Toyota Pickup Truck
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  • During the years, through snow, sleet, sunshine and rain, I was rarely disappointed
  • So if on were to want a vehicle that can't be beat in the snow, and will turn over during times of heat and cold, consider Toyota

    • by Suns 70
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      From 1982 through 2000, I drove Toyota pickup trucks. During the years, through snow, sleet, sunshine and rain, I was rarely disappointed.

      I had a 1982 4×2 from 1992 to 1996.

      I graduated to a 1985 4×4 in 1996 and


      drove that truck until February 1997.

      That was during an unfortunate incicent that I was rearended in an ice storm else I would have driven that vehicle for years.

      I followed that with another ‘85 4×4.

      Through almost nine years,


      • I only experienced poor luck with those problems typical with age: altenator, batteries, tires, brakes, a fuel pump here and there.

        The trucks were extremely reliable both on-road and off.

        The comfort was a little to be desired, but, again,

        the reliability factor made a huge difference for me.

        Two of the trucks exceeded 200,000 miles.

        So if on were to want a vehicle that can’t be beat in the snow, and will turn over during times of heat and cold, consider Toyota.




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