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    Anyone Have a Toyota Truck or SUV?

    I'm in the market (or about to be shortly) for a new ride.

    I'm really liking the Tundra Crew Max or the 4Runner. Maybe a Highlander?

    I've never owned a Toyota. Anyone have one that would care to comment good or bad?

    I've also thought about a Chevy Tahoe, but they seem a bit over priced to me. Plus, they are tanks. :laugh:

    Been running Toyota's for 20 years now wouldn't buy anything else. At the moment I have a Hilux 4ltr V6 utility an awsome car, drives like a sports car.
    Mark Balsom

    If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.


      Errmmm, what the hell is a Hilux?? :laugh:

      Ahh, sort of like a Tundra with a different front end. Pretty sweet.

      The Fortuner looks sweet.

      I really want a Sequoia, but no way I'm paying that much for a car.


        I have a 1992 Ford Explorer Manual Transmission with 280k on it...and when I was in HS I did not play nicely with it, it has been abused and worked and is still about to hit the 300k mark and 20 year mark...


          You need a new car just for age alone! :laugh:

          I feel bad now, my car has great mileage, but it's old and I need a change. It's a 1997 Jetta and only has 125,000 on it.
          I need a bigger car. I'm tired of borrowing a friends truck to go pick up a 2X4. :laugh:


            Originally posted by dzatto View Post
            ...I'm tired of borrowing a friends truck to go pick up a 2X4. :laugh:

            Ah, but now, everyone will be wanting to borrow *your* truck! :laugh:

            I've had a few Toyota (cars, though; 2 Tercels and a Camry) and I'm drooling over the Highlander Hybrid. But, I'm gonna need something that can tow a boat. Lucky for me, my next vehicle purchase is still a couple of years out and maybe the gas mileage on those "boats" will be better than today. :thumbsup:
            Leanne Zaras, CDT, LEED AP
            AutoCAD 2010 Certified Professional / Revit Architecture 2012 Certified Professional / Revit Structure 2015 Certified Professional
            ACAD2021, RST2014-2021 / Windows 10, 64-bit


              I don't have any problems saying NO! :laugh:

              The Hybrid gets 28 MPG now. That's awesome for an SUV, even if it is a smaller one. But hybrids are more $$. So you pay for it either way.

              I'm really liking the 4Runner. I remember them being more utility with no frills at all. Now they are pretty damn nice. And they look cool. Big and beefy. :laugh:

              HA, I just noticed I'm still after you in the alphabet! Gotta love last names that start with Z. I could be five minutes late to class and the teacher still wouldn't be to my name yet for roll call. :thumbsup:


                My wife drives a 06 Sequoia. Great vehicle!!! Plenty of power, poor gas milage though. Lots of room for my kids and their friends.
                -Alex Cunningham


                  All German here.

                  SUV is a VW Toureag, built on the same line with its pricier and faster cousin the Porsche Cayenne.

                  Love the Toureag. Just drove it to Chicago and back--like a charm. Great in snow and ice, too.

                  (Hard to spell either of those names!)
                  Cliff B. Collins
                  Registered Architect
                  The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
                  Autodesk Expert Elite


                    The Tundras are great trucks. If you pick up a used first MY of the new design, make sure the tailgate has been fixed. A bunch of guys here have them, theyre fantastic trucks. A little lacking in personality, but theyve got the quality to make up for it.
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