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07-06-2013 11:38 AM
1jeeplvr This is what I was looking at.
Used 2010 Toyota Tacoma Prerunner For Sale in Schenectady NY | Serving Albany
07-06-2013 11:28 AM
1jeeplvr
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Originally Posted by Boxerdad View Post
Yes boring!!

Seats suck too small inside

Traded my 2012 in on my 2013 unlimited
Love it!!
What would make a pick up not boring? After all,its a truck.
07-06-2013 11:27 AM
1jeeplvr
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Originally Posted by bc3_Jeep View Post
I have had a 93 since new..... most capable vehicle I have EVER owned..... INCLUDING most of my Jeeps.(not my CJ5 but it was built like a tank)

I still have it, over 200K miles, clutches, tires, and brake parts only things replaced.... I could NEVER be able to say that about a Jeep product....NONE of them.....
Good to hear.I had a Nissan hardbody p/u & it was a fabulous vehicle.
07-06-2013 12:50 AM
bc3_Jeep I have had a 93 since new..... most capable vehicle I have EVER owned..... INCLUDING most of my Jeeps.(not my CJ5 but it was built like a tank)

I still have it, over 200K miles, clutches, tires, and brake parts only things replaced.... I could NEVER be able to say that about a Jeep product....NONE of them.....
07-05-2013 09:01 PM
Boxerdad Yes boring!!

Seats suck too small inside

Traded my 2012 in on my 2013 unlimited
Love it!!
07-05-2013 08:42 PM
coelement777 They are good solid, reliable trucks just very boring to drive. I had a 2003, my dad had a 2006 and currently drives a 2012. My 2003 with the TRD off road package was very capable off road, though obviously not as nimble as a jeep. If i needed a pickup truck that is the only one i would consider. I made the mistake of buying a 2008 chevy colorado a few months before i got the tacoma. Whatever you do, dont buy one of those. biggest financial mistake of my life
edit- backseat is tiny in any that are 2004 or earlier. It was a huge pain putting a car seat in it when i was watching my 6 month old niece.
07-05-2013 07:21 PM
Beastmaster Well, I'm not trying to be mean but I think you'll get a lot of off the wall comments since this, after all a Jeep forum.

Maybe check out these places:
Toyota Tacoma Forum - Toyota Truck Fans
Toyota Tacoma Forums - Tacoma World
Toyota Tacoma Forum - Discuss Toyota Tacomas and other Toyota Truck on the Forums
07-05-2013 07:19 PM
Senior Chief Toyota makes appliances. The don't break, but they don't have a lot of things to stir the soul...
07-05-2013 06:55 PM
jkmohican Yeah if I was going with a truck that's the one I would go with. Very cool to mod too.
07-05-2013 06:44 PM
1jeeplvr
Toyota Tacoma,good/bad?

Are they decent.I was just looking at a 2010,off road package 50k & it was 21K.My wife thinks Im nuts.Ive got 4 vehicles now,BUT I dont have a truck lol

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