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    How many miles on your Toyota 4Runner, Tacoma, Pickup etc?

    I'm at an unimpressive 130K on my 01 Tacoma. They say they're broken in at 100K, seems common to pass 200K w/o major failure.
    What's yours at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    I'm at an unimpressive 130K on my 01 Tacoma. They say they're broken in at 100K, seems common to pass 200K w/o major failure.
    What's yours at?
    I have a 1978 Toyota p/u, 262,000 miles, runs great, my son now drives it. Not gunna win any car shows anytime soon, but you can get in it and drive anywhere ya want.
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    Not a truck, but I treat it like a truck. I have 142,000 miles on y 1999 Camry. Just bought a new tranny for it. Apparently engine breaking on a tranny is a fast way to ruin it

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    Lucky with your older Toyota. Those things were great.

    I bought a 2006 Tacoma and it was the biggest POS I ever owned. Sold mine with 13,000 miles on the ticket and had to spend $1000 in non-warranty repair work by that point.

    Love the 1998-2004 Tacomas though.

    So my answer I suppose is: Crapped out at 13,000 miles.

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    2000 Rav 4 with 212550 klm's
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    Just hit 180,000 on my 99' Toyota Tacoma 3.4L V6 the other day.
    Had over 350,000 on my 89' Totota pickup before i sold it, and from what I hear it is still running! These little trucks run forever.

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    My 00 4runner

    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    I'm at an unimpressive 130K on my 01 Tacoma. They say they're broken in at 100K, seems common to pass 200K w/o major failure.
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    Limited 4x4 has around 113k on it. Ive got a long ways to go

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    350,000! How many years did you have it dirttrack?
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    95,xxx on my 2004 Tacoma Prerunner. For sale too!

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    97 4x4Runner, 6 banger, 5 speed, 164,XXX miles. The 99.5 Jetta tdi 5 speed. is with motor mods is running 249,286 miles as of right now.

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    Original owner since 89'. Sold it in 06'. It was a 4 banger with stick.

    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    350,000! How many years did you have it dirttrack?

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    2001 Tacoma SR5 ExtraCab 4x4
    Just hit 200K Thursday last week.
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    I've had 3 tacoma 4x4's that lasted me over 100k mi each. I wish to hell my evo had their reliability. I've had more repairs on that thing in the first 15k miles than I had with all 3 taco's combined. Of course that happens when you stick thousands into mods, but we can all dream. Toyota reliability is why my wife now drives an 09 sequoia.

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    1993 4runner, 200k miles.
    2007 4runner, 37k miles.

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    2002 RAV 4--58,300 miles. Yeah, I don't drive much, maybe 4000 a year....I bike or walk to work and round town so they're even mostly highway miles!

    At this rate the thing will outlast me!

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    The Cruiser is at about 205k, just a baby! I don't have any photos of it with bikes on, but here's one from last weekend.


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    I had a '97 Tacoma for 10 years and ~167,000 miles. It was good but not great. Had to replace the exhaust manifold, fan clutch, speedo, AC evaporator, heater slider controls, driver's side seat belt four times, plus it had constant rear brake problems (right rear locking up which no one could ever fix), had the perpetual rotten egg smell (Toyota said it was due to ultra sensitivity to fuel quality) and it had either a rod knocking or piston slap when cold.

    My Accord at 6 years and ~122,000 miles is proving to be a far better vehicle. Not one single problem and it gets driven much harder (one can only drive a 4-cylinder truck so hard/fast). It's an automatic so I suspect the tranny will go at some point, but the AT tranny is the last weak point in the modern automobile than even Honda hasn't exactly been able to solve. I hope to sell it before then (I predict a tranny life of ~150,000 - 200,000).

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    My '99 4Runner V6 A/T has 185k and running strong, just wish it got better gas mileage.

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    '89 Toy PU

    Got almost all 2's digits on the odometer on July 21st. '89 pickup on 2nd engine, now it's got hail damage all over from the pounding hailstorm a couple weeks ago. Not sure I can get rid of it even for good money.
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    2000 taco 160,000 basic maintenance and 1 clutch. Zero issues. Previous was 86 Truck with 265,000 miles, it still runs today as a farm truck.
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    we have a 2003 Rav4 with over 120000 miles on it. been to Mexico and back about 3 times. Solid engine but the previous driver_ (my mom) Beat the body to pulp, I wish I had a picture
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tuna
    2000 taco 160,000 basic maintenance and 1 clutch. Zero issues. Previous was 86 Truck with 265,000 miles, it still runs today as a farm truck.
    When did the clutch go? Was it sudden?
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    No it started slipping and got worse, I tow with it everyday a dual axle trailer, its just starting to slip again, so a TRD clutch is going in. 80k towing for both stock clutches I can't complain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tuna
    No it started slipping and got worse, I tow with it everyday a dual axle trailer, its just starting to slip again, so a TRD clutch is going in. 80k towing for both stock clutches I can't complain.
    That's comforting. I borrowed a Porsche 944 from a friend and it ran perfect, until a single shift when the clutch failed entirely. I could get it into 2nd and 5th gear but no others. Happened with NO warning.
    I just did the O2 sensors at home on my Tacoma, 130k miles.
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