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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.
    Oldest daughter doesn't ride.

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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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    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.
    What's yours at?
    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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    2000 V6 Xtracab Tacoma 4x4 with S/C. Just hit 74K miles. Figure I can drive it for another 20 years at this rate. : )

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    The busted speedo needle rules

    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn-Rider
    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.
    You musta been dropped form a C130 nose down into a quarter pipe ramp to peg it, tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    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.
    ... broke the pressure plate leaf springs or the throwout bearing/lever assembly. Same thing happened to my wife's Avant, but it was still drivable. The clutch just wouldn't quite release all the way, making it hard to shift into gear. We drove it like that way too long, and kinda wore out the manual tranny syncros. We got the clutch fixed, but the tranny is still funky... but not so bad I wanna drop $1k into installing a used junk yard tranny (or $3500 on a new one).

    The factory dual mass flywheels are not resurfaceable, and was trashed. A new dual mass flywheel was like $800 by itself, so we went with an aftermarket lightweight streetracerboy single mass flywheel for 1/3 the price. Now, her mom-mobile kid hauler is quite snappy off the line. I think I'm gonna chip it and add 40 hp... slap some rimz on it, lower it.

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    Recently picked up a 2005 V8 4x4 4Runner with 65,000 miles on it....runs like new and should keep trucking for many years. Nothing in the mid-size SUV class was as tempting, though I did look at the Land Cruiser (too heavy and clumsy) and the FJ (crazy doors did it in).

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    2007 FJ with 63k, nothing but put gas in and change the oil.

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    2001 Tacoma Doublecab. About 120k miles. Zero problems.

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    2002 Seqouia Limited - 263,598 miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpharris
    2002 Seqouia Limited - 263,598 miles
    Winner winner chicken dinner! Was it Limited 200,000 miles ago?
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    My 2003 Tundra has 101,000 and my 2001 Camry has 150,000 on it. A few problems with the Camry. Only one bad sensor with the Tundra.

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    I just sold a Previa with 260 000 km (161 000 miles). The cool part was that some of the prospective buyers came with Previa that were over 500 000 km (310 000 miles).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWDW
    The cool part was that some of the prospective buyers came with Previa that were over 500 000 km (310 000 miles).
    They have a following. Usually the people are quite unique.

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    My best friend has an 05 4runner thats up to 105k or so with no issues except a broken rear seatbelt.

    My wife's friend sold a 95 4runner last year that had over 300 on it. She got it new as a high school graduation present and drove it back and forth to school in california dozens of times.

    Wife's 09 corolla is up to 54k now. Not a single issue. Sucks to be almost out of the powertrain warranty after only 2 and half years though. Crossing my fingers.

    Wife's half sister has a 98 4runner with about 200 on it. Nothing bad on that one either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 92gli
    They have a following. Usually the people are quite unique.
    Yes, my wife was referring to the Saturday I was showing it as the "freak show," as we had several unique individuals come to the house all driving other Previas.

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    not a truck, but it gets me where i need to go. i have a 2004 corolla (manual) - 169k miles - nothing big happened to it except 1 clutch replacement from commuting in NYC for 4 years straight. unfortunately, yes i had to drive in and thru NYC regularly.

    here it is a few years back with my old longboard. it now has a few more stickers and a lot more dirt on it. come to think of it, i'm not sure if i have washed it since this picture was taken...

    i spurt in the wind, and the wind drug it

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    My 01 w/ 156k miles and going strong


    Having a bedrack build out of tubing to use my Thule roof rack off the Durango so the bikes don't take up all the bed space.
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    My friend has a 99 4Runner with 260k miles... no problems and ORIGINAL brakes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kntr
    My friend has a 99 4Runner with 260k miles... no problems and ORIGINAL brakes!!

    do you mean the pads or just the rotors?
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    toyotas are now trash. i can't imagine why someone would buy them.

    i had a 1983 FJ60 land cruiser that made it to 320k before i sold it. all that broke was the radiator and power steering pump. i replaced it with a 1997 FZJ 80 (40th anniv version) that has about 300k miles (odometer broken) and the only things that broke were the rear passenger window, stereo, and AC compressor.

    i recently bought a 2007 FJ cruiser that grenaded a transmission, transfer case, went through 3 windshields, broke the wiper motors, and the paint was peeling off of the roof at 50k miles. i actually bought the FJ cruiser because i was worried that the 80 series was getting too old to be reliable. sold the POS and am back to driving my old land cruiser.

    won't ever buy another toyota again, but love the one i have.
    how durable a bike or component is usually has a lot to do with how heavy and ugly it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eat_dirt
    toyotas are now trash. i can't imagine why someone would buy them.

    i had a 1983 FJ60 land cruiser that made it to 320k before i sold it. all that broke was the radiator and power steering pump. i replaced it with a 1997 FZJ 80 (40th anniv version) that has about 300k miles (odometer broken) and the only things that broke were the rear passenger window, stereo, and AC compressor.

    i recently bought a 2007 FJ cruiser that grenaded a transmission, transfer case, went through 3 windshields, broke the wiper motors, and the paint was peeling off of the roof at 50k miles. i actually bought the FJ cruiser because i was worried that the 80 series was getting too old to be reliable. sold the POS and am back to driving my old land cruiser.

    won't ever buy another toyota again, but love the one i have.
    I might be in the same boat as you after selling the Previa to get a Sienna. So many of my friends were big Toyota fans and have been super disappointed with recent purchases - especially the newer Tacomas.

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    I agree that the Tacomas now are plasticized junk. 2001 seemed to be the last good Tacoma.
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    '99 Camery has 221,000 and runs great. Our 2005 Corrola has 135,000 and runs great as well. Concerned about the new Toyotas though. Maybe since they got involved with NASCAR the quality went down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    I agree that the Tacomas now are plasticized junk. 2001 seemed to be the last good Tacoma.

    no, 2004( end of second gen) was when the last good tacomas came out
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    Not a truck....but pretty neat.
    1994 Camry coupe! How many 2-doors do you see around? Better, how many 2-dr's with 312,000 miles, and a Yeti on the back?

    With our '83 FJ60
    Maintain internal heights.

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    Just broke 50,000 miles on my 04 Tacoma. Not too many places to drive on an island. Most of those miles were put on when I lived in Vegas for a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    do you mean the pads or just the rotors?
    Both. Most of his driving is hwy and its a 5spd.

    My dad has a 87 LandCruiser with 250k and it has been beat to death. He had 33" tires on it most of the time, so the miles are way off. The actual mileage is close to 280k-290k. I bet 60% of its miles were on dirt roads. He lives in the mountains. The thing is rusting and the paint is so oxidized its crazy. The thing just keeps going. He has had to rebuild the transfer case because it was slipping out of 4wd. He leaves the hubs turned almost all the time... "just in case".

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    Not a Toyota, but I have a 2000 Dodge Dakota with 184,000 miles and still going strong. Only thing I've replaced on it was the water pump. Nothing else has been touched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrm
    Limited 4x4 has around 113k on it. Ive got a long ways to go
    b/c o had one
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    I agree that the Tacomas now are plasticized junk. 2001 seemed to be the last good Tacoma.


    Got a 2003 Tacoma with 150,000 miles on it, only thing i've had to do is change fluids and the front brake pads.
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    200,000 on my 1990 2wd single cab when I gave it to my father in law.

    227,000 on my 1990 V6 4wd ex cab when I sold it.

    196,000 on my 1986 4runner when I sold it.

    I just put a new motor in my 1992 4cyl 2wd ex cab at 146,000.

    I love the 90's Toyota trucks.

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    current 97 4runner just rolled over 222,000. Changed to kyb shocks and struts along w/ 99 springs for added lift. Other than that idles perfect and no issues as of yet


    old one was a 98 I gave to my nephew for college. It now has 180k miles original front brake pads. Timing belt done at 90k miles and tranny flush at 150k. Other than routine stuff I had the starter rebuilt because of the connectors wearing down. ZERO issues since new.
    These are great daily drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRKNSPOKE


    Got a 2003 Tacoma with 150,000 miles on it, only thing i've had to do is change fluids and the front brake pads.
    Sorry Brknspoke, I stood corrected. It was 2004 that was the last year of the 2nd generation.
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    ^^Loving the 4Runners! They look great.^^

    I'm looking for the first ones w/ the removable tops. Too bad they're hard to find.

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    88FJ62 just turned 290k, have the engine going through an overhaul now.

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    broke 28k!

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    ^^^Come back in 20 years huh?!
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    if it lasts 20 years! lol
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    2002 4Runner..only 115k

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    My 1989 Toyota SR5 ExtraCab V6 had 278k before I finally sold it. Everything worked too. I did the timing belts, radiator and TPS switch and it still PASSED CA smog with like-new emissions numbers! It was a great truck that started up instantly every time. Mileage and power however...is another story, though :







    It has since been replaced with this 300hp twin-turbo beast;



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    ^Nice replacement! My next vehicle in about 10 years will hopefully be a hybrid AWD Subaru.
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    2010 4Runner Limited. Just picked it up this past Monday and have about 900 on it so far!
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    I always wondered why they're called "Limited". Sounds so limited...why not 4Runner Unlimited?
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    218000, 96 4banger, 2wd 4runner,

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    Had a 85 SR5, sold it with around 205,000 miles on it.


    89 pickup. Threw a rod around 145,000 miles. To be fair the previous owner had driven it a lot with coolant in the oil (timing chain guides gone, cover cracked). I fixed it and beat on it for about 2 years before the rod bearing went, then drove it home basically wide open for about 11 miles.


    My mom currently drives a 2005 Tacoma SR5, I believe it's right around 107,000 miles on it now. So far it's only had fluid changes, tires, and front brake pads. Oh, and a rear bumper under warranty, the original chrome had rust spots all over it within a few days of purchase (it was salty road winter time)
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    110,000 on my 2003 Double Cab 4WD. Its an awesome truck especially since it will be paid off in 2 months.
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    2001 4Runner SR5 just rolled over to 180K.
    After a summer of towing WAY more than I knew I should I did have the planetary gears replaced (minor tranny rebuild) for $1500. Other than that, preventive maintenance (u-joints, real axle seals) and tune ups only. I think rear shocks are in order and I should think about the timing belt, thermostat and s-belt...before they go.

    It's been an incredible investment - best vehicle I have ever owned.

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    Hunrugger, you're right on time for new timing chain and valve adjustment. I made the mistake of following Chiltons which stated 75k, turned out to be Toyota's original estimate in 1996 when the 3.4L was new, they later upped it to 90K.
    Also add to your list the radiator hoses if you're doing the belts. I did all mine at 120K and everyone seemed to agree that was pushing it for belts and hoses.
    Also do the O2 sensors if you haven't. They slowly degrade and should be done at around 120K for the Toyotas. You'll see an improvement in fuel economy if they've never been done. Got mine at urdusa.com, you can get the OEM ones for cheap there. Both came to $250 rather than over $500 at Kragen or Autozone etc.
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    220k on a 98 Toyota tacoma. Zero issues, almost zero maintenance.
    I just cant seem to kill it.

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    I have a 1993 Landcruiser with 298,000 on original tranny and engine. Drove it to Minnesota and back from Colorado this summer with the cold AC blowing the entire way. Love that truck! Can't decide what the next vehicle will be. I am totally spoiled (with the exception of the gas mileage of 11-14).

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    how does the nissan xterra ride on pavement? is it noisy? i heard they are great off road but i would be doing alot of on road driving, city streets, and also trying to get more into weekend trips that will take me on off road excursions.

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    Noise is going to be primarily determined by the tires you run. Mud tire = loud, AT = less loud, All-Purpose LT/SUV tire = less, Passenger tires = least. The openness of the tread is where a good portion of the noise will come from. Generally, AT (all-terrain) are reliable enough for the majority of off-roading, unless you get into aggressive rock or mud driving.

    While the power of the 4.3 would be enticing, I'd go with the Xterra for reliability. If used is an option Gen 3 or 4 4Runner would be my personal choice though.

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    Just Clicked over 240k on my 87 4runner. It's going in for a rebuild this summer since I beat the living piss out of it on a weekly basis. Last summer, right after purching it, I drove to Yellowstone and back. (2k miles) with a seized waterpump, failing t-stat, loose timing chain, broken guides, worn clutch, and 3 bad main bearings. Thank god it's a toyota, otherwise I would have been stuck in Wyoming with a blown motor. Simple refresh and it's been doing great for the past 15k, damn wrist pin is on it's way out though. Thus the need for a rebuild.

    Can't go wrong with a toyota. Unless its the 3.0 V6. (that's crap)

    To the OP, what motor do you have? The 2.7 and 3.4 are both great motors and can easily get over 250k with normal maintenance. The 2.7 has a lifetime timing chain too...

    I might just throw a 3rz in my 4runner this summer instead of the rebuild. "need more powa"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunrugger
    Noise is going to be primarily determined by the tires you run. Mud tire = loud, AT = less loud, All-Purpose LT/SUV tire = less, Passenger tires = least. The openness of the tread is where a good portion of the noise will come from. Generally, AT (all-terrain) are reliable enough for the majority of off-roading, unless you get into aggressive rock or mud driving.

    While the power of the 4.3 would be enticing, I'd go with the Xterra for reliability. If used is an option Gen 3 or 4 4Runner would be my personal choice though.
    yea i would be going used but the 4runner is an 8 cylinder right? i don't think i need an 8 compared to the xterra 6 and slightly better gas mileage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwheelin
    yea i would be going used but the 4runner is an 8 cylinder right? i don't think i need an 8 compared to the xterra 6 and slightly better gas mileage.
    3rd gen 4Runner has a 3.4l V6. Looking at ~95-2001 model years, IIRC. I'm not sure when it went to a V8; 4th gen might still have had the V6 (current is 5th gen, I think). I have a thing for the earlier trucks, and sort of stopped paying attention after the late '90s models.

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    Replacing O2 sensors

    i have 00' with 116k on it. although it was perfectly maintained by the original owner i know things are going to need to be replaced. So can i replace the o2 sensors on my own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrm
    i have 00' with 116k on it. although it was perfectly maintained by the original owner i know things are going to need to be replaced. So can i replace the o2 sensors on my own?
    Absolutely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwheelin
    yea i would be going used but the 4runner is an 8 cylinder right? i don't think i need an 8 compared to the xterra 6 and slightly better gas mileage.
    3rd Gens (see my pic) are 3.4L V-6 or 2.7 inline 4 (might not be in the US) and the 3.0 turbodiesel - def not in the US
    4th Gens are available with 4.0 V-6 or 4.7 V-8


    2010-Present is 5th Gen - personally not a fan of this oversized runner. 4.0L V-6 and there is supposed to be a 2.7 inline 4 for the 2WD version of the 2010 and on - not sure on the status of that.

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    i'm leaning towards an xterra.

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    Great..

    According to the article i havent had any of the symptoms yet. But its good to know that i can do it. I wonder how much more complicated the job is on a 4WD with dual cats?. Going to get it smogged tonite if all works out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaTyme
    To the OP, what motor do you have? The 2.7 and 3.4 are both great motors and can easily get over 250k with normal maintenance. The 2.7 has a lifetime timing chain too...
    The 3.4L in my 01 Taco.

    Didn't read the article on O2 sensors yet and what the "symptoms" were. I had my check engine light (CEL) come on at 120K and just guessed it was one of the sensors degrading. Turned out to be a good guess. Gas mileage improved about 1-2mpg and the CEL hasn't come back on.

    BTW, if anyone is looking at suspension upgrades, I highly recommend Icon Vehicle Dynamics. I've had Icons on for 80K miles now and they're awesome. Just sent them in for a full rebuild, new shafts, new coils, total came to just under $250. Great customer service too.
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    I've got a 2004 2.7L Taco with almost 40k on it. Haha. I'd say it's got a long way to go.

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    My 2003 Corolla just passed 255K and runs perfect. 4 cyl 5 speed still has original clutch and brakes. Only big ticket in 8 years was a pin hole leak in the radiator which I replaced for $500, including new hoses. I put a new battery and headlamp bulbs in several years back, and she's been through several sets of tires, but this little car is a tank. With racks and bikes on top she still gets 35 MPG. A great car.

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    I sold a 1998 Toyota Tacoma Extended Cab Prerunner 4cyl last year that had 145,000 miles on it for 6,000.00, which in in 1998 I paid 13,000 for it. I bought a used 2008 Toyota Tacoma Prerunner Double Cab 6cyl. for an obscene amount of money and it currently has 33,000 miles on it.
    I must say I will never own anything but a Tacoma. I love these trucks.

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    My other Toyota truck '03 / 4 door 4WD 78K miles
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric1115
    3rd gen 4Runner has a 3.4l V6. Looking at ~95-2001 model years, IIRC. I'm not sure when it went to a V8; 4th gen might still have had the V6 (current is 5th gen, I think).
    Almost.

    2nd gen: 1990 and went up to 95
    3rd gen: 96-2002
    4th gen: 2003-2009
    5th gen. present

    2nd gen is available in the US with 3.0L V6 and 2.4L inline 4
    3rd gen is available in the US with 3.4L V6 and 2.7L inline 4
    4th gen is available in the US with 4.0LV6 and 4.7L V8

    My 4th gen 4wd with V6 gets 19.9 mpg combined over the last year.

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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?
    Mine (`86 4x4 pickup, 22R motor) blew a head gasket @ ~160K. Needed to new motor @ ~190K. Manual transmission toast @ ~220K.

    Not bad, but not as good as what I was expecting. Of course, it led a pretty hard life for the last 100K as a true mountain work truck that saw steep rough dirt roads on a near daily basis. It saw a bit of off-road work (not play) as well.
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    My 96 4Runner 4x4 v6 5 speed has got 265,000 miles and has been through 1 clutch @180k and im on my 4th alternator in the last 30k (they dont like water). Currently on 1" lift bilstein struts and matching 5100's in the back. All sorts of dents in the bumpers from getting in fights with rocks.

    The truck had an accident before I got it so the back hatch and passenger side rear panel were repaired and the "professional" that painted it did a terrible job with the clear coat so the hatch is peeling and the rear panel has no gloss.

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    1997 Toyota 4Runner with 225,000 miles on it. Ran great. The only thing I ever replaced on it, other than wearables, was the starter. That's it. Just got totalled the night before Thanksgiving in a head on wreck. Guy just came on over into my sons lane and nailed him. He is fine and the 4Runer crushed this little truck like a can, but we weren't able to bring it back to life. Poor 4Runner. RIP my friend. There were some good times in that bad boy!

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    '86 4Runner with 275k miles. It's lifted, e-locked, 33's, 4.88's and mostly armored. Bought it with 234k, best vehicle I've ever owned.
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    looks damn good for almost 300k.

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    Buddy of mine in AZ has a 88 pickup 22re, 4x4, 5-speed thats got 455k and is just now starting to show signs of needing a rebuild.

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    I have a 1996 Toyota Tacoma 2wheel drive extra cab. I bought the truck with 8500 miles on it. I have kept the fluids changed 3k for oil and 60k for the auto tranny. I just hit 512k miles. Its not the preetiest thing on the road but it starts everytime. Its the orginal motor and trans, only replaced the starter and alternator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon5132
    I have a 1996 Toyota Tacoma 2wheel drive extra cab. I bought the truck with 8500 miles on it. I have kept the fluids changed 3k for oil and 60k for the auto tranny. I just hit 512k miles. Its not the preetiest thing on the road but it starts everytime. Its the orginal motor and trans, only replaced the starter and alternator.

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    No clutch change? I've been meaning to ask everyone when the clutch went out on your Yoda. My 01 is at 130K and I'm wondering how much more time I should expect.
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    And btw, 500Kish is impressive. That's a lifetime investment for me at my current average of 10K/year!
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    I'll be curious to see how the '05+ Tacomas hold up over time. I just sold my '09 and it was on it's second transmission and had all kinds of rattles, squeaks and electrical demons at just 29,000 miles. My '00 4 cyl, 4wd 5 speed had 100K and was going strong, but being a single cab, there was no room for a growing family. I miss the simplicity of that truck every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuxdiesel
    I'll be curious to see how the '05+ Tacomas hold up over time. I miss the simplicity of that truck every day.
    Yup, to keep with the times Toyota had to slowly kill one of the greatest vehicles ever. They de-evolutionized an Abrams tank into a piece of Ikea plastic, because the Ikea plastic is easier to manufacture, lighter, more fuel efficient, and more modernly aesthetic.

    Furthermore, the more crap in a vehicle today the more that can go wrong. GPS, backup cameras, bizarre convertible contraptions, power antennas, power sun roof, etc. Of course when something does go wrong it's impossible to fix at home. Try replacing the power antenna motor on a mercedes! Do you think the manufacturer made it difficult for a reason?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    No clutch change?
    I think his is an auto tranny.
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    My old 84 had 456k on it. original motor, new top end. (head, valves, etc) There wasn't much sheet metal left, she had cancer pretty bad. She is now doing duty as a hacked up rock crawler for her new owner. My 01 taco had 139k when i traded it in. just routine maintenance. Just got rid of my 06 tundra with 76k on the clock. Now the proud new owner of a 2010 taco sport!. Love the Yotas

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    My old 84 had 456k on it. original motor, new top end. (head, valves, etc) There wasn't much sheet metal left, she had cancer pretty bad. She is now doing duty as a hacked up rock crawler for her new owner. My 01 taco had 139k when i traded it in. just routine maintenance. Just got rid of my 06 tundra with 76k on the clock. Now the proud new owner of a 2010 taco sport!. Love the Yotas

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    My 2000 is just shy of 130k, as a side note, I also have a 98 jeep cherokee that is at 191k and still going strong.



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    Here's my very recently acquired '04 4Runner Sport Edition. It's got 95K on it. It's not gonna be a daily driver for me so the way I see it, why not get the V8 and 4WD? So far I love it! BTW, the hitch rack is a Thule T2 and the roof rack (sort of visible) is a Sportworks tray used previously that's more or less the predecessor to the Thule T2.
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    my 2002 4runner

    2002 4runner it has 148,000 miles on it.
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    Have an 08 Tacoma 4 dr TRD with 118,000 and running fine. Has been cross country towing a camper many times (UT, CO, WY, OR). Only issue one rear axle bearing, $400 to fix. Other than that gas oil and tires!
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    233k on my 95 V6 Tacoma. Bought it in 2002 with 56k on it.

    Just replaced the starter contacts, radiator (cracked), and clutch. Only reason I did the clutch was at some point the previous owner had it done and whoever did it machined the step in the flywheel wrong so it was slipping. It has been flawless otherwise.

    Also has King CO's, custom Deaver springs, and a manual hub swap.

    Won't ever sell it...


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    My 89' SR5 ExtraCab V6 blew like-new smog numbers, before it was totaled by a girl texting on her phone:



    I was shooting for 500k, after six timing belts, new radiator, 15 brake jobs. Truck still had ice-cold, R22 A/C. The only thing that killed me was the 15mpg city mileage and terrible hillclimbing ability, even with two bikes/riders onboard. Being an auto - I guess I cannot complain:





    Off to Tour of California, 2010 and Sea Otter:



    She has since been replaced with something with AWD, four ride height settings, better mileage, with twin-turbo hillclimbing assist.... 330hp trail rocket:



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    2002 4runner SR5 sport edition 4WD 160k miles. Only issue i had was a leaky rear axle seal that i replaced.

    Did some other things like the transmission cooler reroute. Freaked myself out reading the horror stories on yotatech so i decied to order a dedicated transmission cooler and bypass the crappy radiator method. no possible way i can get strawberry milkshake horror.

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    I got a 2006 4Runner with 237,000 miles, it still runs great. I would love to get another 200,000 out of it. I drive a lot for work so that will only be another 5 years.
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    '97 80 Series Landcruiser's got 210k. 76' 55 series Landcruiser has rolled over on the odometer (only goes to (99k) so many times who knows what its got, but if it doesn't rust itself to death I'm going to keep that forever too.

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    I have a silly question for yall. I've been wanting a late 90s 4Runner or Taco for forever, but have never gotten close to one figureing I'm too big to be comforable in one (I take a lot of road trips). I'm 6'1 with an average build. Yall think I'd be okay in one? I sure do like how thy look and their reputation for pure awesomness. Guess I should find one to test drive and find out for myself lol.

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    1997 Tacoma 4x4 (2.7L 3rzfe engine) with 209K. Recently did a compression check and it made 175 psi across every cylinder. So I will probably get another 100K out of it before a rebuild. I also recently drove from NC to NM (about 1550 miles). Drove about 80mph with a full load and the truck did great, even with the temps in TX and OK being in the 100's.
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    I have a silly question for yall. I've been wanting a late 90s 4Runner or Taco for forever, but have never gotten close to one figureing I'm too big to be comforable in one (I take a lot of road trips). I'm 6'1 with an average build. Yall think I'd be okay in one? I sure do like how thy look and their reputation for pure awesomness. Guess I should find one to test drive and find out for myself lol.
    Dude, you are short. I'm a big 6'3" and fine in a 1996 4Runner. Do it.

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    My 1988 4runner with a 22re was sold with 460,000 on it, never had issues with it, did regular maintanence on it and offroaded it weekly.






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    My 03 Toyota Sequoia had little over 130,000 miles (210,000 km) when I sold it in February this year. It was still running like brand new, getting around 570km per full tank (600km per tank on the paper, but it was more like 580km when brand new). The only thing that didn't work was rear trunk door handle - it got frozen in -40C winter after washing and the hatch inside broke off when I tried to force it open.
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    My 2010 Tacoma has 47k miles.

    My uncle has a 1996 Tacoma with 270k and a 2010 Tacoma with 30k.

    I work with someone who has 410k on their '08 Tacoma and know someone with over 300k on their '09. When I bought my truck the salesman told me he used to work in the service department for 4 years and in that time saw 12 Tacomas with more than 400k and 1 with over 750k miles and all were just in for routine maintenance when he worked on them and they all were still going strong!

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    150K on our 2001 Tacoma pre-runner. Hauls bikes, stuff, and the dog
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    Had a 96 2wd taco with 283,000, then went to a 94 2wd pre taco which was made in Japan with the 22re and looks like it's 5 years old. Odometer stopped at 150000, thinking it's the instrument cluster.
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    Had a transfer case leak at 120,000 mi. Needed a tiny seal replaced, dealership wanted $1,600. Got the help of a Toyota tech to do it at home. Otherwise it's been perfect, with just scheduled maintenance.

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    1998 Pathfinder. Well over 425,000 km.

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    2001 4Runner: 138,000 miles. Still very young mileage wise.

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    2003 taco T(u)RD. 198000 miles. I'm flabbergasted every time I check the dipstick and see that after 5 years it still hasn't burned a drop of oil (yes I still change it annually). When it comes time to sell there is a good chance I'll get back what I paid for it...

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    2010 4Runner Limited. Just picked it up this past Monday and have about 900 on it so far!
    Managed to put 146,000 on the limited in 4 years. Still looked and drove like new when I traded it in yesterday for a TRD Pro.
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    329k miles on my '91 truck. 4cyl, orig motor but has gone through a few transmissions. Not its fault though...falling asleep at the wheel and driving off the road into a marsh at 55mph does bad things to a tranny.

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    2007 Tacoma Pre-Runner - 168k miles and no major repairs. Only thing I would consider outside of normal maintenance is replacing the rear universal joint.

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    '95 4Runner SR5, only 103k mi on it. The previous owner didn't put many miles on it at all.

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    Not me personally, but my parent's runner has 200k+ miles on it, '00 IIRC. I drove it last time they brought it up to visit and it's shockingly good. No rattles, clutch is perfect, no weird electrical issues. My parents aren't car people either, they just take it to a local shop for scheduled maintenance.

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    T100 1992. 188k mi

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    2003 4Runner 205k and going strong.

    2004 4Runner sport 175K.

    Both are running strong without any major issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble View Post
    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?
    95 4x4 had 156000 before stolen adn ran very strong.
    01 tacoma trd 4x4... 236k when i sold it. only big replacement outside of shocks and tires was the O2 sensor and after that it was running as strong as new.

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    Bought it new in '05, 140,000 not so easy miles. No problems here and it hauls plenty of bikes and people to any trail.

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    I sold my 2000 4runner a year ago and it had 246k on it. I miss it still

    It worked pretty good with the hitch mount rack. was a bit over kill. the big reason I got rid of it was it had a pretty solid bottom end knock under a heavy load. still, I loved that truck.

    since ive replaced it with a 1998 chevy express. (race moto endures & harescrambles). while I love the room the van affords I miss the 4runner.

    I always got about 20mpg with it, it was the 3.4 manual transmission 4x4 sr5. im looking to replace my camry with a 4runner or Tacoma but I want the 3.4 back. my wife has a 2004 4runner and im not very impressed with it compared to my tacomas (had 2 of them) and my 4runner.

    I replaced the tranny on the 4runner @ about 210k. did the clutch at the same time. did struts and shocks when I bought it also. ended up putting Gabriel air shocks on back so I could put my dirt bike on a hitch mounted rail and not smash the rear suspension. only on going problem I had was a very slow leak from the transfer case input seal.

    love the 96-2002 era trucks. build so well and even with high milage they hold together so well.

    my 1st tacome (1997 2.7 manual extended cab 4x4) had 212k on it when I sold it for a 2001 prerunner (sr5 3.4 auto extended cab auto tranny). bought it with 80k on it and sold it with 134k when we had out daughter. I traded it for the 2000 4runner and the dealership gave me a check for $2000.

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    Schit man... What other car is worth real money with 200k miles.
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    Schit man... What other car is worth real money with 200k miles.
    Anything Japanese quality.
    In January my Acura with 160k went for $6500. My 4Runner with 365k went for 4k.

    Miss that truck :,(

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    Just did a 3300 mile road trip in my '99 4runner.

    I did the clutch when I bought it at 273k, now it's at 283k. The 2.7 moves anything with torque, but it certainly doesn't so it fast. I'm waiting for the frame to rot.

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    broke 28k!

    Almost 5 years later... 112k miles and climbing!
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    My '03 Tundra SR5 has 122,XXX only issue it has/had is a parasitic draw on the battery.

    My old '97 4-Runner SR5 has 17X,XXX. Only major issue it had was the usual leaky rear end. My father still drives it. I kind of miss it, only reason I got the Tundra was I need the bed space and towing capacity.

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    I've got a 1991 FJ80 with 183k miles so far, it's just getting broken in.

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    A few years ago I sold my 99 Tacoma with 278K miles, ran great, I wanted a 4 wheel drive.
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    Sold my 2000 Tacoma 4x4 with 169,000 and bought a 2012 4Runner 4x4 with 41,000. I'm glad the Tacoma held it's value so well because it really helped pay for the 4Runner.

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    Holden (Isuzu) Rodeo 2.8 Turbo Diesel - 220000m (350000km)...It is not uncommon for these to reach 500000+ Miles, so she's got plenty of life yet





    Planning a 4 Month 15000 mile trip around Australia in 18 months Complete with 4 bikes on the back...Not on the rack pictured though

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    247k on my 88 4runner and counting although I have not put many of those on it myself! Great thing is when the engine blows up I can drop in a new one and still have less invested in it than a carbon stumpjumper!
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    1996 4runner, currently at 360k miles. It's starting to feel old but still a great vehicle. I have to drive it till at least 378k miles, that's what was on our tiny Toyota Echo car when we traded it in...the beastly 4runner can't be beat by an econo-car.
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    200k-ish on my 2004 Tacoma Prerunner V6. Well, my name is on the title but I gave to my daughter on her 16th birthday. She wanted that thing bad.

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    New CV boots at 140k and again at 204k. Leaking transfer case o-ring at 105k. Nothing else out side of unscheduled maintenance. It's even on the original shocks, which while not perfect are not significantly lacking either.

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    Previous was an 05 Tundra DC 4x4 w/ 222k when trading it in on a POS 2016 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4wd. Got rid of that POS and went back to a YOTA. So now own a pre-owned 2012 Highlander with a shy of 130k miles. Rides great, lotta room and the V6 packs a impressive HP and mad torque steer... but its good because when I hammer on the acceleration it feels like I stole it!!
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    I guess I'm the new kid on the block. But miles wise, I think I am doing ok!

    I have a 2016 4Runner with 41,500mi on the clock so far. Zero issues to this point :-)

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    I have a '90 4Runner with a 22RE and a 5 speed that I bought in 2007 for $500. It now has well over 350,000 miles on it (odometer broke in 2012) and still runs fine. I just put a clutch in it and it passed a smog check in February, so it's good to go for awhile. They have a super tinny, flimsy, body but the running gear is stout.
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    I recently purchased a 2000 Land Cruiser with 143k miles. It was a 1 owner will full maintenance records from Toyota and looks to have been fairly trouble free. This should have a ton of life left.

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    >250k on the 2001 Tundra 4.7L 4wd that's hardly been driven the past few years(just hit 130k on the 2013 Corolla), and only gets used when I need to haul something like lumber or my kayak.
    Tundra had its serpentine and timing belts replaced ~200k, and the water pump, I think it was. Now it appears to need an alternator. Dang money pit
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    Hey @fitnessgeek nice rig! Just maintenance, and yeah, ton of life.

    Turned 290,800 on ours--we're the second owners, and it's been everything the 100 series is hyped up to be!

    Just put it up for sale today, and as soon as the first inquiry came in, I started doubting if we should really let her go!





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