For Sale By:Private Seller
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Options: CD Player, Convertible
Drive Type: Rear Wheel drive
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 4
Disability Equipped: No
This car has a lot of new parts, new KYB shocks all around, new engine cover gasket, new spark plugs, new fan belt, new convertible top, new aftermarket stereo radio with 2 speakers , small subwoofer and an amplifier in the rear. The antenna has been converted to automatic go up and down when you turn on the stereo. New front and rear brake pads. All the fluid has been changed recently. such as, coolant, brake fluid, clutch fluid, transmission fluid, and the engine oil. Some people asked about the minor issues list on the Carfax, which I don't know that much about them, all happened to the previous owner, but it is a 14+ years old car having some minor accidents will be consider normal. I did check the frame under the left front fender which showing it in very good shape. Again, this car has no mechanical problems at all. Let me know if you have any questions.
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It's also about staving off the challenges from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Now that BMW has been able to turn some of its attention away from its "i" series of Megacity cars, it will reportedly spend more than planned in 2014 as it continues the rollout of ten all-new vehicles and 15 new-generation vehicles through the end of next year. Mercedes, having been dropped to third in the sales race, is preparing to add 13 new cars over the next six years.
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Shortly after the jury in the case, which took place in Oklahoma and centered around a crash that injured 76-year-old Jean Bookout and killed her passenger, Barbara Schwarz, reached a verdict that would see Toyota paying $3 million in compensatory damages, a confidential settlement was reached. The jury, which had found Toyota liable for "reckless disregard" for public safety, had yet to decide what punitive damages Toyota would face.
Toyota said in a statement, "While we strongly disagree with the verdict, we are satisfied that the parties reached a mutually acceptable agreement to settle this case. We will continue to defend our products vigorously at trial in other legal venues."