This 2011 Toyota Tacoma double cab TRD off road V6 manual 4x4 is in excellent shape with a few very minor negatives. It has about 13,300 miles but I do drive it currently. It does have 1 cigarette whole in the driver seat from a previous owner. There is the worlds tiniest dent on the tailgate a couple inches wide and not deep enough to even show in pictures. There is also about an 8" scratch in the left rear door window tint. You can't see it from the outside. That is all for the negatives. Everything works perfectly as if new. The truck has........
-Total Chaos suspension lift. Looks to be about 2-3". (It's not the coilover leveling spacers so I'm not sure the exact lift height. It's different A-arm and shock all together)
-(1) JL audio 300 Watt amp behind back seat
-(1) JL audio 500 watt amp behind back seat
-Power door locks
-Rear diff lock
-Alpine INA-W900 touchscreen DVD/CD player with navigation
-Doug Thorley headers
-XD Series 17" black rims
(2) JL audio subwoofers in custom box behind back seats
-Boston mid-range door speakers
-AFE cold air intake
-New Nitto Terra all terrain tires size 285/70R17
This truck blue books $30,500 in excellent condition without all the added accessories. There is close to $5000 in audio and mechanical upgrades. (lift / tires / sound system / tint / intake / exhaust.)
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Thu, 16 May 2013 09:29:00 EST
A total of 22.6 million current and former Toyota owners have been sent notices that they may be eligible to receive compensation from the automaker for damages related to the unintended acceleration fiasco that has dominated headlines in 2009 and 2010. The total payout may be as high as $1.63 billion, according to The Detroit News.
Wed, 20 Nov 2013 14:40:00 EST
Steve Berman, a lawyer for the owners, calls the potential deal "a landmark, if not a record, settlement in automobile defects class action litigation in the United States." Still, there's some debate about whether or not Toyota's proposed settlement is fair, as it includes $30 million for safety research and driver education programs - in other words, Toyota seems to be suggesting that drivers need more education on how to drive their correctly working and fully functional vehicles. For those keeping track, Toyota would also be paying lawyer fees of $200 million.
A US District Judge in California is scheduled to hold a so-called "fairness hearing" on June 14 that could decide the fate of this particular settlement. Further courtroom wrangling will be required to hash out any wrongful death suits levied against Toyota stemming from unintended acceleration claims, as those are not part of this class-action suit.
Of all the vehicles Toyota brought to the Tokyo Motor Show, the FV2 might be the most creative. The minimalist single-seat concept is a glimpse at Toyota's idea of a "fun to drive" vehicle in the future.
Thu, 21 Nov 2013 07:58:00 EST
The FV2 is essentially a pod with a diamond-shaped wheel array (what powers said wheels has not been disclosed), and Toyota says that the technology of the vehicle allows it to gauge the driver's mood and suggest possible destinations. The interaction between driver and vehicle is also displayed in an augmented reality screen on the windshield, and the car can also act as a mood ring of sorts with exterior colors and patterns that can change based on the driver's mood. We can just see it now: "Don't mess with Jim today, his car is red."
Scroll down for a brief press release on the FV2.
Historically, the Toyota Harrier has been a doppelgänger for North America's Lexus RX - at some points, it was little more than a badge-swap and a few options away, at least aesthetically. That appears to be changing with this just-revealed new generation at the Tokyo Motor Show.
That's because this two-row, five-seat Toyota is in possession of a bold new look, dominated by a jutting, baleen-like grille edged in chrome, along with new headlamps and fascia. The greenhouse has likewise been revamped and gotten more pointed at the rump, which has new taillights, a resurfaced tailgate and a faux rear diffuser. Were it to be ported over to North American Lexus dealers intact, the Harrier's look would be jarring in light of the brand's spindle-grille-based design language, so we suspect that if the RX gets any of these updates (it was just refreshed for 2013), it will strike out on a different path visually.
Unlike the US RX, the new Harrier will rely on smaller-displacement four-cylinder engines, namely a 2.0-liter paired with a continuously variable transmission or a 2.5-liter four backed up by an electric motor. We'd like to see a smaller-displacement option for the US RX (it presently runs with 3.5-liter V6 engines in both gas-only and hybrid guise), but suspect it won't arrive until the next all-new model.