Interior Color: Gray
Number of Cylinders: 4
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: unknown
Exterior Color: Gray
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Up for auction is a 1994 Toyota Tercel that was recently donated to a national charitable foundation and is being sold with NO RESERVE.
The vehicle is equipped with a 4cyl engine and AUTOMATIC transmission. The odometer shows 197,223 miles. It’s fairly well equipped with most of the options. The seats are GRAY CLOTH and appear to be TORN, although a good detail will make a huge difference. The exterior of the car is GRAY and is showing signs of wear and is faded. It has a few door dings and scratches. The tires appear to HAVE ROUGHLY 20% road life left. Please refer to the photos included in this auction for more description details.
This vehicle RUNS ROUGH BUT SHOULD NOT BE DRIVEN.
***This vehicle has a blown head gasket. There is water in the oil.
As is the case with all donated vehicles we do not perform a detailed mechanical or physical inspection. We simply convey what we are able to observe. There may be other problems with the car that are not evident. Therefore, please bid accordingly.
INFORMATION CONCERNING VEHICLE TITLE:
This vehicle comes with a Clear California Title and its Registration is UNKNOWN.
We are not responsible for ANY fees that are due at the DMV for this vehicle. The buyer has FULL RESPONSIBILITY on issues once the vehicle has left our premises.
INFORMATION CONCERNING VEHICLE CONDITION:
We make every effort to photograph important details of the vehicles body condition, however small dings, scratches and blemishes in the vehicles paint and body are often difficult to catch in the camera lens, so if you fail to personally inspect the car, please know that these imperfections may exist.
Since the car was donated we do not have any further information on the vehicle other than what is provided herein. Once again - As is the case with ALL our donated vehicles we can only provide bidders with a very limited evaluation of the car's condition. We are not in the body shop or automotive repair business and cannot guarantee that our observations are 100% accurate. The car has not been formally inspected and buyers should understand that the opinions provided herein are purely observational and are not a guarantee of condition.
We welcome and highly advise personal inspections. Please contact our office at (714) 997-3346 for setting up an appointment.
INFORMATION CONCERNING PAYMENT FOR VEHICLE:
Accepted form of payment is cash in person, credit card (visa or mc only)
Please note that PayPal transactions can only be used for deposits. You will need to select another payment method above to complete the remainder of your vehicle sale. Cashier’s check is ok, but vehicle will not be released until payment is cleared.
All taxes, fees, and penalties due to the DMV, are the responsibility of the buyer.
INFORMATION CONCERNING PICK-UP OF VEHICLE:
Pickup must occur within THREE (3) days of the end of the auction, unless other arrangements are made via phone conversation with Gia. There will be a storage fee of $30.00 per day for any vehicle left on our premises after this time. VEHICLES WILL NOT BE RELEASED UNLESS FEES ARE PAID.
The winning bidder is responsible for picking the vehicle up in Orange, CA (off the 57 Freeway).
The Address is: 551 N Batavia St. Orange, Ca 92868.
“This motor vehicle is being sold “AS-IS”, with all faults, including but not limited to those described herein, as well as any other faults or defects, whether or not presently known or discoverable with or without inspection and operation of the vehicle. Should the motor vehicle be found defective following its purchase, the buyer is fully responsible for any and all servicing and repair costs. MRE hereby disclaims any and all warranties in connection with this sale, expressed or implied.”
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**All sales are subject to an administration/Doc fee and Smog fee (CA) - (Please refer to INFORMATION CONCERNING PAYMENT FOR VEHICLE). California residents pay sales tax and registration fees to DMV. Out-of-State buyers may register and pay applicable taxes in their home state. **The buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.
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Auto blogFri, 31 Jan 2014 10:57:00 EST
When we reported yesterday on Toyota's stop-sale order of certain 2013 and 2014 models due to an issue with the fabrics on models with heated seats not conforming to flammability regulations, one of our many questions was how many vehicles were affected? More importantly, how many of those cars have already found homes?
Kelley Blue Book has the troubling statistics. Every 2013 and 2014 Avalon features heated seats. 6.2-percent of 2013 and 4.5-percent of 2014 Camry sedans, meanwhile, were sold with heated seats. That doesn't seem as bad as 100-percent of the larger Avalon, until you consider the Camry's huge volume - the 5.6-percent average still accounts for a lot of cars. Sienna minivans are heavily affected as well, with a total of 37-percent of 2013s and 46-percent of 2014s fitted with butt warmers. The stop-sale only affects 7-percent of 2014 Corolla models, but like the Camry, that number is rather misleading due to the sheer volume of cars Toyota moves. You can see the entire breakdown of percentages by clicking on the inset image.
According to Karl Brauer, a senior analyst for KBB, this problem comes at the worst possible time. "Given that much of the US is currently in the grips of a record cold snap, there's sure to be high demand for models with seat heaters," Brauer notes. The stop-sale order is a good first step, but it doesn't do anything to inform consumers who currently own the affected models and may, in these frosty temperatures, want to use their seat heaters. "Should owners of those vehicles stop using the seat heaters?" Brauer asked.
Australian consumers appear poised to get another diesel-burning luxury SUV in the near future, and word is it's coming from Lexus, of all automakers. Sean Hanley, chief executive of the company's branch in Oz, recently told Aussie website Drive that he's "pretty confident" that the new engine for the LX is getting the green light.
Like in the US, the LX in Australia is currently only offered with a 5.7-liter, gasoline-burning V8. However, sales of the big SUV are presently minuscule Down Under, with Drive reporting just 153 LX570s sold in all of Oz last year. Hanley is negotiating with Japan to get the new diesel in hopes of boosting flagging sales. If his efforts are successful, it would be the first diesel engine offered in a Lexus there. Hanley didn't specify exactly which mill the SUV would get. However, given the LX's close relationship with Toyota Land Cruiser, the diesel 4.5-liter twin-turbo V8 already available in the Toyota in markets outside of North America seems like a natural choice.
Don't expect the variant to be hopping across the Pacific, though. Lexus spokesperson Allison Takahashi tells Autoblog she has heard "nothing" about an oil-burning LX coming to the US. That's not a huge surprise, though, because neither Toyota nor Lexus offer any diesels in their lineups today. Also, Lexus has only sold 1,981 LX570s through June, which only placed it ahead of the LFA supercar in the brand's sales. It's probably just not worth certifying the engine for such a low-volume model.
After releasing official pictures and a press release about an hour earlier, Toyota chose an aircraft hanger at the Santa Monica airport as the venue for the global introduction of its highly anticipated 2014 Corolla. Following an extended aerial acrobat show, which included performers running along the walls, swimmers romping in a massive overhead clear plastic pool and angry dancers destroying their cardboard stage in a glittery fit... the all-new C-segment star of the show was lowered on cables from the ceiling. (After the strobe lights and pounding sound that preceded it, the final vehicle reveal was almost anticlimactic.)
Face-to-face with the eleventh-generation sedan, we liked what we saw. Compared to last year's Corolla, the new model appears smaller in person - yet that is mostly an optical illusion. By the tape, it is four inches longer and slightly wider than its predecessor, but a bit shorter. The wheelbase has been stretched nearly four inches, yet the front and rear overhangs only give or take about an inch in the conversion. With the exception of the enormous wheel/fender gap (the new Corolla seems to ride too high), its overall proportions are very pleasing.
The fresh styling is modern and stylish, with sculpted lines that add character to a formerly bland sedan