Something has been nagging at me since I first test drove a Range Rover almost two years ago. At that time, I felt $42,000 was far too much to pay for a sport-utility vehicle. Did Toyota design the new T100 truck to be a failure? After driving the T100, you get the impression it is a vehicle Toyota never really wanted to build. If Toyota wanted to do the job right, the Japanese automaker w... Read full review for the 1993 Toyota T100
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This is one of the most durable half-ton pick-ups I've ever owned. The frame is stout, the handling precise, the power is surprising, and the payload is substantial. Styling is simple and clean, inter... Read Full Review
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