My Toyota Landcruiser FJ-45 wagon is so much fun to drive, being a rare car I get a lot of looks and questions from people.
The 4x4 makes it rugged and reliable. and the long body style makes it practical for surf trips and camping.
The most fun car I have ever owned!
Roomy, excellent fuel efficiency, handles very well, Responsive engine, looks great, USB port, love the fuel tracker, programmable vehicle options on the touch screen, Bluetooth for hands free calls. So far love the Camry!
We love it! This is by far the most comfortable truck that we have owned. Toyota's new safety features are what convinced us to purchase a new 2018 Tacoma. Another additional benefit is the resale value.
I love this car. From the interior to the outside. Every bit of this is worth the money! We bought this car used with 16,000 miles. It feels new, it drives new, and even better. The car is still under warranty. You can never go wrong with a Toyota. you can never go wrong with Fred's Executive Auto.
Nice vehicle for families and plenty of cargo room. The quality of the interior is awesome. Power folding third row seat is a very accommodating feature. Will carry 8 people comfortably. We are very satisfied!
We got the Limited, which afforded us the reliability of Toyota and a lot of the luxuries of a much more expensive car for much less. so far there has been more than enough room for my family, and it has been very comfortable and fun to drive.
After researching lots of cars and SUVs I decided on another Prius. I had bought my daughter a used 2009 Prius with under 200,000 miles and we drove from northern Mississippi to eastern Florida and back for $72. As a retiree on a budget I need a reliable car with great gas mileage. It also has adequate cargo room for all our stuff. Her prius lasted to over 300,000 miles until the catalytic converter went out. So I’m hoping my 2015 lasts as long as hers did. It is a bit noisy but so was my Nissan minivan so I’m okay with that. This Prius is beautiful inside and out and I love all the tech features. The navigation system could be easier to use but perhaps after I learn how to use it, it won’t be an issue. It does have voice controls too that I’ll learn at some point.
On the positive side, love the engine and transmission. Tuned exhaust is just right - a low growl but not obnoxious. Seat comfor is so- so, especially after a couple of hours behind the wheel. Entertainment system is a big disappointment? especially since this is a Limited edition. Sound quality is average and the Entune system should be dropped immediately in favor of Apple and Google offerings. Toyota is a little slow incorporating technology- not sure why. Still, I bought this truck for its above average reliability history and hope to have it for a long time.
Switched from an 06 Chevy 2500 4WD to Tundra 4WD. Haven't owned long enough to really say much except we own a Prius with 115,000 miles and a Tacoma with 175,000 miles so I'm confident it will live up to my expectations. Not the best looking trucks but if it doesn't cost as much as the Chevy to maintain for 10 years I;ll be happy. The 5.7 engine did get 19.2 MPG on the 200 mile drive home. That alone is impressive!
The stearing for parking is extremely good.
Safety features for lane indicator and back up camera, a great feature.
Myself the driver and all passengers, extremely comfortable, roomy.
Trunk roomy for suitcases.
Best of all the V6, really picks up additional driving fun and safety. Especially passing.
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