1990 Toyota Pickup
200,793 Miles
$9,999

Eugene, OR
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1991 Toyota Pickup
69,382 Miles
$11,905

Brentwood, TN
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1985 Toyota Pickup
33,835 Miles
$8,995

Sonoma, CA
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1993 Toyota Pickup
92,950 Miles
$7,000

Lincoln, NE
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1994 Toyota Pickup
135,740 Miles
$8,900

Dallas, OR
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1995 Toyota Pickup
165,260 Miles
$10,995

Manchester, CT
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1993 Toyota Pickup
161,185 Miles
$2,499

Bridgewater, NJ
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1993 Toyota Pickup
38,995 Miles
$19,900

Waterford, PA
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1987 Toyota Pickup
55,082 Miles
$14,550

Oklahoma City, OK
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1986 Toyota Pickup
165,000 Miles
$7,500

Tucson, AZ
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1991 Toyota Pickup
135,351 Miles
$11,250

Simi Valley, CA
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1988 Toyota Pickup
$4,900

Loveland, CO
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1984 Toyota Pickup
295,000 Miles
$12,500

Zachary, LA
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1991 Toyota Pickup
$12,950

Buckeye, AZ
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1992 Toyota Pickup
1,742 Miles
$9,900

Grand Rapids, MI
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1994 Toyota Pickup
218,896 Miles
$9,995

Honolulu, HI
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1992 Toyota Pickup
$4,995

Deer Park, WA
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1989 Toyota Pickup
124,618 Miles
$2,800

Sanford, NC
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1990 Toyota Pickup
230,090 Miles
$3,500

Roswell , NM
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1985 Toyota Pickup
142,242 Miles
$2,900

Greenville, SC
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Toyota Pickup Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
33 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.1
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.7
Fuel Economy
3.8
Reliability
4.7

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1989 Toyota Pickup - Best work truck I've ever had

Larry
Ironwood, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I like my pickup truck. I bought it used for $250 over ten years ago with 200k miles on it. I am pleased to say it out performed my greatest expectations. It is very reliable. The load capacity and fuel economy are great for a small pick up.
Story
I use it for camping, and I have a great time off roading with it. For a two-wheel drive, it goes through snow and mud like a champ.
Pros
Great fuel economy. This truck gets almost 35 MPG on the highway. The build quality has proven to be great with a rating of one-half ton load capacity. It can carry as much weight as many full-size pickup trucks. The body style is simple yet pleasing to the eye. The 22R motor has a surprising amount of power and torque for pulling a trailer or small camper. It is a very practical work truck and at a fraction of the price of most full-size models.
Cons
The truck is not equipped with power steering, which can make it tricky to get in or out of tight parking spots or backing up a trailer. The ride is rough. Most likely due to the heavier leaf springs that give it a one-half ton load rating. The cab area is small, so it will not be very comfortable for a larger person.

2003 Toyota Pickup - I love this truck. It is everything I need in a smaller size

LR
Fort Worth, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The Tacoma Prerunner is an ideal truck for me. It has a V6 engine which gives it a lot of power for a smaller size truck. The style and look of the truck is great. It has a small but tough look to it and I love the look of the larger tires and higher suspension. The interior has bucket seat which are very comfortable and everything is easy to reach. I like the gray color of the interior. There is plenty of console space which is a plus for me. The gas mileage is just average for a truck of this type. I have had very minimal repairs for a truck of this age and with this mileage. It has performed very well! I have not noticed any blind spots and in fact I can see very well in all directions. The acceleration in my opinion is above average-meaning that it seems very fast for the engine an... (more)
Story
Right after I bought this vehicle brand new I took it on a camping trip to the lake and had to do a little off road driving.The was fun and memorable because I had just purchased the vehicle and it was perfect to have for this type of outing.
Pros
The top things about this vehicle are the look and size. I love the small truck but with a tough look. The speediness of the truck is a positive. Also I think the layout of the interior is very comfortable and feels nice.
Cons
A negative is the body paint. I have noticed quite a bit of chipping and some rust has started developing. The exterior hood latch is hard to reach and sometimes I have difficulty popping the hood.

1994 Toyota Pickup - Inexpensive and reliable truck for around town.

N.N.
Boise, Idaho
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
A very reliable vehicle. This truck has never broken down on me. I have drove other cars that are newer and/or fancier but in the summer one vehicle vapor locked in 100 degrees and another vehicle's battery died in the winter. Repairs, when needed which is hardly ever, are at minimal cost. I have owned this truck for 3 years now and have only had to do some work on the breaks. Great -around town to pick up large items- vehicle. A basic style pickup truck is my style. The truck has no back cab so that presents a minor inconvenience where I have to use our sedan to get the family around. The air conditioning is still working but needed to be charged last year which only costed $100. The heat works well making the cab comfortable in all seasons. Great mileage on gas. Manual drive leaving ... (more)
Story
When I first got the truck I had maybe 2 months of driving stick knowledge. I ended up using the truck for a long trip. We were driving up very steep hills and I had some trouble with shifting. I probably looked like a complete idiot but it's funny now that I look back. I also got the truck stuck in the woods while trying to navigate a path. My father in law gave me a gentle push with his 4 wh... (more)
Pros
Working A/C Working Heat Truck so pickup up/moving large items is easy. Manual drive so I'm more in control on the road/aware of the road. Good gas mileage Inexpensive to repair/keep maintenance up
Cons
In the winter, in icy conditions, it is hard to keep the truck from fishtailing/sliding without a bunch of sandbags in the back. The truck is only a 2 seater so it is not ideal for family travels.

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