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63 Toyota Tacoma results

2004 Toyota Tacoma OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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LS
LS
Morton, Pennsylvania
5.0
Works well after 12 years
After 12 years of having the vehicle (bought new), I definitely would buy this truck again. It has survived through Midwest and East coast winters with just a bit of rust damage in a small spot on the truck, which is a small price to pay for great steering and brakes in rain and snow (with regular maintenance). We've used the truck in a few moves and found the power to be sufficient to keep up with hilly turnpike traffic even with a bed loaded with furniture and boxes. Overall, the truck is in great condition both visually and in terms of performance - I don't think someone would guess that it is 12 years old and has been driven on multiple trips halfway across the country. I also like that the backseat can accommodate a car seat, even though the vehicle is a truck. If we had purchased a smaller version (e.g., extended cab), then we would not be able to use our current car seat. Just be aware that you may need to choose a slimmer car seat than some of the larger ones, particularly if you still want to have someone be able to sit in the seat beside the car seat.
Matt D
Matt D
Cedar Park, Texas
4.0
Love my Toyota Tacoma
I purchased my Toyota Tacoma new back in 2004 and it has been one of the most reliable vehicles I've ever purchased. The interior is comfortable and well built. It does not rattle or shake even after 150,000 miles. I have not had to replace any of the electronic components in the car since I bought it. The truck has an excellent towing capacity for it's size, I have never had an issue towing my boat or a trailer. I'm an avid woodworker and have never had any issue being able to fit all of my woodworking tools in the bed. I often travel around with my miter saw and table saw and they fit perfectly in the back. I have only had to get standard service on the engine after 100,000 miles and I expect to easily get over 200,000 miles on the truck before I get a new Tacoma. On top of that the Tacoma has an excellent safety rating for its class.