Toyota Coaster a review from Afghanistan

Rubric: Toyota Coaster | 24 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Coaster a review from Afghanistan

Toyota Coaster a review from Afghanistan A little background first. I’m an American Soldier deployed to Kandahar Air Field (KAF) in Afghanistan. I’ve wanted to write this my whole deployment, which is nearly over now, but I’ve either been too tired at the end of the day or too lazy. Until mid-December my company had two Toyota Coaster buses at our disposal. We used them to get to and from work. I had the opportunity, or perhaps misfortune, to drive them out here about a dozen times. Of all the vehicles on base it had to be these. If this review sounds cynical and sarcastic, it’s because it is. I’m also using the basic Jalopnik format for this review. Just a ...

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4WD Toyota Coaster Build up @ ExplorOz Blogs

Rubric: Toyota Coaster | 17 Апр 2015 | no comments yet »
4WD Toyota Coaster Build up @ ExplorOz Blogs

4WD Toyota Coaster Build up Thursday, Feb 11, 2010 at 15:31 Life Member TourBoy, Bundaberg Why build one when Toyota make one you ask? Well the factory Awd Coasters are mainly used in the icy areas of Japan and production is limited to around 20 per year. Apart from them being a grey import, they may have rust issues from salting of the roads. The 2 biggest problems that I can see are that they don’t have much ground clearance and a lower than normal side door entry. The main problem in my view is the independent suspension and portal hubs from the mega cruiser. The mega cruiser was never imported to Australia either so I would hate to break anything and expect to get parts that month. ...

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Toyota Coaster — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rubric: Toyota Coaster | 30 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Coaster — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Toyota Coaster 4,990 kg (11,001.1 lb) The Toyota Coaster is a minibus produced by Toyota Motor Corporation. It was introduced in 1969, with the second generation introduced in 1982, followed by the third generation in 1993. The third generation Coaster received a facelift in 2001, and again in 2007. Since 1996, the Toyota Coaster is also sold under the name Hino Liesse II . Contents History [ edit ] The Toyota Coaster was introduced in 1969 as a 17-passenger minibus using the same running gear as the Toyota Dyna of the time. Early models used the 2.0-liter Toyota R engine with 4-speed manual transmission. With 98 PS (72 kW), an RU19 Coaster could reach a top speed of 110 km/h (68 mph). ...

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