Your list: The 5 BEST and 5 WORST Toyota products in history — Page 2…

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Your list: The 5 BEST and 5 Toyota products in history

Posted by mmarshall

Not including (which, though Toyota, are divisions), here are my rankings:

3Gen 1992-1996 Camry. Did everything extremely well as as you weren’t a boy-racer.

1994-1999 Though the American-market engines a little underpowered, its looks, were nothing short of (I owned one for 6 years, BTW)

(1994-1999) American-market Avalon. The Japanese Buick. without the Lexus price.

The 2Gen MR2 Classy, well-built, with (especially in red), and fun to drive, the engine often ran hot, it somewhat on long straight and was hard for tall people to get in and out of.

The 1Gen Venza. Finally . a Toyota alternative to the popular Outback, though both and V6 versions are saddled with wheels and a too-firm ride for a in this class.

(I didn’t the new FT-86 sport-coupe because it was with a Subaru drivetrain and is not in America as a Toyota. only Scion/Subaru nameplates)


T-100/T-150 trucks. Introduced as a American-truck competitor, but, in was a mid-sizer with 4 and V6 engines. A fail.

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1Gen Tundra. a V8 engine, but was STILL, in fact, a 3/4 masquerading as a full-sizer. Almost as of a fail as the original T-series.

2Gen Tundra. Finally had the engines and the size it needed to with American trucks, but with poor engineering, parts, and an insultingly cheap Yet another truck-fail.

1Gen After years of the excellent subcompact, the Echo’s frumpy, looks, cheap center-stack and Nerdish personality seemed something out of a science-fiction movie.

The Celica. A huge letdown, after the beautiful 1994-1999 models. It had the turbo the previous-generation but was too small, looked like off a Hot Wheels toy-store shelf, was to get in/out of, had an overstyled/overly-plastic interior, and was crude, and unrefined .

This list mostly incorrect, and I have to question how much experience you’ve had these cars. There was any 7th Gen turbo Celica (I wish was though) and the 7th Gen was one of the best performing of the FWD sans the All-trac and the GT-S, the 2ZZ-GE was one of the best performance you could buy at the time. Its problems price and idiotic Toyota not investing more in the car to keep strong, which the 7th Gen Celica had its few years on the market. I’ve found them noisy or either and hope to pick one up day.

The T100 (there was no thing as a T-150, which was some rumored name for the before it came out and Toyota ever considering it or T-series ) was a truck. Toyota should’ve put a V8 in to gain more sales but are stone dead reliable and a huge following just the smaller Toyota pickups, and that has one loves them. My has a ’95 T100 he bought new and been a great truck. And it was a truck and is even EPA classified as and actually beats many of the of the competitors at the time.

The 1st and 2nd Gen Tundra are also great and I’d sure like to what kind of poor the 2nd Gen has, and do not even try to feed me myth that the frame is because you saw Ford’s little video proclaiming as such. If the frame is weak, then so is own SuperDuty which uses the same type of construction, and the the whole entire truck, is the 1/2 rated under the newest SAE for towing/payload performance. GM, Ford, and continue to hide behind internal, self-proclaimed numbers to day. As for the interior, if the Tundra’s is cheap, then so are the competitors, of which had soft touch at the time and none do still on their super expensive trim models which will also have on the Tundra. Oh yes, and like the the Gen 1 Tundra was a fullsize and is bigger

in many ways than of the competitors out at the time and beat of them in towing and payload equipped with comparable

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