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2014 Toyota Pickup - I had the greatest experience buying out my lease at Toyota town. I always recommend my family and friends to Toyota Town. Thank you for take care of me and family.

This best will get you whenever you are going safely. Haul anything, anywhere, reliably without the Ford/Chevy/Dodge BS issues you will almost certainly experience. I have regularly hauled 10,000 lbs. + loads through mountainous terrain, 90 degree + temps and the Tundra never blinks. I was a Chevy guy for years, but will never turn back. Toyota all the way baby!!! Doesn't burn a drop of oil, and looks as fresh as original after 5K of heavy use. Outstanding reliability looks. Gas mileage still between 17 to 20.4 miles per gallon with an average of around 18 overall.

This best will get you whenever you are going safely. Haul anything, anywhere, reliably without the Ford/Chevy/Dodge BS issues you will almost certainly experience. I have regularly hauled 10,000 lbs. + loads through mountainous terrain, 90 degree + temps and the Tundra never blinks. I was a Chevy guy for years, but will never turn back. Toyota all the way baby!!! Doesn't burn a drop of oil, and looks as fresh as original after 5K of heavy use. Outstanding reliability looks. Gas mileage still between 17 to 20.4 miles per gallon with an average of around 18 overall.

This truck comes in at number 5 in the top 10 full-size pickup class for good reason. While it does not boast as much as other models have to offer, it does offer excellent pricing. It ranges everywhere from a low $26,000 to a comfortable $43,000. Mass Appeal. Many full-size truck companies work harder to create a better truck than others and end up with too many extras that daily drivers will not use. While the Tundra does offer extras in its higher end models, the most common ones are simple, easy to use trucks that will appeal to the masses. Interior design. The interior of the 2014 Toy... (more)

This truck comes in at number 5 in the top 10 full-size pickup class for good reason. While it does not boast as much as other models have to offer, it does offer excellent pricing. It ranges everywhere from a low $26,000 to a comfortable $43,000. Mass Appeal. Many full-size truck companies work harder to create a better truck than others and end up with too many extras that daily drivers will not use. While the Tundra does offer extras in its higher end models, the most common ones are simple, easy to use trucks that will appeal to the masses. Interior design. The interior of the 2014 Toyota Tundra feels much more like a higher-end car than a full-size pickup truck. All models above the base model were completely revamped for 2014 and offer inside luxury. The interiors are made of rugged materials, but still manage to stand out in a classic way. Exterior styling. The outside of the 2014 Toyota Tundra also got a big upgrade for the new year. The hood was raised, the grill protrudes more and it has a more bulked up look than older models. It is made to look as rugged as it is built. Handling. The Tundra was built to excel during both on- and off-road trips. It does just that in all situations. Its quick acceleration speeds pleasantly contradict its abilities when off roading, and it performs just as well in a big city as it would on a winding back road. Braking. Despite the size of the cab, the 2014 Toyota Tundra performed well above average in all of the brake tests that it was subjected to. While it may not be able to stop on a dime like some smaller model trucks and cars, it is one of the best at coming to a complete stop after a period of long and high acceleration. Rugged ride. If you are a person that likes their truck to feel like it is a truck ride instead of a smooth, sedan ride some of Toyota's competitors have been making models that are not for you. Instead of focusing on a smooth ride, the creators of the 2014 Toyota Tundra focused on more important facts and the Tundra remains one of the most truck-like rides on the market. Towing. The V8 powered Toyota Tundra did not just pull a space shuttle for a publicity stunt, the makers of this truck wanted to show potential drivers the towing power that is behind this model. The torque is excellent, and it is able to tow up to 10,400 pounds. Hauling. Just because the truck is excellent at towing, does not mean it sacrifices anything when it comes to hauling. It is able to haul 2,040 pounds in just a base model version, which is around 75% more than any of its competitors. Available options. Toyota has given drivers options to suit their own specific lifestyle with the 2014 Toyota Tundra. With everything from a 2WD V6 engine that is made for drivers looking for a truck that will simply get the job done to a bulked up, luxury full-size truck that features a V8 and 4WD Toyota has given plenty to choose from. All models are available with manual and automatic transmissions.

Fuel economy. As a full-size truck, the 2014 Toyota Tundra is not one of the best vehicles on the market for fuel economy. It gets an unimpressive 17 miles per gallon in the city, and it does not come in a diesel fueled model to help ease the amount of fuel that is used. Gimmicky. While the Tundra remains rugged and tough, the looks may come across as cheesy to full-size truck buyers. It does not have the long time practice and craftsmanship put into it that more domestic models offer. Seating. Although Toyota provided drivers with the CrewMax cab edition to the 2014 Tundra, there is still... (more)

Fuel economy. As a full-size truck, the 2014 Toyota Tundra is not one of the best vehicles on the market for fuel economy. It gets an unimpressive 17 miles per gallon in the city, and it does not come in a diesel fueled model to help ease the amount of fuel that is used. Gimmicky. While the Tundra remains rugged and tough, the looks may come across as cheesy to full-size truck buyers. It does not have the long time practice and craftsmanship put into it that more domestic models offer. Seating. Although Toyota provided drivers with the CrewMax cab edition to the 2014 Tundra, there is still not much comfort in the way of seating. It feels cramped and uncomfortable to most passengers and some have even said there is less room than in the Tundra's little brother Tacoma.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

2018 Toyota Pickup - Strong truck which is used for all types of work and it is built as tank.

I owned a small truck about 25 years ago but it wasn't a very good one and I didn't have it for long. But I've wanted a§ truck for a couple of years so I went shopping. Whatever I bought had to have a locking differential so that narrowed down my choices to the Tacoma (my 1st choice), the Frontier Pro4x4 and an F150. I test drove an eco boost 2.7 F150 and also a normally aspirated 3.3l F150. I liked both trucks and was astonished at the drivetrain power and smoothness of the eco boost motor. I didn't drive the Frontier because I don't like the splashy, overwrought graphics of the Pro4x4. Anyway, I've owned Toyotas, I have friends who own Toyotas and I've always thought highly of them. I've owned 2 Fords and they both had expensive issues, plus I was rather off-put that the new $40-some... (more)

I owned a small truck about 25 years ago but it wasn't a very good one and I didn't have it for long. But I've wanted a§ truck for a couple of years so I went shopping. Whatever I bought had to have a locking differential so that narrowed down my choices to the Tacoma (my 1st choice), the Frontier Pro4x4 and an F150. I test drove an eco boost 2.7 F150 and also a normally aspirated 3.3l F150. I liked both trucks and was astonished at the drivetrain power and smoothness of the eco boost motor. I didn't drive the Frontier because I don't like the splashy, overwrought graphics of the Pro4x4. Anyway, I've owned Toyotas, I have friends who own Toyotas and I've always thought highly of them. I've owned 2 Fords and they both had expensive issues, plus I was rather off-put that the new $40-some thousand dollar F150s I was looking at were being offered for about $30k. So I bought my 4 door TRD Off Road. I haven't owned it but a few days and about 375 miles. There isn't anything I don't like about it... just stuff to get used to. It feels very solid, looks terrific and everything inside looks and feels well made. I've heard about the shifty transmission but it seems fine to me. The motor certainly seems to have more than ample power. I don't plan to tow anything more than 2 motorcycles, if that, so my primary purpose is as a daily driver, hauling household stuff around and occasionally going off-pavement with my Jeep and Toyota buddies. My biggest concern is the mpg but I'm a conservative driver and do a lot of highway mileage. Edmunds is good because they ask you to update your review periodically and I plan to do just that. I'm looking forward to learning more about my truck, especially the off-pavement capabilities. I will say that it was a very difficult decision to trade in my beloved 2018 CRV but the deal was too good to pass up and I knew I wouldn't stop wanting a Tacoma if I did pass. Although I haven't owned the truck for long (about 5 days), I can honestly say that I've liked it more each time I've driven it so hopefully this continues.

Once I rammed into bike and then I had to drop the bike and his owner to other state.

Once I rammed into bike and then I had to drop the bike and his owner to other state.

Body and built quality.

Body and built quality.

Low mileage.

Low mileage.

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1990 Toyota Pickup

Sold For$29,999On6/19/21$29,999Sold
1990 Toyota Pickup

BaT Essentials

  • Lot #49919
  • Seller: MarcGyver
  • Location: Waterford, Wisconsin 53185
  • Chassis: JT4RN81P0L5051671
  • 6k Miles Shown
  • 2.4-Liter Inline-Four
  • Four-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • Black Paint
  • Gray Cloth Upholstery
  • Silver Exterior Decals
  • Chrome Trim
  • 14" Steel Wheels
  • Air Conditioning
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • Clean Carfax Report
  • Private Party Or Dealer: Private Party
  • Model Page: Toyota Pickup
    Category: Japanese, Truck & 4x4
Sours: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1990-toyota-6k-mile-toyota-pick-up-2wd-deluxe-regular-cab-short-box/
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  4. Simply elegant paint color

Based on data from 49 vehicles, 2,167 fuel-ups and 493,556 miles of driving, the 1990 Toyota Pickup gets a combined Avg MPG of 19.08 with a 0.25 MPG margin of error.

Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 38 outliers (1.72%) removed.

Following shows the average MPG of each of the 49 vehicles in the system.

  • My Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup 2.4L L4 GAS Manual 4 Speed
    Added Aug 2021 • 13 Fuel-ups

    Property of TurdYota

  • 14.0Avg MPG

  • David’s Toy Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup 2.4L L4 GAS Manual 4 Speed
    Added Aug 2020 • 9 Fuel-ups

    Property of idahoaggie98

  • 14.6Avg MPG

  • My Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 2.4L L4 GAS Standard 5 Speed
    Added Oct 2017 • 65 Fuel-ups

    Property of wheels295

  • 18.7Avg MPG

  • My Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup 2.4L L4 GAS Manual 4 Speed
    Added Feb 2021 • 40 Fuel-ups

    Property of MountainMan4865

  • 21.2Avg MPG

  • Monster Truck

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 3.0L V6 GAS Standard 5 Speed Standard Cab Pickup
    Added Feb 2018 • 55 Fuel-ups

    Property of Jumpinwired

  • 11.7Avg MPG

  • Little Red

    1990 Toyota Pickup 2.4L L4 GAS Manual 5 Speed Standard Cab Pickup
    Added Jan 2019 • 22 Fuel-ups

    Property of MediocreMind

  • 17.5Avg MPG

  • Eddie mobile

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 3.0L V6 GAS Manual 5 Speed Extended Cab Pickup
    Added Jan 2021 • 8 Fuel-ups

    Property of Bigpete92

  • 15.7Avg MPG

  • Romper Truck

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 3.0L V6 GAS Manual 5 Speed
    Added May 2020 • 39 Fuel-ups

    Property of PattyCakes

  • 19.4Avg MPG

  • Itasca

    1990 Toyota Pickup
    Added Jul 2017 • 84 Fuel-ups

    Property of robertskz

  • 13.6Avg MPG

  • 1990 Toyota Odyssey Americana

    1990 Toyota Pickup SR5 3.0L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added Feb 2020 • 21 Fuel-ups

    Property of davidstephchap

  • 14.3Avg MPG

  • Toyota

    1990 Toyota Pickup SR5 3.0L V6 GAS Standard 5 Speed Extended Cab Pickup
    Added May 2010 • 326 Fuel-ups

    Property of agate

  • 17.5Avg MPG

  • Flame Truck

    1990 Toyota Pickup SR5 3.0L V6 GAS Standard 5 Speed
    Added Feb 2018 • 85 Fuel-ups

    Property of e30r32

  • 15.8Avg MPG

  • Toyota Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup SR5 3.0L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added Dec 2019 • 3 Fuel-ups

    Property of celosia

  • 10.2Avg MPG

  • Toyota pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup Hilux
    Added Mar 2017 • 142 Fuel-ups

    Property of 527954ak

  • 25.3Avg MPG

  • The Prince

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 3.0L V6 GAS Standard 5 Speed Extended Cab Pickup
    Added Oct 2017 • 147 Fuel-ups

    Property of joppy512

  • 17.4Avg MPG

  • My Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup SR5 3.0L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added May 2018 • 20 Fuel-ups

    Property of B747

  • 19.2Avg MPG

  • Warrior

    1990 Toyota Pickup Winnebago Warrior V6 GAS
    Added Jun 2018 • 9 Fuel-ups

    Property of ethandstern

  • 11.7Avg MPG

  • My Toyota

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 2.4L L4 GAS Standard 5 Speed
    Added Mar 2018 • 25 Fuel-ups

    Property of jwray98

  • 18.9Avg MPG

  • My Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 2.4L L4 GAS Standard 5 Speed
    Added Apr 2018 • 10 Fuel-ups

    Property of JohnnyJ240

  • 19.7Avg MPG

  • My Pickup

    1990 Toyota Pickup DLX 2.4L L4 GAS Standard 5 Speed
    Added Jul 2017 • 14 Fuel-ups

    Property of iamweeezle

  • 16.6Avg MPG

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1990 Toyota Truck

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Manual 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:20

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city/highway

MPG

5.0 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Manual 5-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:20

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5.0 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Automatic 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:21

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4.8 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Manual 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:23

combined

city/highway

MPG

4.3 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Manual 5-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:21

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MPG

4.8 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:19

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5.3 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 2WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Manual 5-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:19

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city/highway

MPG

5.3 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota 1-Ton Truck 2WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:19

combined

city/highway

MPG

5.3 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota 1-Ton Truck 2WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Manual 5-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:19

combined

city/highway

MPG

5.3 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 4WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Automatic 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:17

combined

city/highway

MPG

5.9 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 4WD 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Manual 5-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:18

combined

city/highway

MPG

5.6 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 4WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 4-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:15

combined

city/highway

MPG

6.7 gals/100 miles

1990 Toyota Truck 4WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Manual 5-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:16

combined

city/highway

MPG

6.3 gals/100 miles

Sours: https://fueleconomy.gov/feg/bymodel/1990_Toyota_Truck.shtml

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