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1985 Toyota Pickup SR5
| Cadillac, MI
$57,995
est. $1,043/mo

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1990 Toyota Pickup SR5
202,864 Miles | Happy Valley, OR
$12,995
est. $234/mo

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1989 Toyota Pickup Deluxe V6
177,128 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$14,800
est. $266/mo

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1993 Toyota Pickup Base
89,173 Miles | Ontario, CA
$9,998
est. $180/mo

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1989 Toyota Pickup Deluxe V6
112,386 Miles | Milford, MI
$25,995
est. $467/mo

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1994 Toyota Pickup DX
218,760 Miles | Charleston, SC
$14,900
est. $268/mo

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1989 Toyota Pickup Deluxe V6
132,400 Miles | Denver, CO
$15,900
est. $286/mo

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1994 Toyota Pickup DX
140,789 Miles | Williamstown, WV
$13,999
est. $252/mo

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1989 Toyota Pickup Deluxe V6
199,363 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$9,995
est. $180/mo

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1986 Toyota Pickup Base
170,927 Miles | Fort Worth, TX
$19,995
est. $360/mo

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1987 Toyota Pickup Base
63,168 Miles | Clarksville, MD
$59,990
est. $1,079/mo

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1993 Toyota Pickup Deluxe
107,317 Miles | Grand Rapids, MI
$18,900
est. $340/mo

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1989 Toyota Pickup Deluxe
157,859 Miles | Wichita, KS
$14,999
est. $270/mo

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1994 Toyota Pickup DX V6
143,142 Miles | Wichita, KS
$15,999
est. $288/mo

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1994 Toyota Pickup Base
95,653 Miles | Frederick, MD
$10,000
est. $180/mo

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1990 Toyota Pickup Deluxe
314,433 Miles | Albuquerque, NM
$4,888
est. $88/mo

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1989 Toyota Pickup SR5 V6
217,693 Miles | Fort Worth, TX
$32,995
est. $593/mo

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1993 Toyota Pickup Deluxe V6
119,087 Miles | Grand Rapids, MI
$15,900
est. $286/mo

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1995 Toyota Pickup Base
235,108 Miles | Clearwater, FL
$5,995
est. $108/mo

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1992 Toyota Pickup Base
258,891 Miles | Santa Rosa, CA
$6,950
est. $125/mo

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Toyota Pickup Owner Ratings & Reviews

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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.

Jose
Parkland, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
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.
Pros
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)
Cons
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)

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.

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

Pickup Owner
Detroit, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
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)
Story
Once I rammed into bike and then I had to drop the bike and his owner to other state.
Pros
Body and built quality.
Cons
Low mileage.