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1989 Toyota PickupReview
Emmet writes:
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Reliable For Its Time — Well after it turned 18, it really started to develop some problems. Great truck for its time, just got really old. Was still mechanically sound. Some corrosion.

Pros: Reliable
Short shift 5 speed transmission
cheap on gas
low insurance
Always started

Cons: small size
tires are to small for Alberta driving
people dont drive 100 kph all the time now, being capped at 140 sucked

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1989 Toyota PickupReview
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Sweet Little 4 Banger — The 22-R is a great little motor, tons of torque, just not to much top end in the thing. Perfect for four wheeling

Pros: Torque, Look, Fun to drive

Cons: Not a lot of power

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1989 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Deluxe Standard Cab LB Review
GuruCVKJW says:
Great little pickup
vs1982 Volkswagen Pickup
1989 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Deluxe Standard Cab LB winning categories:
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Displaying 11 - 13 of 13 1989 Toyota Pickup reviews.

Reviews From Other Years

1995 Toyota Pickup Reviews

Review By Steven

Good condition for that year, but the price is high for a pickup that has a significant oil leak from the timing chain cover. Read More

I Love It By Sherry

dislike the lack of power. Like the 4 wheel drive. Its fun to drive. It looks aggressive lifted. It can go further on gas and in the mud then must of the big boys. I just look good driving it. Read More

1994 Toyota Pickup Reviews

My Best Friend. By donsaxman

Other than routine maintenance and wear items, this has only been in the shop for a single repair (reconnect speedometer cable). The truck weighs in at less than 2700 pounds and with the rear leaf sus... Read More

My New Best Friend By ivanruiz1

love driving my pickup. ive had it for only 10 days and have already put 2000 miles on her,its a Toyota,so im sure i will put a lot more on her.Has a/c, power steering and lots of pep .{22re} engine. Read More

1993 Toyota Pickup Reviews

0le' Bessie...cramped, But A/c Still Works Good~ By breezeway

great Toyota little pickup...does everything you ask.~! cannot see the rear bumper...NOT impact absorbing....got the first dent....everyone has to have at least ONE dent on your new car...also comin' ... Read More

Ole Bessie! By migration_judge_roy

Standard Cab is small, evil. Custom wheels with baby moons are rusting. Impossible to keep clean in Clearlake California where surroundings are like the surface of the moon. 168.000 miles and still... Read More

1992 Toyota Pickup Reviews

Truckasaurus By Chris

Best car I've ever owned, family size increases, so does the truck size, LOL. So, Yes, I WILL buy another Toyota. The build quality is exceptional, very little maintenance required, and replacement ... Read More

Amazing Build Quality. By Chris

Most versatile vehicle I've ever owned. Goes, and goes. Toyota backs up their product too. My head gasket blew at 145K, Toyota rebuilt the whole engine for free!!! (even though the extended warranty ... Read More

1991 Toyota Pickup Reviews

Meets Expectations By Josh

the definition of dependable. its a toyota, it is the most used truck in the world. can do anything. has done everything i have asked it to do. just have to keep up replacing worn out parts aft... Read More

Great Little Hunting Rig By DANCRYSTAL

great little truck we just needed something a little more roomy for our family of 6, needs some matience, would like to sell or trade for 4 runner or something along those lines a 4 door 4x4 would w... Read More

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