Displaying 11 - 17 of 1992 Toyota Pickup 17 reviews.
1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr STD Standard Cab SBReview
1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Std Standard Cab Sb — It a well built truck it held up well in the woods when i first got it. i lowered it and street raced it and it beat most stock mustangs. its a blast to drive and its cheap on gas, cheap and easy to maintain. i think its a beautiful truck and with a few mods to a stock one you can turn heads all day. reliable
Pros: good on gas, reliable, powerfull, and fun to drive
Cons: Bench seat, tight cab space when you put speeker boxes behind the seat.
1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Deluxe 4WD Standard Cab SBReview
Taliban Tank —
1992 Toyota Pickup 4x4 4cyl, 5 speed 150,000 miles, purchased at 30,000 miles. Pros - Very simple and straight forward vehicle. 24mpg in 2wd on highway. Only broke down once in over 10 years, due to a corroded wire leading to the fuel pump. Survived many Detroit and Wisconsin winters, easy and fun to 4wd drift through corners at high speed in snow. Also survived accidental hitting and driving over of many things (tv set, curbs, small tree, etc) that probably would have seriously damaged more fancy trucks. Great climate control. No a/c necessary, except in stop and go traffic. Comfortable bench seat. Very easy to drive. Cheap insurance. Good resale value. Cons - Body disintegrated. Engine slightly more powerful than a hamster in a wheel, so no towing anything remotely heavy. Though I did beat a 70's Land Cruiser in a drag-race down a very bumpy alley once. Rear drums had a tendency to lock-up when humid. Lots of front end dive during braking. Trail braking not recommended. Exhaust apparently made out of untreated body panels. Everything including the manifold had to be replaced. No tach. No cruise control. No low fuel light (leading to me, and my ADD, running out of gas more than once). I don't know what options were available. Very limited interior space with standard cab. Tall peoples' knees will hit glove box.
Pros: Extremely durable drivetrain. Decent milage. Looks nice. Unstoppable with snow tires. Everything simple and basic. Impresses the ladies.
Cons: Rust. Limited power. Rust. Brake dive. Rust. Small cab. Rust. Very few accessories, at least in my truck. Rust.
1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Deluxe Extended Cab SBReview
The Most Reliable Pickup That Money Can Buy. —
1992 Toyota Pickup DLX Xtra Cab 2WD Performance The 22R-E engine is a bit slow, but I heard that the 6 cylinder is not much faster. Stock performance from this truck is definitely enough to get any job done, whether its hauling furniture to a dorm room or pulling out a tree stump. The brakes stop the car well, but it would be nice to have ABS as a precautionary measure. Steering and handling is responsive, but it's nowhere near the handling you would receive from a car. Build Quality This truck is very reliable! The repairs are fairly inexpensive and as long as you keep up with the required maintenance (oil changes, oil filter, air filter) the truck should last you for a very long time. Appearance The stock paint on the truck is still glossy from 1992. It's definitely lasted and stood the test of time. The grille is another story. After 430,000 miles, the original grille starts to lose the shiny metallic luster. Body wise, this pickup looks like your average-joe, run-of-the-mill truck. Cost of Ownership The 4 cylinder, 2WD definitely saves gas. with a 13.7 gallon tank, I get about 350-400 on a tank. City mileage is a bit low, but driving on the highway, I average about 31-33 MPG. Fun Factor Trucks are trucks. I suppose you could have fun going off roading in a 4X4, but it being a 2WD, it has to stay on the paved asphalt. More horsepower and better handling would be great, but for a 1992 truck, the drive is very responsive. I wouldn't say that driving the pickup is fun, but the peace of mind and reliability you get from driving one is definitely a plus. The 1992 pickup is a very sturdy, solid, and reliable truck. I inherited this truck from my uncle 2 years ago with 397,000 miles. Presently, at 430,000 miles, the truck is still running like a champ. It definitely has its pros and cons, but is a very practical, useful, and desired truck - especially now with gas prices soaring at $5 a gallon.
Pros: Reliability, great MPG, awesome hauling capacity, crampped, but legal seating for 5, cheap to repair, solid and unkillable workhorse.
Cons: Not much power, the seating is a bit cramped for backseat passengers, the oil filter is difficult to remove.
1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr SR5 Extended Cab SBReview
Amazing Mileage. — Toyota's great. This truck gets 33 mpg (with a little bit of timing and gearing adjusting)!!! Otherwise it's your basic, itsy bitsy extended cab. The red color is kind of unappealing, and the topcoat is peeling, and the "TOYOTA" decal peeled off the tailgate, but this truck is all about the reliability of its 22-RE and 5-speed mileage. This truck does not have 4-wheel drive, but is rear-wheel.
1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Deluxe 4WD Extended Cab SBReview
Does Everything Any Other Truck Much Newer Will Do But Without The Expensive Parts Replacements And Breakdowns. — I have followed Jeeps, Chevies, Fords, Dodges, and all other makes of trucks into all sorts of situations, and I've found that my old Toyota truck will take punishment better than any of them. I wouldn't take anything for my truck. I take care of it, but I ask a lot of it too. I love it. I love it. I love it. I may never drive an American truck again, and God knows I used to LOVE my Ford.
Owner for 2 years, 0 months
Miles Driven per Year:20,000
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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
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
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
They don't make 'em like this anymore. No fancy parts. No computer codes. Reliable, easy to troubleshoot and cheap to fix. I paid $2200 for this truck 10 years and 100,000 miles ago. It has required v... Read More
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