I have Toyota trucks with 22 R engine. I have the chance to buy a 1989 Toy. truck V6. New engine . How does it rate compared to the 22r? gas mileage? Any recommendations?

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Asked by Nov 10, 2007 at 01:24 PM about the 1989 Toyota Pickup

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stay with 22r great engines.

47,705

Yes, definitely.

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A lot of people will tell you to stay away from the 3.0, but my 88 has it and I love it. I got around 17mpg with it and never really had any trouble out of it. I have never had a 22r so I cant really speak for it.

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the 22r is way better on fuel, where as the 3.0 don't have that much more power. so i would stay with the 22r. They are both dependable though

145

Agreed. 22R

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