Why am I being tortured so? I should have worked harder.
Impressive! Sounds like she’s ready to retire though.
Look at this thing!!!
Let’s get started!
Yes, you guessed it.
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history.
Spring is here, or at least it is supposed to be. That means it’s time once again for the annual Fredericksburg Toyota Meet.
A Toyota Echo sedan parked outside Walmart with as much Walmart garbage 3M-taped to it/placed in the interior (note the zebra steering wheel cover...) as is physically possible...
(Pardon the flip-phone camera quality / portrait mode...)
Built by GM, sold by Toyota in Japan. It failed. The build quality was bad(surprise!), the Toyota only features weren’t enough, and Japanese buyers didn’t fall for the gimmick. The next vehicle they worked with GM on was the Matrix/Vibe, which of course Toyota built and is still one of the most reliable “GM products”…
Sharing a post from one of the StanceWorks guys.
... at a dealership! NOOOOOO! Let’s see how this turns out. If I’m not satisfied, the two closest dealers to my home will be blacklisted and I’ll be forced to find a private garage.
Basically, I’m posting Toyotas I like for sale.
Toyotas through the years.
With the news of automatic braking assist become a standard “safety” feature for all cars by 2022 and just today Motortrend is reporting that Toyota will have automatic braking on nearly all of their models by 2017 with the exception of the Toyota 4runner, Lexus GX, and more importantly, the 86.
This week I continue my quest to document all of the daily drivers that I have driven, well, daily. SPOILER ALERT: not one of them was a Ferrari. But there were three Porsches.
It would be fun, if I had the time, to write Oppo reviews for all of them...I did one for the M3 and someday I’ll do one for the SQ5. But if anyone has questions about these models, I’ve got answers.
I love Landies. So I’m always checking CL for a nice one. Today however I found this particular version of the 80 series I believe. Anyway, it’s a heck of a price for a low mileage Land Cruiser, but it’s got cancer. Can it be saved?