So let’s check those used prices shall we?
Just got it back after getting a new rear bumper put on.
Also evident is the lesser known Door Handle Consumption
Ruined the quarter panels, altered the suspension, and found a couple,”exciting” this that need to be fixed. More after the jump.
Apparently that side swipe damage was actually a side impact.
Parked in my usual spot in the shade and away from the door at Target, and I found myself in good company with this LC500. Nice.
1uz turbo noises inbound, only the finest China dashcam audio too, figured somebody might enjoy this.
Going against the grain and my own username about two months ago I made the uncharacteristically prudent decisions to buy not an esoteric European GT coupe or sketchy modified truck or something with a turbo but instead a nice practical Toyota hatchback. At the time it had 94,000 miles and I paid $5,700. Here are my…
The sunroof started to act up on my LS430. Randomly opening and not wanting to close. I pulled the fuse until I could get it sorted.
Got busy with moving, spent the past 3 months commuting 160 miles a day for work and its finally over. I’ve forgotten how nice living on the Power grid is, no more dirt roads, no more wrenching in the mud and rain!
Had this as a loaner while my car was getting serviced.
I was given the idea to put all the press cars I am getting, have gotten, and the articles I have written on them in one continually updated post. If you have any questions on vehicles in the past or future, please feel free to comment. So, here you go!
Ran flawlessly doing 170 miles yesterday, cranks but won’t fire this morning. This being my 3rd sc400 I expect nothing less.
Sc400s had power steering and hydraulic fan oil coolers (hydro fan being the little radiator) but nothing for engine oil. The next gen uz’s had a water to oil heat exchanger.
3am, middle of the highway. Noticed it maybe 1 second before hitting it, cruise control was set at 70, I got down to maybe 50 when I hit.
This is a Lexus crossover so small, it could have been a hatchback. Yes, it’s smaller than the NX, and may or may not be a fancy version of Toyota’s Juke knock-off. But of course it’s suicide in America’s entry luxury market to call something a hatchback. So there’s acres of plastic cladding on what would have…