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  1. Recently, I saw a hot post on Twitter. Japanese netizens asked an interesting question, "Does your country have a Toyota?" It seems that the netizens' options are affirmative. In the comments, I read an interesting story. Toyota's first real mass production car was born in 1936, the Model AA, but it is not so much development as the assembly of the first mass production car. The chassis and gearbox are directly copied from a Chrysler model. Other parts of the body are mostly made of MG and Ford parts, of course Toyota has also cast some of it itself. The body design completely imitates the Chrysler Airflow. As for the reason, the founder Kiichiro Toyota knows that his factory does not yet have the ability to design new cars, while the Chrysler Airflow design is a few years ahead of that era and can develop itself for Toyota. Leave more time for the appearance of the car body. It seems that the first step to success is to rely on the achievements of the predecessors. Knowing that learning and innovation are an important factor for Toyota's success. I hope that car manufacturers in some countries will not only know that they are copying cars from other countries. Although it may not be practical, I still look forward to one day Toyota can make a scooter like Honda Scoopy or Honda PCX.
  2. 2021 Toyota Innova videos& info I am most satisfied with it in two places! 😝😝 A comfortable space While providing versatility, Toyota did not compromise on comfort. This car offers first-class comfort. First, compared with other vehicles in this segment, the vehicle has significantly less body roll. The ground clearance of the car is 193 mm. Satisfactory fuel As expected from diesel, Innova can still achieve impressive fuel economy data even with relatively heavy weight. With two people, we can reach 18.7 km/L when driving on the highway at an average speed of 90 km/h. Is anyone looking forward to the 2021 Toyota Innova?
  3. Unique car https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TVCUNKxqkk&t=6s
  4. I recently bought a 1993 stock toyota corolla dx wagon aka toyota corolla ae103 as a family car but the engine is to far gone and im looking to put in something more powerful than its stock but with as little modifications as possible, like maybe just change out the engine brackets but nothing major ( a drop out-drop in situation pretty much) any advice on what engine i can put in? This is the car btw https://images.app.goo.gl/CE9iBS52mJyMdLyJ7
  5. I’m looking to purchase a used AWD crossover or suv. I want a runner, something that’ll last 200,000+ with proper upkeep of course. Something with good gas mileage, mid 20s and above. I don’t want to spend more than $10,000 but also want it to have less than 100,000 miles on it currently. I don’t have a preference for year. So far I’ve been leaning towards Rav4, Highlander, and CRV. Any suggestions are appreciated!
  6. How much would you pay for a 2004 Avalon XLS with 185,000 miles? It's in good mechanical shape, known ownership lineage, bit beat-up on the bumpers but only cosmetic
  7. I found a 1997 Toyota Tacoma with 130.000 miles on ebay. I'm planing to use it for haling stuff. Should I buy it?
  8. If the so-called most dominant SUV in the country is Toyota Fortuner, the Nissan Terra seems a powerful and truck-based item offering certain features that the Fortuner doesn’t. Which is the better SUV? To answer that question, let’s get this Nissan Terra vs Fortuner comparison with Philkotse! As to size, the Nissan Terra is the wider and longer one, sharing the same height with the Fortuner and acquiring a higher ground clearance for better off-roading. In terms of styling, though both SUVs sport bold presence, the Fortuner looks much sleeker and modern in contrast with the Terra with more brusque aesthetics. When regarding seating, both SUVs can comfortably accommodate seven people on leather-clad seats. Particularly, the second-row seats on the Nissan Terra can be folded down with a simple push of a button for easily accessing the third row. Meanwhile, the top-spec Fortuner has ability to load large items. In terms of safety features, both the Toyota Fortuner and the Nissan Terra appear evenly matched, with a similar complement of airbags and ISOFIX anchors. Specifically, the Fortuner anti-lock brakes, traction control and trailer sway control. Meanwhile, the Nissan Terra 2020 appears with the Nissan Intelligent Mobility suite that includes hill start assist, hill descent control, and a lane departure warning system for greater off-road ability Above are some brief information of the two models, let’s gain more specific details about price and specifications right via the comparison the Nissan Terra vs Toyota Fortuner !
  9. Which car is better, Honda Civic or Toyota Fortuner? They have similar prices, but what's the difference?
  10. Serious issues with my 2008 Toyota Sienna. Could someone help me out. Got a call from my wife last night and the minivan stopped driving before she got home. The engine didn't shut off, it just wouldn't accelerate and only glided to a stop. She limped it home over about 1 mile, having to glide it to the side of the road 4 more times on the way. After it would sit for a few minutes with the engine off, she would start it again and it would drive for a bit further and then the accelerator became unresponsive again. Today, I went out to try it out. I warmed it up for 10 min to check the transmission fluid. Checked the transmission fluid and it's a thick reddish-brown slog and it's over the maximum line. When I put it into drive to get it up the hill into my garage, it just rolled backward into the road. No response in reverse, no response in drive. I turned the van off for ten minutes and then went back out and started it again. I put it in drive and it went into gear and right up the hill and into the garage. I shut it off before any more trouble. Just checked the engine coolant and the coolant has turned into a thick, greyish mud. Like I said, any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  11. Do you think that the car community/hooning culture is over represented in accident statistics? Why? What would you say in defense? What is more prevalent and why do you think we hear about it less? Im writing a research paper and would really appreciate some input!
  12. Hi, my name is Jack and I have just turned 17 and am going to be buying a car soon. I am considering either a VW Golf or Mitsubishi Colt (I'm not sure which just yet). When I get a car I would love to modify it. However, I'm struggling to find a job to pay for parts, so whilst I look for one I'm trying to make a little money to go towards the modifications. I just set up this store on redbubble.com called Jaxx Apparel (I'll attach a link) and it would be great if you saw this and bought something from the store so I can raise enough for a few mods! Right now it is just JDM car designs on there but if you would like to suggest something that isn't on the store please go ahead and do so and I may add a design based on your suggestion. There are all sorts of products ranging from T-shirts to stickers to shower curtains 😂. If this works I might make an Instagram page dedicated to my journey. Also if anyone is willing to help me in improving my understanding of cars please let me know and I'll add you on Instagram or something. Thanks for reading and I hope you consider helping me out.😁 Some examples of what the store offers are attached. Store Adress: http://www.redbubble.com/people/jaxxapparel
  13. I'm working on my fathers second gen Tacoma its a 2005 4x4 with a 1GR-FE. I replaced 2 of the brake lines that had been rusted and leaking I also replaced the master cylinder. I just cant get the pedal feel to be consistent I've been over all the brake lines there no leaks. I've bled the lines like a thousand times but even when I made progress the system would just take on air again and not hold a good brake pedal feel. Is it possible for air to get into the system without fluid leaking out? I used a fitting on one of my brake lines that I think may not have been a perfect fit even though it doesn't leak and felt like a good fit is it possible air could be entering through there somehow? I had also questioned if air could be entering around the front bleeder screws because on one of the front calipers I had a series of bubbles come out that was definitely greater than the volume of the brake system. I cant find a leak anywhere and even driving it and watching the fluid level I don't seem to be losing any fluid at all. Thank you all in advance for any help you can offer.
  14. The Toyota Vios or the Hyundai Accent are the two most popular models in the B-Segment Sedan market right now and in the past as well. Wonder which comes out on top? Let’s start with Toyota Vios vs Hyundai Accent on Philkotse.com! With regards exterior, the Vios is a much wider. About styling, I would prefer the Toyota Vios because of its new design whereas the Accent in sedan form does look good. The higher trim variants of the Vios also come with fancier stuff like larger allow wheels, a pair of fog-lights, and a rear spoiler. In terms of interior, both the Vios and the Accent have USB and AUX ports, Bluetooth connectivity, hands-free calling, AM/FM radio and a decent sound system. All variants of the new 2019 Hyundai Accent only comes with a 3.8” LCD Display Radio with a USB and AUX port. On concerning engine and performance, I consider the Vios falls short. Particularly, the current Hyundai Accent comes in two engine options: a 1.4 liter Gasoline and a 1.6 liter Diesel. On the other hand, Toyota Vios appears in a 1.3 liter and a 1.5 liter. In conclusion, pick a CRDi Accent should you be more adventurous. Otherwise, opt for the Vios if you prefer on-board entertainment. For exhaustive comparison, move on to Hyundai Accent vs Toyota Vios comparison!
  15. Hi all. I have a 1984 Carina AT150 with 3ALU engine. It was running with a replaced electric fuel pump since the day I bought it. It s original mechanical pump was broken. Since I wanted it to run in the original way, I bought a new mechanical fuel pump, which is not OEM probably. I installed it correct and re adjusted the float bowl valve so that fuel level inside the bowl will remain within limits. At the beginning it did not work. Not a drop of fuel out. Later I used my old electric pump to prime the mechanical pump and then removed the electric pump. Then it was working fine. Fuel outlet gave a good stream of fuel. I ran the vehicle for few kilo meters and then it stop. I happened to find that the pump is not pumping fuel any more. Once again I primed the pump and same thing happened. I primed the pump for like 5 times and I end up in same problem. Is this pump out of order? But it is new. I used a transparent tube between pump and filter. I happen to notice that air bubbles are drawn towards the pump. Could this be the problem? Should I make sure that no air is drawn in to fuel lines? But even if I make sure that no air is drawn, what happens when fuel vaporized once kept sit for a while? Won't there be air trapped inside fuel lines? Shouldn't the pump be able to deal with it?
  16. Hey guys, Im 13 and am new to this wonderful community.My dream is to own a toyota supra mk4 and mod the heck out of it.I have auto mechanics in my family and they could help me a lot.This is just a dream but if my supra has like 800+ hp am i still a ricer if i give it butterfly doors for the luxuy effect and aventador tail lights because they look kinda cool?
  17. The local mid-size pickup truck scene has been dominated by these 2 behemoths: Hilux vs Strada. Can you guess which one is better? In terms of exterior, the 2020 Mitsubishi Strada GT and the Toyota Hilux Conquest are well-designed, carrying a bold presence with their hefty dimensions. The Strada looks stunning with smaller LED headlamps and larger flood lamps. The bed also leads its class in total length, optimizing loading capability and interior space. Meanwhile, the Toyota Hilux also features LED fog lamps and headlamps as well as Daylight Running lamps. You can also find a sports bar mounted on the rear bed for all off-roading capable vehicles. As regards interior, the Mitsubishi Strada GT and the Toyota Hilux Conquest offer proper amenities for occupants to both enjoy and marvel at. The Toyota Hilux Conquest’s interior sports logically placed buttons and switches, together with the leather-wrapped steering wheel and some soft-touch plastics on the door trims. On the other hand, the Mitsubishi Strada GT features a full leather interior seats, which instantly makes it a tad better already than the Hilux Conquest. Both of these trucks are powered by the most advanced diesel engines available in the Philippines. The Toyota Hilux 2019 produces 177hp at 3400 RPM and a spine bashing 450 Nm of torque. Mitsubishi, powered by a smaller displacement 4N15 MIVEC Diesel engine, generates 181 hp at 3500 RPM and 430 Nm of torque at 2500 RPM from a smaller 2.4-liter engine. To ensure full criteria along with price and safety features for proper estimation, move on to Toyota Hilux vs Strada 2020 comparison on the Philkotse.com for more news!
  18. To uncover which is worth your budget to purchase as a family MPVs, here’s the comparison between the Mitsubishi Xpander vs Toyota Innova that is suggested on Philkotse! When it comes to dimension, the Xpander has a slightly longer wheelbase than the Innova, which results in a better ride and a more stable sense of speed. Stepping into the inside, the Toyota Innova 2020 is wider and taller, providing better legroom and headroom for eight passengers, which definitely surpasses the Xpander. As to the suspension setup, the Mitsubishi Xpander packs a torsion bar rear suspension for a softer and cushier ride, while the Innova J has a more versatile four-link suspension and a more robust suspension setup. The Innova has been an ideal choice as a family vehicle because its engine is regarded “indestructible” no matter whether gasoline or diesel. Thanks to the considerable torque as well as the durable suspension setup, the Innova possesses great off-roading ability. On the other hand, the Xpander 2020’s engine can produce 103 horsepower and 141 Nm of torque while the Innova is decidedly more powerful with 136 horses and 183 Nm of torque. However, Xpander achieves a better fuel economy at around 9.4 km/l in city driving whereas the Innova J returns around 7.7 km/l. As regards safety features, the Innova offers a knee airbag in addition to the dual front units, despite lacking an engine immobilizer which the Xpander possesses. The Xpander GLS Sport still has two front airbags, which is already far outpaced by the Innova 2.8 V's full complement of curtain, side and knee airbags. For more exhaustive details about price and specifications, let’s move on to Mitsubishi Xpander vs Toyota Innova comparison!
  19. So i bought this 91 corolla about 10 months ago for a daily. For the first 3-4 months it ran perfectly fine. Then one day it died whole idling. i started it again and it ran and drove fine for about 30 minutes, it then started violently cutting out for a little but would never die. I decided to turn around and go back home.. but it died as soon as i came to a stop beside the road. finally got it to start again and made it a little ways just to have it die again and would never start. got towed to a mechanic. they replaced the distributor. it ran totally fine for a few months again. then the cutting out started again. it would run fine for a week but then suddenly start cutting out. finally got bad enough it wouldn’t even start. i replaced the ignition coil and it started perfectly and ran perfect for about 100 miles. then started cutting out again. i’m back at square one. could be possible that a rat got into some wiring but everything else works perfectly fine. anytime i take the ignition coil or distributor apart it runs for a little afterwards so seems like it might have something to do with that. anyone have any ideas where to start?
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