2010 toyota 4runner
2010 toyota 4runner questions and answers
Q: Where can I buy OEM 2010 Toyota 4runner 17x7 wheels.?
Where can I buy OEM 2010 Toyota 4runner 17x7 wheels other than the dealer.
A: if you want oem go to the dealer
Q: 2008 Lexus GX or 2010 Toyota 4runner?
It has come down to two cars that I like and I really cant decide which on I want. So I thought I would see what you thought. I have looked at the consumer reports for both of them. The 4runner has better reports then the Lexus. I don't know which one to pick. They are pretty much that same SUV if you are looking at the specifications but the 4runner is more rugged and the Lexus is more county club.
A: NEITHER. THese vehicles are death traps and are unsafe. They are not engineered well, not built well, You can put all the bells and whistles on piece of garbage and its still a piece of garbage. Dont believe everything you read. Consumer reports and JD Power has us all brainwashed that these are good vehicles. The media is has a price and toyota paid it. THIS IS A FACT
Q: will the 16" wheels from a 2010 toyota truck fit a 97 4runner?
A: Sorry but no.
Q: TOYOTA RECALL QUESTION on OLDER MODELS...............?
I am thinking about buying a 1996 Toyota 4runner. After purchasing the car from a private owner, if I discover a problem that is directly related to one of the recalls, is it still possible to have the dealer fixed the issue in 2010? Will the dealer or Toyota say, "it has been over 14 years and your issue is not recall related, but just a normal tear and wear" ? I guess what I am asking is for how long can he hold the dealer responsible for fixing a recall issue after they announce it.
A: The 96 4Runner has 5 recalls on parts for it, 3 being listed for aftermarket parts. Toyota doesn't charge to repair any of the defects you bring in thus far(ie. brake master cylinders), so if you buy the vehicle you can still take it in to get it looked at. I'd just bring in a sheet with whatever recall bits you're concerned about, or call them ahead of time and they can search it out from their database.
Q: Jeep Patriot/trade in car question?
Hi, I am almost 16 and am looking to purchase my first car. My dad gave me his 1996 Toyota 4Runner Limited. The car is in fairly good condition, only thing is there is rust on the bumper which has been fixed before and can be fixed again. It has leather seats, air conditioning, a radio, anti lock breaks, airbags, and a sunroof. It does however have 132,000 miles on it. He said I could use it until I have enough money to pay for the car I want. I would like a 2010 Jeep Patriot, customized it is about 21,000. I know Chrysler/Jeep is going through financial troubles, and my question is how low would I be able to bargain with Jeep for the Patriot (factoring in my trade in 4Runner)? Also, what are some tips to bargain with Jeep? I am not too anxious to get the car, it would be a great help for me to drive to school, marching band practice, and crew (rowing team) practice. My grandmother is having surgery soon (she lives 45 minutes away), and I would ideally like to have my Jeep in time so I could drive down in the winter/spring of next year and help her out. Sorry, this explanation is long- I digress! Thanks so much! I know, my parents will be present for the whole process.
A: Being that you are 16 it is unlikely that any car dealer will deal with you only. Contracts with minors are unenforceable, there's nothing to prevent you from agreeing to purchase a new car, taking delivery, driving for as long as you can without making a payment, then renouncing the deal. There is no penalty for you in that situation, only risk for the dealer. You will need to get an adult to actually purchase the car from the dealer. That being the case, you should find an adult who is experienced in bargaining with dealers, and go along and observe the entire process, to learn as much as you can for the future. I didn't say be present for the whole process, I said that no dealer in his right mind will put your name on a deal that he's making. The deal will be with your parents or whatever adult is there, not you. If your parents want to transfer the car to you afterward, when they get clear title to do so, they may, but that's between you and them, not you and the dealership. After you turn 18, and can legally enter an enforceable contract, then it's a different story.