Q: Opinion about 2004 Toyota Tacoma

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What do you think about the generation one, 2004 Toyota Tacoma?

Their trucks can last a really long time. Unfortunately, they are somewhat gas-hogs, but let’s face it--all big trucks are gas-hogs to some extent. None of them are really going to get a great gas mileage when you are driving in town. That’s just how trucks are. They are up in the air and they are not aero-dynamic and they weigh a lot. These cars can also run forever if you take care of them.

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