What did you drive before your LC 200 (1 Viewer)

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Pennsylvania
2007 Ford Focus
2014 Subaru Legacy (wife)
2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk (traded the Focus)
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (wife - traded for the Trailhawk; I started driving the Subaru)
2020 BMW x7 (wife)
2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition (traded the Grand Cherokee)

I'm driving the Subaru to work, because the LC200 is too tall for my employer's parking garage...
 
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Urbandale, Iowa
 
 
1972 Chevrolet Suburban 3 door 4x4 (box of 12 Guage shells would fall out through the floor boards)
1986 Pontiac Trans Am (first car purchased)
1988 Pontiac 6000 (died after college)
1998 Chevrolet Lumina (rushed purchase after Pontiac died. Traded for silverado)
2005 Chevrolet Silverado (new, my mom drives now)
2017 Chevrolet Silverado(new, traded for 200)
2011 Toyota Sequoia (kid hauler 94k miles)
1977 FJ40 (restored. 2nd owner. 90k miles)
1997 Lexus Lx450 3Xlock (beast mode)
2021 200 Landcruiser (dream truck)
2019 Ranger 1880MS 200 Merc
1999 Yamaha R6 (student loan)
2005 CRF250X (I miss Colorado)
 

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NC
 
1976 Chevy Monte Carlo
1984 VW Rabbit (I think the doors on the Monte Carlo weighed more than the Rabbit)
1987 VW Scirocco 16V
1993 Honda Civic LX
1995 BMW 525i
1995 BMW 525i Wagon
2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue GLS
1998 Toyota Land Cruiser
2002 Acura RL
2007 Toyota Land Cruiser
2008 Infiniti M35s
2014 Mercedes Benz E350 4MATIC
2016 Chevy Suburban LTZ 4x4
2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
2004 Lexus LX470 (bought for daughter)

Worst car was the Suburban. I traded in 07 LC for new Suburban thinking more room is great and liked a lot of the features it had. Had Suburban for 3 months and was in shop for 2 of them. Had lawsuit against GM. What a piece of garbage. Went back to LC.
 
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Delaware
I bought a 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro and switched out the wheels / tires and added a bed cover with remote tailgate lock. It was going to be my forever truck but after 6 months of driving it I couldn't stand the over sensitive brakes, powerless seat and lack of torque from that new 3.5l V6. Not enough comfort and bells and whistles for the $47,500 I had into it. It was paid for when I got rid of it so it still stings a bit!

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‘72 Buick Skylark (old V8 gas guzzler)>’85 Chevy Corvette (cool very high tech digital dash but the car was a plastic piece of crap)> ’90 Ford Mustang (nice car but transmission acted like it was made with play-doh)>’99 Jeep Grand Cherokee (a truly beautiful SUV for its day, but had problem with dash lights going off while driving at night ugh)>’02 Honda CRV>’06 Honda CRV>’16 Honda Pilot (current car and it was a nice ride but I want something more rugged)>Awaiting ‘21 Toyota LC!!
 
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Raleigh
Ignoring all my "sports" cars - tons of Integra Type R's, M3's, NSX and now a GT3. The Tacoma was my first foray into useful vehicles.

2018 TRD Pro - Auto trans, total trash. Tolerated it for nearly two years and had to dump it.
2020 TRD Sport - Manual. Loved it, great little truck. With a manual, cloth seats and carplay it felt like a vehicle that would stand the test of time.

Unfortunately, the wife can't drive a manual and the cabin was really too small to really enjoy trips with. So the LC was the only logical replacement.
 
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Illinois and Alaska
 
 
Ignoring all my "sports" cars - tons of Integra Type R's, M3's, NSX and now a GT3. The Tacoma was my first foray into useful vehicles.

2018 TRD Pro - Auto trans, total trash. Tolerated it for nearly two years and had to dump it.
2020 TRD Sport - Manual. Loved it, great little truck. With a manual, cloth seats and carplay it felt like a vehicle that would stand the test of time.

Unfortunately, the wife can't drive a manual and the cabin was really too small to really enjoy trips with. So the LC was the only logical replacement.
The A750F in the Tacoma was actually quite good. It was the pathetic V6 that powered it was the problem.
 

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