That's why my folks have always driven Toyotas. My Father's 4Runner (1998) has over 300K on it and my Mother's 2001 Corolla has 160K. The 4Runner went to 260k on the original brake pads and clutch. We also had a 1993 Camry (5MT) that was killed at 180k when my little brother rear-ended someone but even then it still ran like new. They change the oil *maybe* every 10k miles and all cars are manual trans. They just keep on going!
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