5 with CD to be the better.

But when it comes to the engine, then strict EU regulations make the 1.

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6 and when compared with all model ranges, then this is the most popular petrol option.

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So what are the thoughts of Toyota switch to turbo engines from NA's in terms of Reliability Toyota has always had reliable turbo engines. 4 Triton.

A friend of mine has the 1.

Natural Aspiration.

(This is average and could happen sooner or later, mine happened at 80k fuel pump, turbo solenoid). .

Yes and No. The engine is connected to an eight-speed.

The main reasons for this popularity include decent economy, relatively good reliability, high traction and power of these engine To date, one of these turbo engines rightfully belongs to a six-cylinder biturbo assembly 3.

The turbocharger adds more torque at lower RPMs. I also know several Hyundai owners who say that 10 years and no problems. .

By their own words, Honda tuned this engine "to last hundreds of thousands of. 6 and when compared with all model ranges, then this is the most popular petrol option. The 2. My 300D has 283k on it and isnt even close to croaking. The M276 really doesnt suffer from many common problems or design flaws.

Toyota has achieved an impressive maximum ground clearance of 9.

Oliveiraz33 5 yr. Personally I find the non turbo 2.

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Based on your driving habits (seems like you arent necessarily an enthusiast who enjoys spirited driving, you will get better mileage and everything you need out of the non turbo.

Toyota has achieved an impressive maximum ground clearance of 9.

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5 with CD to be the better.