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Old 04-29-2019, 10:14 PM #16
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No thank you. It looks like the 2019 RAV4
Because it is.
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looks like i'll be keeping my 4th gen for another decade!

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Is 2021 the year the 6th gen will come to market?
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Can we please just have an updated variant of the reliable 1UR-FE V8 in the eventual 6th gen? We promise to never look at those Nissans or Raptors again, it was just a one-time thing, honest
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looks like i'll be keeping my 4th gen for another decade!
Good thing THATS why I got it! haha
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As someone who just traded in his 19 Tacoma with the 3.5L and 6SP tranny, avoid this new crap like the plague.
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As someone who just traded in his 19 Tacoma with the 3.5L and 6SP tranny, avoid this new crap like the plague.
What was your experience with it?
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If this info turns out to be correct, I am really glad I bought a 2019 4 Runner.
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What was your experience with it?
The engine/tranny combo was horrible. Really noisy engine and the transmission never knew what gear it wanted to be in. For example, my friend's 2018 TRD OR almost never wants to shift into 6th at highway speeds. We would be going 75 mph and the truck was still in 5th. He'd have to switch over to sport mode and manually shift it up, then go back to drive. And this was before and after he had it flashed by the dealership. My other friend's 17, he has to hit the ECT button and drive it with that on if he wants to get somewhat normal shifting. He's taken it in multiple times, no fix.

Also tons of reports of engine fuel injectors failing, transmission failing. I am sure these are small number in comparison to how many Tacos are pushed out, but I would still personally steer away for now. I wish I'd done my research.

I also believe this combo leads to a lot of the vibration issues people were complaining about.

As where in the 4runners case, I think it all comes from either alignment and/or balance and tires, a lot of the Tacoma's vibration issues come from the driveline which is a ***** to diagnose.

With my truck I had the "rumble strip" vibration. Literally every single time I would slow down and come to a stop, my truck felt like it was going over those safety strips you see on the side of the road. I was able to duplicate this at the dealership many times, and even the foreman himself came out and agreed that was not normal.

Also go to tacomaworld forums and under the 3rd gen section, there is a list of TSBs that have come out since 2016 on the new Tacos. Take a look at that list. It's massive.

Mine also had excessive wind noise, felt like my window was cracked open every time I was driving on the highway. Was embarrassing having friends/family in my truck with me.

They were never able to get it fixed, and I finally got tired and traded it in for the 4runner.
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Is 2021 the year the 6th gen will come to market?
Last thing I read about two weeks ago was that Toyota is going to combine the 4Runner, Tundra and Tacoma onto a similar platform. Of course the vehicle will all be different but have similar frames and some parts inter-changability. Which makes sense to maximize profit. First the Tundra, then the Taco and finally the 6th Gen Runner in 2023. Which also kind of makes sense because they are still selling over 100,000 runners a year in it's current form.

But I have no first hand solid inside information to back any of this up. So....
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that's nothing new, Taco's and 4Runners have always had some part compatibility since the beginning. They just have different part numbers is the only difference. For Toyoda's sake I really hope they keep the body on frame design. 4Runner is one of the last one's to still have this. Everyone else went to unibody like a crying baby
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that's nothing new, Taco's and 4Runners have always had some part compatibility since the beginning. They just have different part numbers is the only difference. For Toyoda's sake I really hope they keep the body on frame design. 4Runner is one of the last one's to still have this. Everyone else went to unibody like a crying baby
There's no reason to go unibody on the 4runner. They'll kill it off before they do that. The Highlander fills that niche for them.
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