straight cash homie
Why didn't you drive a Toyota before? I think you were mostly driving European makes before right because of the family business? They're definitely more of a 'headache' but there are many that still enjoy them despite their quirks.On a Toyota forum you know we are biased, but unlike other forums, the gripes are minor compared to other brands. I know my Highlander is not at the top of the scale for new frills. But this old dude wants a solid car and not something that will give me fits down the road. Build quality is fine or as good as many. We know the new HL is evolutionary verses revolutionary. That is what we buy into. We buy into owner retention, too. Subaru, Honda and Toyota seem to have many owners who keep their cars. But that survey is not about that. It is about the fine, working today things, which they nit pick to rank a tight field. Some car will be first, another fifth and one last. Proof is always in the pudding. For me, there is a lot of Toy in my Toyota. Ruby sleeps a lot in the garage. Ruby has not gone out the wet in the last few weeks. Ruby got wet one day on accident a month or more ago then detailed and now sleeps. We all are hanging home these days. Let’s hope we all get through this, the sun shines again and we all can get back to enjoying our Toy(ota)s.