How to Get a Free Used Toyota (in Excellent Condition)

How to Get a Free Used Toyota (in Excellent Condition)

How to Get a Free Used Toyota (in Excellent Condition), DIY and car review with Scotty Kilmer. How Toyota Took Over American cars and Beat Chevy, Dodge and Ford. Everything you need to know about Toyota. Are Toyotas the best cars to buy? Should I buy a Toyota? Are Toyotas reliable? Does Toyota make good cars? Car Advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 52 years.

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Torrey In New York City says:

I love that car!

Sky Lan says:

The card is not inserted.

Paul Forde says:

Hi Scotty I,ve had 2 Toyota windoms as I live in New Zealand and we import right hand drive cars from Japan by the thousands every year.
They were great cars. I ,ve been enjoying your videos for a couple of years now. I look forward to hearing from you from Tennessee when you move.
Regards Paul.

Rogy Doj says:

The used engines from Japan was a big thing here in Australia but the caution was that because they had only putt putted in them, you basically needed to treat them like a brand new engine and "run them in again" A minor inconvenience for the money if it was actually a thing.The other problem with grey imports is that sometimes they don't have ADR compliant bits like side intrusion bars in doors etc.That car was in mint condition though.
They tend to treat them like a member of the family compared to most other places in the world.

abc123 * says:

Every yr in Japan In January they toss brand new furniture out and buy new. They are afraid demons attach to it all after one yr!!! Lol swear! Rent a moving truck and go get whatever you want at the curb!!!!!

croissantmania says:

0:36 is it the owner of the car?

SeanPopify says:

Californians… Bad news, grey market vehicles have to go through thousands of dollars worth of testing to register the darn things. Another reason to move to Tennessee ourselves!

dano says:

when you were driving it and talking about how well it shifted, it then downshifted and it sounded like it spun the tires!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wow!!!!!!!!! runs great!!!!!!

All You Can Eat says:

I would buy this vehicle but I already have 1 too many female backseat driver…

paulparoma says:

Scotty, you forgot to mention a vehicle imported into the US needs to be at least 25 years old.

TommyBoyZ says:


Tony Maietta, Sr. says:

Hey Scotty. Did you pass a Geiger counter over it while checking it out? Fukushima, ya know? Ha!

john brown says:

Try getting body parts, subtle design differences can be a problem, just don't pay too much.

anthony calandra says:

Can someone drive legally in the US with the steering on the the right side?

Lyle Duragos says:

Hey Scotty, what do you think about a ‘95 Celica GT-Four with 110k miles and standard transmission for $11k?

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