A good padna of mine has a new 110 pickup... its just over one year old now. So far so good regarding its performance and dealer service. No creeks or rattles despite being used for work everyday, and we've done quite a bit offroading (maybe mudslinging is a better word) in it too.
Only complaints: the stock speakers are utter crap. This was fixed by using original sized 2 way speakers... he also plans to put a small woofer behind the backseat. Other complaint is the first gear is totally useless on the road... so we jus start out in second from standstill... the engine has more than enough torque to do this comfortably. Traffic jam is the achilles heel of any manual vehicle, but the weighting of the steering, clutch/gear change and other control allows for relaxed use in everyday driving
I'm so impressed with it, I too am considering getting a 90 wagon in the future, finances permitting of course
... they might be expensive to buy, but 25 years down the road they'd still be going strong... can't say the same for the asian 4x4's *ducks from flying stones*
, I hear you on the Land Cruiser... thing is Toyota sells them wayyyyyyy too expensive here... I heard the new LC79 'troop carrier' models that gov agencies have, cost upward of 600K a piece... and that's with the crappy 4.2 N/A diesel, as opposed to the turbo version, or the sweet 4.5 V8
Here's the LC that competes with the 90... Jon_One
maybe u could get a quote from Toyota for one