My partner just brought a 2005 kluger cvx and he thought there was anchor points for the third row upon looking at it I have seen that there isn't does anyone know if you can get them installed for third row as we need the 7 seats for car seats
I have to agree with this rule of thumb.
Noticing that the engine is idling at lower rpm and acceleration is a lot smoother.
I think that it is mostly due to the recently replaced spark plugs but I have been recently topping up the fuel tank with 98PULP.
100% true, but it's not for everyone unfortunately. I've been a rider since my early 20's and have had several motorcycles past and present and I can tell you that I would not attempt to commute on a motorcycle in today's crazy environment of selfish, entitled assholes who fidget with their phones like it's nobody's business. It's suicide mate.
I only take to the streets for recreation and mostly on Sundays as far away as possible from the metro areas. Get my fix and cruise home. I love my bikes as much as I do my cars. Another weakness of mine.. 😜
I've never been turned on by factory Sat Nav. The constant need to manually update the maps is ridiculous and most people either don't have the time or inclination to do it.
I have successfully lived without onboard navigation for many years and solely rely on Google Maps via my Android Galaxy phone.
It's free and you get real time updated navigation on the fly. It's never let me down or sent me down the garden path like some systems tend to do..
If you get your vehicle serviced at Toyota, as Robert mentioned, you can ask them to help with a replacement SD card, if that's what you prefer, but I don't think it will be cheap.
Save your money, keep the head unit as is and use it for the entertainment and reverse camera and simply use your phone for navigation. Just my two cents.
Have a great day
That depends on what wheels you prefer. If you have a particular set you'd love to keep, then yes get them powder coated, but if your not fussy about which style of wheel, then you can get a "made in China" set from bob Jane for $800.
Quality wheels are expensive and are worth restoring, but the throw away ones I described is the cheapest alternative.