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In the spring and summer of 2008, the prices on used cars began to trend upwards. With the economic collapse that followed, many consumers began to repair their vehicles instead of replacing them. This makes financial sense, even for major repairs, which can often be completed at a fraction of the cost that would be incurred with the purchase of a new car. What is considered a major repair? To me, a major repair consists of completely replacing a major system of a car: brakes, suspension, or drive train (engine or transmission).
Toyota’s deserve unique consideration for engine replacement. First of all, they suffer a very low percentage of engine failure when compare to other automotive engines. The only auto producer with more vehicles on the road than Toyota is General Motors, yet Toyotas typically need only a fraction of non-standard maintenance repairs performed on them.

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