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Toyota Tarago XR 50 (2006-Present)

Toyota Tarago XR 50 (2006-Present) (page 2 of 2)

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martinlv

martinlv

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Good

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CLB

CLBSydney, NSW

Good for families with young children.

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Alan Davies
Alan Davies

Excellent

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I enjoy driving this car, this model is not equipped with too many electric gadgets, it is responsive, toyota reliability and great family car
Go the V6 Tarago. Finally a reliable people mover made with real power - Aurion/Lexus engine. I own the GLX (2007) model, bought near new and its a great car. I have 4 kids (ages 3 to 12) and easy for kids to get in and out - 2nd row has captain chairs (7 seater), rear seats go into floor, comfort plus and I feel safe. Beats my previously owned Chrysler Voyager (2003 model) by a mile.
No trip computer, too much front end power

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I read the Chryslers were real lemons. How was your experience?

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mlw2001

mlw2001Perth, WA

  • 8 reviews
  • 6 likes

OK

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simm_mee

simm_meevic, 3020

  • 256 reviews
  • 42 likes

Good

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a great people mover that has a large enough boot to fit a twin pram, interior kiddie friendly material that is easy to clean after those accidental spills
this is a great people mover, we have brought the 7 seater vesion and i just love the room...great boot space plenty for our pram as having 5 kids ( 3 under 3) i found the boot space in many other cars insufficent to fit our pram.sat nav and inbuilt dvd player along with the foot rests for the middle row of seats make this car a superior car to have. easy to operate door opening by the push of a button and electrical fold down of the back row of seats
you cant fit an additional car seat bolt as it is illegal lucky for us our toddler is heavy enough to go into a booster seat.

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marcb
marcb

The statement about it is ilegal to fit another child restriant is incorrect. You can fit a crab bar in the back providing an additonal 3 child restraints. See your 4wd specilist for this

S.P

S.PAU

Excellent People Mover.

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ibidonstuff

ibidonstuffsdfe, 3455, British Virgin Islands

  • 84 reviews
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Terrible

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Questions & Answers

Jane G.

Jane G.asked

Tarago XR 50 (2006-Present)

My tarago was working fine,sat on lawn for awhile battery had died recharged battery tried to restart and it wouldn't crank over it trys to but won't. I hear everything come on like normal when I turn key on....it was low on fuel i tipped more fuel in from jerry can after doing so i realised the funnels nozzle had dirt in it could dirty fuel cause this? Any ideas? Prior to all this it was running fine

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Karl B

Karl Basked

Tarago XR 50 (2006-Present)

I have a 2010 model with 215/55R17 tyres(as designed- low profile). Has anyone tried a a more standard size style to provide more width on the wall. Having issues with puncturing with collecting traffic islands / gutters.

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Eliseadh

Eliseadhasked

Tarago XR 50 (2006-Present)

I have 2015 4cyl GLX model, bought new in Feb. It is very comfortable and easy to drive. One annoying problem is sometimes when I take the foot off the accelerator to turn a corner when I need to depress the accelerator again nothing happens. I have to depress the accelerator twice to get power. Does any other Tarago owners have this problem?

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Ryan
Ryan

Actually it also happened to my wife's Tarago Ultima V6. Felt like the transmission loss traction and went into neutral temporarily... Not a good sign.

Eliseadh
Eliseadh

Was your wife's Tarago able to be fixed?

random
random

what are the car mileage ? over 300K and an increase of power during the uphill drive?

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