Killing a Toyota Part 1 | Top Gear | BBC



Jeremy Clarkson puts Toyota’s claim that their Hilux pick-up is virtually indestructible to the ultimate test. Top Gear series 3, episode 5. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToTopGear

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  1. I still don't believe that the fire didn't kill it. Fire will turn any car into a burnt out shell. I bet they put it out themselves

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  2. They completely cut most of the episode. They cut out the part where it was put on a building that was demolished. This is way too short.

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  4. My dad's old F250 had nearly 400,000 miles on it by the time we finally sold it, and it had been driven though a literal tornado. '90s trucks are probably the closest things to street-legal tanks.

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  5. "she was all kinds of messed up. Her frame was twisted, bent, battered, abuse, and wrecked. No one thought of her anything more than a scrap heap. No one thought that she could even remotely have any fight left in her, yet she did. She never quit, she never stopped, for her fight wasn't over yet and she wasn't going to give up."

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  6. Any insurance company would say it's a right off after tapping a wall in bristol.
    Nevermind drowning the thing and setting it a blaze.

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  7. Most old cars are built as tough as this they don’t build them like this anymore

    When the engine flips over these days the engine buckled and breaks out of the brackets. Weak steel, mostly plastic nuts and bolts

    Piss weak stuff these days. Toyota land cruise 79 series maybe the only days still being made that is good quality maybe m….

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  8. is no one going to be amazed that it was in horrible condition and it still survived being dropped from a 240 foot skyscraper?

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  9. Reminds me of my Celica.

    Had a new car, put the Celica away in a moisty garage and forgot about it.
    3 years went by, new battery and it started like it was new.

    30 years that car drove in all sorts of conditions , the only thing i had to replace was the radiator untill the head gasket started to leak 😢
    Its always started in 2-3 ticks, i always could rely on it.

    Sadly i had to get rid of it cause the cost to replace it was to great and i couldn't do it by myself.
    Its still driving today with a new owner.

    Best car i ever had and will have again as a oldtimer in a couple of years.

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  10. Top Gear: Let's demonstrate to the public just how reliable Toyota is!

    …. after every test was complete,

    Toyota Hilux: Challenge Accepted.

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