feropont wrote:I could see on this photo: 2 Fords, 1 Toyota Tacoma at the Yahoo Tacoma 07 runs for 1.25 mills http://tw.page.bid.yahoo.com/tw/auction/b61569617 and looks like Honda Ridgeline.
And I think I had soon to register my restaurant as a business and my wife is taiwanese, so I hope I will bypass the above mentioned requirements.
So wonder if there are anything to choose from, but I never seen Isuzu Trooper twin cab
I still have my Tundra... They do however, have the highest resale value of any of the full size cabs..A much rougher equivalent of mine ( 2004 Twin Cab Loaded SR-5) with three times the mileage just went for 1.2million. The Taco's are slightly cheaper, but much, much smaller.
The extra long wheelbase means that your true rock crawling ability is somewhat limited (I have a 3 inch lift on mine) but for sand, ruts, offroad tracks and water they are surprisingly capable for their immense size.
It is the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned...Hands down. I've had to put on tires, a set of brakes and regular service. The 4.7liter V8 is silky smooth and quiet, the huge moonroof and electric rear window means that for beach days, you are essentially a convertible. I have a soft top on mine as I often need to haul equipment that is higher than the cab, which gives the ability to open it up or fold it away when not needed. I sleep in the back when camping on a queen sized Air mattress, which means I can (and have) cruise right up to the ocean, drive down the beach (where it is not adversly affecting the local ecology of course) and camp self contained in complete privacy...
Foreigners cannot legally own trucks in Taiwan...I ended up forming my own company and then registering it as a company vehicle. Easy if using your spouses name though.
PM me if you need more info...Cheers.