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3 Vehicles You Should Buy, DIY and car review with Scotty Kilmer. Cars that are worth the money. Top 3 used cars, trucks, SUVs to buy. Honda Pilot review. Ford Ranger review. Scion TC review. Reliable cars you should buy. Best SUV to buy. Good cars to buy. 3 Used Vehicles That Make Me Want to Sell My Lexus and Buy Them. Car Advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 55 years.
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    @scottykilmer2 ай бұрын

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  • @floorguys0150


    2 ай бұрын

    u cant kill my H2 🙄

  • @joelloco5823


    2 ай бұрын

    Honda power baby 😅😅😅

  • @lauranewbie8765


    2 ай бұрын

    Happy Birthday Scotty!! Hope you have a wonderful day, in company of your loved ones. 🎉🥂🎂🍨🎁 Love your channel! Love your content! 🤗😊😉

  • @kwaza8574


    2 ай бұрын

    Second that!

  • @highbrass7563
    @highbrass75632 ай бұрын

    I worked for Jiffy Lube and I regularly changed the oil on one Honda pilot with 730,000km on it. Something like half a million miles. Absolutely insane. The car just purred

  • @user-fl4kj4dl6f


    2 ай бұрын

    Half a million is 500,000.

  • @frankjesusd


    2 ай бұрын

    @@user-fl4kj4dl6f Read it again.. He said 730,000 KILOMETERS. About 500,000 MILES

  • @brettcarter6189
    @brettcarter61892 ай бұрын

    Nice vid, Scotty. I have both a Pilot and a Ranger. Good vehicles. FYI- The 2003-2015 Honda Pilot has a 5-speed transmission, not an 6-speed; and some of the earliest models were notorious for transmission problems. I think they resolved those problems with the 2006, which is the model I have. It has 210,000 miles and the transmission is fine. All Honda transmissions require consistent fluid changes every 30,000 miles if you want to avoid problems.

  • @nicnoc2000
    @nicnoc20002 ай бұрын

    00:00 Honda Pilot 06:36 Ford Ranger 11:16 Scion TC

  • @floridaeagle


    2 ай бұрын

    good job nicnoc

  • @GTBoyblogcom


    2 ай бұрын

    Thanks mate

  • @jpwrz


    Ай бұрын

    what a GOAT

  • @carguy4243
    @carguy42432 ай бұрын

    My first car was a 94 Ford taurus with that 3.0L Vulcan engine. The engine was excellent, good gas mileage, smooth, quiet, enough power for everyday driving didn't burn a drop of oil. Unfortunately by almost 200,000 miles the rest of the car fell apart around it right before my very eyes lol.

  • @bojow8102


    2 ай бұрын

    I've got an 07 Taurus with the 3.0 Vulcan. Around 112k miles and no major problems so far 👍

  • @zacherybutera4394


    2 ай бұрын

    Did the trans go first

  • @carguy4243


    2 ай бұрын

    @@zacherybutera4394 trans oil seals ac compressor all at same time

  • @escapetherace1943


    2 ай бұрын

    lol can't believe he is recommending them. Depends on where you live I guess but I always expect used trucks to be beaten. Here, regardless of the brand any truck exceeding 10 yrs is a big moneysink. Complete rust buckets barely holding on that are gonna fall apart.

  • @ryanlivingston8119


    2 ай бұрын

    ​@@zacherybutera4394mine did with only 80k miles on it.

  • @CosmicAnime
    @CosmicAnime2 ай бұрын

    My old 1999 Ford Ranger 3L 4x4 was the best, I did everything with it. I hauled, fully loaded, long trips, vacations, customized, it kept on going for a long time. I only sold it because I needed a larger truck. If I had the money and the space, I would buy mine back and keep it for life. The small size is perfect for so many things, its easy to drive around, easy to park, lots of room in the box.

  • @jimrosentreter3408


    2 ай бұрын

    I had a 2001 Ranger with a manual transmission my only problem was the clutches had to have two slave sleeve. Had it for 18 years.

  • @Delulub3ar


    2 ай бұрын

    The Ford Ranger is amazing. My father bought a used 01 Ranger when he graduated high school back in 2004. I grew up with that truck and it’s still running flawlessly to this day at over 270,000 miles.

  • @hypnoticimage9687


    Ай бұрын

    So Ranger was great so did Ford stop making it? If they did, not surprise.

  • @1119jblack
    @1119jblack2 ай бұрын

    I love my wife's 2008 xB. I got it used several years ago for 5 grand. When I found out it had the same engine as the Camry it piqued my interest. The huge back doors were great for getting infants in and out in their cradle car seats. It's light weight and has good power. Very happy with it.

  • @KFowl35
    @KFowl352 ай бұрын

    Your no-nonsense maintenance videos are a true gem!! Thank you!

  • @larryblankenship750
    @larryblankenship7502 ай бұрын

    I bought a 2005 pilot many years ago with 147,000 miles. I drove it up to 247,000 miles. Only did regular maintenance. I sold it to a relative and she is still driving it with over 275,000 miles with no problems and it still burns no oil.

  • @Fred705
    @Fred7052 ай бұрын

    Parabéns Scotty pelos 70 anos de idade! Felicidades e tudo de bom! Forte abraço do Brasil! Frederico

  • @alfredyost7972
    @alfredyost79722 ай бұрын

    My dad has very old Ford Ranger with a V6 engine. The truck is about 25 years old. It has never broken down. My dad takes care of his vehicles. In fact, when my dad takes his Ranger to the dealership for service. People think it is new and want to buy. Yes, it looks that good. Thoughts?

  • @WillyPark


    2 ай бұрын

    My thoughts? I’m thinking we are brothers with different mothers.

  • @Shuki..


    Ай бұрын

    Definitely kudos to your dad for taking care of his car like that!

  • @cabuco2006
    @cabuco20062 ай бұрын

    I bought my Ford ranger brand new in 07 and still have it. only problems I have had with it were two front wheel hubs go bad and a seal on differential. runs like a top. I love the simplicity of it now compared to the newer vehicles

  • @sirkid8553
    @sirkid85532 ай бұрын

    Great video, back when Pilots were well made. I wanted one of the newer ones, but they are prone to burn oil (1QT per 1000 miles....) Honda seriously needs to fix this problem, something they have known by so many customers complaining.

  • @peytonannett4911


    2 ай бұрын

    It's just like all the other manufacturers experiencing this problem... It's a result of using stupid thin 0w oil and 8,000+ mile oil change intervals. Change it every 4-5k and it might not be AS bad but until they stop using water as oil for fuel economy they're gonna burn it

  • @ice2chillzz257
    @ice2chillzz2572 ай бұрын

    Scotty knows his work and is hilarious 😂

  • @WTFFN
    @WTFFN2 ай бұрын

    My child's mother had one when I met her and she went like 5 years not changing its oil driving back and forth from Delaware to Ohio and the engine still works lol😂😂😂 the only major repair has been the clutch

  • @brettcarter6189


    2 ай бұрын

    @WTFFN - Which vehicle does she have?

  • @WTFFN


    2 ай бұрын

    @brettcarter6189 oh the Tc lol what other girl car is on this list 😆 🤣 😂 she probably put about 80k miles on it just topping the oil off when the light came on 😆 🤣 😂

  • @jaesawyer2206
    @jaesawyer22062 ай бұрын

    I have an 05' Acura MDX with the same engine and Trans. All wheel drive. Has 139k still runs great!! Have been following Scotty for years! Love you Scotty!!

  • @richsweeney1115


    2 ай бұрын

    Of course it's a honda...but you have no miles on it

  • @escapetherace1943


    2 ай бұрын

    Acura with less than 300K is gonna run bro

  • @richsweeney1115


    2 ай бұрын

    @@escapetherace1943 my last honda was a 5 spd accord, it has about 370k when it got rearended. Ran perfect. My 5 spd civic SI has almost 300k, runs perfect

  • @escapetherace1943


    2 ай бұрын

    @@richsweeney1115 I sold a 5 speed accord I owned with 390k miles. Thing would go a full 3000 miles without losing enough oil to run. I regret selling that car, funny now I also have a 5 speed civic. Manual shifters for life!

  • @richsweeney1115


    2 ай бұрын

    @@escapetherace1943 my wife had an orange 09 honda fit 5 spd sport, we both loved it, it was an exellent car, and it had a ton of cargo space . Barely ever needed anything but maintaince, she sold it around 220k and it still had the original clutch.

  • @jayhockley8841
    @jayhockley88412 ай бұрын

    Early Pilots had Transmission problems , like the Odysseys . I have had 2 Scion Tcs ( I still have the 2005 ) The 2005 runs great and burns no oil but the 2007s have the oil burning 2.4 ltr motor .

  • @joehall8580
    @joehall85802 ай бұрын

    The b2300 is pretty good on gas, I'd recommend it if you don't travel on the highway a ton

  • @bcjammer87
    @bcjammer872 ай бұрын

    Would love to hear Scotty’s take on the new Pilot

  • @Lucianato2
    @Lucianato22 ай бұрын

    It is NOT easy finding affordable parts for a 1st gen 2005 Scion xB. I'm fairly certain they don't have warehouses full of rear hatches and clutch cables. Had to have clutch cables replaced shortly after I had the clutch master and slave cylinders replaced. The cables took awhile to find. 😬

  • @MrFrostyankles
    @MrFrostyankles2 ай бұрын

    A decent used car here in Minnesota is EXTREMELY hard to come by. Most people are asking anywhere from 40-60% over blue book value if its at all nice. Value cars are almost nonexistent. For example that Scion TC you mentioned are around 14K. For that money you might well get something else new.

  • @gvictor


    Ай бұрын

    I agree with your sentiment except brand new economical small cars these days are 25-30k!

  • @dgriffin6074
    @dgriffin60742 ай бұрын

    You mentioned the decades of cooperation between Ford and Mazda. IMHO, Ford would have been better off rebadging Mazda vehicles e.g. the Mazda 6, Mazda 3 etc. than developing its versions of such vehicle types. Thanks for the background info on Scion; I wondered why Toyota with its excellent rep came out with that brand.

  • @devanrogers3133
    @devanrogers31332 ай бұрын

    First gen Acura TSX is also another one. The problem is the nice ones with lower miles are getting hard to find and over 10k when you can find em.

  • @travisthesalesguru2908
    @travisthesalesguru29082 ай бұрын

    Happy 70th birthday Scotty. Sorry im late. Thanks for all you do. Your videos are my go to at youtube university

  • @laarshegdish6016
    @laarshegdish60162 ай бұрын

    Love this video! I have a V6 3.0L 2000 Ranger with over 360,000 miles on it and still running. Looks like crap, but runs great!

  • @briankasat9711
    @briankasat97112 ай бұрын

    I've heard even some of the recent Pilots (16-19) have unfortunately had some transmission problems.

  • @dalesworld1308
    @dalesworld13082 ай бұрын

    I like how the first vehicle 'you should buy' is the one someone gives you.

  • @jW-gp6tg


    Ай бұрын

    He said he customer got it from his brother. Lots of slow people on this guys page jeeze

  • @cubiculez
    @cubiculez2 ай бұрын

    Regarding the Honda Pilot, here in California it's common to see the 3-Way (not the Federal 2-Way) Catalytic Converters go bad at about 160,000 miles. Consequently, the Check Engine Light (CEL) illuminates and hence you can't get them to smog certify and subsequently can't register these cars in California until the Converters and Oxygen Sensors are replaced. The cost of this is almost prohibitive as Honda no longer stocked these and though they were available thru the aftermarket, the cost for the converters, sensors and labor to install all this was close to $5500. So unless the car was in pristine condition and you were madly in love with it, even though it still ran fine swallowing that amount of money to repair a 15 year old car with 160K on it was a pretty big gulp....BUT....$5500 is a lot cheaper than $35,000-$55,000 for a new vehicle.

  • @komradkolonel
    @komradkolonel2 ай бұрын

    I've known people that owned Ford Rangers and they could hold up, if you maintained them, and that goes without saying. I've go a neighbor with one that has the 2.3 engine with the manual transmission. It's about 30 years old and he drives it all the time.

  • @OnlyMeee-gb5vv
    @OnlyMeee-gb5vv2 ай бұрын

    I was excited when I saw Aisin on the transmission of my new Camry because my old Camry's had the same great transmissions. Then I drove it home. I wondered if Toyota forgot to put fluid in the transmission. The dealer promised me the transmission was serviced correctly. I'll need to depend on their word since I can't check it myself. The dealership mechanic told me the slipping, mis-shifts and searching for a gear were normal and they've gotten lots of complaints but should be fine. After all, I had a sixty thousand mile warranty if it broke. I quit driving it as much to keep from using up the mileage warranty. I'd normally be out of basic warranty before the year was up. The only thing Toyota honored with my new Camry warranty was a plastic pen falling out of a fender.

  • @sspotter1978
    @sspotter19782 ай бұрын

    Honda's are always a good gift. Thanks Scotty!

  • @juanagudelo409
    @juanagudelo409Ай бұрын

    I got a 2004 Honda Crv. Bought that car for 3500 bucks with 136k miles on it. I use it as my work travel vehicle. That thing has 220k miles on it, and it still drives like a charm. No check engine, no transmission issues. Knocking on wood that it keeps driving like this for another 80k miles.

  • @tastefreezzmedia5099
    @tastefreezzmedia5099Ай бұрын

    Bout a 2006 TC scion this year 2023 with 200000 miles for basically 3000 and couldn’t be happier she’s a gem perfect a to b daily driver reliable af, and fun to drive.

  • @rharmon3808
    @rharmon38082 ай бұрын

    Wasn't the Pilot just a redressed Rodeo? I was a technician that worked at Honda's warehouse. I remember my contact calling the Hodeo.

  • @peytonannett4911
    @peytonannett49112 ай бұрын

    Scotty the pilot is most definitely a 5 speed. And there is no turning on and off on the awd. Its always there. Source: owned an 05 for last 7 years

  • @lsiq99
    @lsiq992 ай бұрын

    Scotty, I own a 2015 Civic Coupe, and I’m thinking if I change it for a 2013 GTI 2.0T, or for a 2016 Ford Focus hatchback with M/T, is it reliable? Thank you

  • @burtoncrowell4371
    @burtoncrowell43712 ай бұрын

    The 3L is a very good engine the 4 liter V6 is an absolute Money Pit as it ages because it has a timing chain on the rear and one on the front that we're out the the timing chain guides and you have to pull the engine to replace the rear timing chain components very expensive repair at about 150,000 MI

  • @k24a1_
    @k24a1_Ай бұрын

    scotty with the 2003 honda pilot in this video: "these cars are ultra reliable and the transmission still works." also scotty, in another video: "avoid the 03 and 04 model years of pilots"

  • @ashleyk.4672
    @ashleyk.46722 ай бұрын

    My little Scion xD is nimble, quick, and easy to park with the Toyota 1.8L and 4spd AT. Fun little car and well made, too.

  • @lakota1947
    @lakota19472 ай бұрын

    Keep up the great work scotty!!

  • @TheLizardKing1967
    @TheLizardKing19672 ай бұрын

    # 1 Cheap Vehicle You’d Be Stupid Not to Buy: A 94 Celica

  • @sacramentofoodforest


    2 ай бұрын

    Facts 😂

  • @W900Kamikaze
    @W900Kamikaze2 ай бұрын

    Hey Scotty, what do you think about 2008 Porsche Cayenne with 3.5L engine? and 2002 Benz ML320 ?

  • @rageoricproductions3051
    @rageoricproductions30512 ай бұрын

    Unless you needed an SUV that big it would be better to get a CRV. It has a timing chain that can last the life of the engine vs the pilots V6 which has a timing belt that needs to be replaced every 100k and costs 1k to do. The 2.4 in the CRV strains the transmission less so that would also likely last longer. 1st gen pilots should be avoided as they are made by Isuzu and are not nearly as reliable and tend to rust out as they are body-on-frame construction.

  • @crzzymnn911
    @crzzymnn9112 ай бұрын

    Used to have a black, single cab, mint, ford ranger with the 4cyl and 5 speed and I loved that little truck. Wish I didnt sell it.

  • @karenwinter7701


    Ай бұрын

    …yep…been there 😕

  • @alexmata196
    @alexmata1962 ай бұрын

    I also wanted a scion but they were expensive and thought they were not reliable because Toyota didn’t put their name on it.

  • @jerrettwitherow7150
    @jerrettwitherow71502 ай бұрын

    I have a 2000 ford ranger 2.5 with a 5 speed 310 000 and still runs like a clock original motor and transmission

  • @matthewrosenfield1640
    @matthewrosenfield16402 ай бұрын

    I was selling acuras back during that timeframe. Basically a stripped out MDX. Good trucks

  • @oreally8605
    @oreally86052 ай бұрын

    Got a 2012 9.0 RS Scion xB. Great condition. They still hold their Resale value.

  • @renkhachatoorian302
    @renkhachatoorian3022 ай бұрын

    The best solution the manual transmission. Regardless of the economy situation. It will be reliable and will save on gas, too.

  • @pamspencer5733


    2 ай бұрын

    I'm looking for a manual 🧐Any opinion on Kia Soul ? 2021 is last year in a manual,ty!

  • @dhirst5
    @dhirst5Ай бұрын

    My 2011 pilot has the infamous transmission shudder when accelerating between 35-45 mph. It doesn’t do it all the time and some days doesn’t do it at all. Any recommendations?

  • @mattdalton9672
    @mattdalton96722 ай бұрын

    Picked up a 99 ranger with 118000 miles for $2000. Has some quirks but its reliable

  • @mike567pg6
    @mike567pg6Ай бұрын

    Great video, thanks Scotty

  • @mrgarrison3516
    @mrgarrison35162 ай бұрын

    13:00 "it's all metal, it's not plastic junk", accept the engine came from a yunk-yard 😂

  • @justinsane7128
    @justinsane71282 ай бұрын

    Cigarette lighter, yep that's luxury

  • @sacramentofoodforest


    2 ай бұрын

    Naw cruise control 😂

  • @highbrass7563
    @highbrass75632 ай бұрын

    Scotty I suggest you try and do a video on pontiac sunfire and cavalier coupes! I know you did one in the past and you mentioned you werent a fan if the transmissions in the Cobalts and G5 coupes. But hey, maybe a revisit with a better example xould make for a nice or neat video

  • @luiscastillo7009
    @luiscastillo70092 ай бұрын

    my dad has a pilot 2004 with close to 300K miles, still goin strong

  • @burtoncrowell4371
    @burtoncrowell43712 ай бұрын

    I wanted to reiterate again that there were certain years prior to the one Scotty is showing you that Honda Pilot co-opted with a Zuzu and those things were an endless money pit and a worthless hunk of crap beware the one that Scotty is showing is a good Honda Pilot because it does as you can see have the Honda 3.5 L V6

  • @Seek1stkingdom
    @Seek1stkingdomАй бұрын

    HAHAHAHAH!!! I…. LOST COUNT… of how many times he called the Scion owner a maniac driver!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • @questionsanswers1108
    @questionsanswers11082 ай бұрын

    I love the ford ranger. I have an 05 it is a great truck.

  • @6lemans10
    @6lemans102 ай бұрын

    I remember the road rage Scion!😂😂😂😂

  • @user-hp3cm4pv6j
    @user-hp3cm4pv6j2 ай бұрын

    Great video scotty!

  • @roymeyer6837
    @roymeyer6837Ай бұрын

    The 4-cylinders from those Scions (and Camrys and Rav4s from the same years) are starting to have very common piston ring issues and consume copious amounts of oil. They aren't as good as a lot of Toyota's other engines. Some examples will last like a Toyota should - 300,000 or 400,000 miles and up. But there's a higher than usual percentage (for Toyotas) of catastrophic engine failure with them.

  • @richfarfugnuven6308
    @richfarfugnuven63082 ай бұрын

    Scion was the best bang for the buck in cheap, reliable cars..

  • @brettdemonte6611
    @brettdemonte6611Ай бұрын

    3.5 VTEC?😍😍😍 She’s not even broken in!!!

  • @SchoolYa
    @SchoolYa23 күн бұрын

    Excellent video as always

  • @robertlee6781
    @robertlee6781Ай бұрын

    I have an 08 Honda Element. The engine is bullet proof. I am going to get the trans worked on. Cheaper than a new car. We love that car.

  • @user-wv8rd2om3f
    @user-wv8rd2om3f2 ай бұрын

    My roommate has a 97' Ford Ranger that runs like a clock! Only a repair on the gas tank and has 120,000 original miles 🎉

  • @diehappy3997
    @diehappy39972 ай бұрын

    Toyota wanted to sell cheaper cars without affecting the main brand perceived market value. They can not appear to be too cheap compared to competitors like Honda, or Americans will think it is a cheap car. It does not make sense, but that is the USA market. Like the iPhone or Jeep, Americans think they get more for paying more even though they do not.

  • @kennetworking4525
    @kennetworking45252 ай бұрын

    I love scions ❤

  • @colonel9990
    @colonel99902 ай бұрын

    Had a '96 lllllMAZDA B3000 with 279,000 miles. Trans finally went out at that mileage. It was rusted to bad at that point to put a trans in.

  • @herbertconrad5714
    @herbertconrad57142 ай бұрын

    Scott, what should I be looking for on a 2018 Ford 150 rouche

  • @crosscastle100
    @crosscastle1002 ай бұрын

    Please do your demo of clearing flood water from your engine

  • @OathTaker3
    @OathTaker32 ай бұрын

    I know you're not not very trustful of Fords but I've had more good than bad luck with mine and that's all I've ever owned, like my 79 Mustang with the 2.3 litre 4cyl. with a 4 speed that when I sold it in the early 90's I got $800.00 for it & it had 495.000 miles on it, No Rebuilds just normal service & one carburetor, a few tie-rods & a boat load of water pumps. LoL 😅

  • @stanleywhite2740
    @stanleywhite27402 ай бұрын

    "It's a very quiet car just sitting here" funny

  • @ThomasWBaldwin
    @ThomasWBaldwin2 ай бұрын

    See you in Portsmouth Scotty. Its nice weather all week and the cars in Newport are beautiful!

  • @TheMedRoom
    @TheMedRoomАй бұрын

    Wish this guy was my neighbor 💪

  • @HeyMikeyLikesIt2
    @HeyMikeyLikesIt22 ай бұрын

    Scotty, you made headline news…I start up my computer, open the news…you were 4th on the headline news. Your ECT video was highlighted by The Daily Express US news. Airborne!

  • @robskyle
    @robskyle2 ай бұрын

    If you want a Scion make sure to go to exit 19 in Exeter, NH...

  • @burtoncrowell4371
    @burtoncrowell43712 ай бұрын

    I really wish that you would have also mentioned that the pilots before that one or made by Zuzu and they are an absolute hunk of crap they wouldn't even last 100,000 miles before the engine started knocking and broke I do not remember the exact years that Honda partnered with azuzu but I'm sure that they regret that decision for the next 200 years

  • @mplslawnguy3389
    @mplslawnguy33892 ай бұрын

    How the hell do you downshift into 1st gear going 80 mph LOL? It makes zero sense that you would even move the shifter all the way to the left and up from 5th or 6th gear. That's a questionable story.

  • @coloradoriversurfer5421


    Ай бұрын

    In 4th gear aim for 3rd and then Money Shift into 1st instead. A very money intensive mistake. But at least this guy has Scotty.

  • @TheSilvertrigger
    @TheSilvertrigger2 ай бұрын

    I have my 97 ford ranger thx for the advice scotty!!!

  • @dizzywehby3442
    @dizzywehby34422 ай бұрын

    Ur images u put in r the best I love the owls lol Scotty!!!

  • @RoderikvanReekum
    @RoderikvanReekum2 ай бұрын

    What a GREAT and EXCELLENT video this is and so early aswell 🥇💪🏆👏🇳🇱🥳

  • @FBA-Renaissance
    @FBA-Renaissance2 ай бұрын

    Thanks Scotty 😎

  • @henlohenlo689
    @henlohenlo6892 ай бұрын

    2004 hatchback ford focus manual transmission. was a fantastic car i payed 2.4k for it in 2013 i owned it until 2019 i only gave it away in good condition which was a stupid mistake shortly after that buying cars used spiked in 2020. the car was fuel efficient. drove zippy. and reliable. did all i needed it to do for not a high cost. i did though use it for work and groceries and recreation but i didnt it cross country. if so rent a car. if need haul alot of stuff rent a truck etc. other than that this car was great normal living which is what most people do.

  • @itsbtunes
    @itsbtunes2 ай бұрын

    I love my Scion tC. It's a great car and I take a lot of care of it

  • @DE-qk7fj


    2 ай бұрын

    Had the '08 oil burner brand new until 2019 @ 140K. Kept it stock the whole time. It was our beater , 3 accidents and I changed the EGR valve and alternator once. Took better care of it towards the end and it was still running great, other than burning half a qt oil every 1000 mi. Traded it in for our baby-carryer CX-5. Quite a difference but I miss the considerable torque the tC's had 😅

  • @itsbtunes


    2 ай бұрын

    @@DE-qk7fj the first gen was bad for burning oil. Mine is a 2013 so I had nothing go wrong except for an oil pan leak which I fixed. No accidents, no rust

  • @steveenczi8967
    @steveenczi8967Ай бұрын

    So my 99 Camry 3.0 has head gasket Leak? I’d it worth fixing? Hasn’t overheated

  • @richardlamoreaux8979
    @richardlamoreaux89792 ай бұрын

    It's strange, my 2003 Pilot only has 5 speeds plus torque lockup. Be sure to get the timing belt and water pump replaced regularly, here in the desert we do that every 5 years before the belt starts to crack in the 115 degree summers.

  • @nickortega6148
    @nickortega61482 ай бұрын

    Scotty the inspection sticker is 3 years expired lol!!

  • @legendaryfools6099
    @legendaryfools60992 ай бұрын

    If Scotty’s hands were tied together, he wouldn’t be able to speak

  • @joselaboy3808
    @joselaboy38082 ай бұрын

    Scooty can you give me a report on the best toyota camry I can buy for 5K.i have a 1998camry and it wants to stall when I stop on a red light,maybe I should install or fix brake booster, please help

  • @RossPotts
    @RossPotts2 ай бұрын

    @scottykilmer, I would tell the owner of the first vehicle that his sticker is expired. Looks like it says 11-20. Massachusetts? @13:20, I didn’t get the TC, I got the xA in 2005 & threw in a lot of upgrades to make it a sport version. Still a little rumble bee…

  • @jonathonearl482
    @jonathonearl4822 ай бұрын

    @Scotty Kilmer What are your thoughts on the new 2023 Genesis G90 - Ultra-Luxury Flagship Sedan? It appears to have all main physical controls, gas powered with a gear shifting transmission and a V6 engine. Though it's extremely pricey.

  • @garycoover6070
    @garycoover60702 ай бұрын

    I agree. It's a good idea but it won't work we do not have a power grid set up to charge all of these electric vehicles

  • @geesh8709
    @geesh87092 ай бұрын

    The old Honda pilot transmission will contact the speed sensor and once it is loose like this, your transmission is toast and you can replace speed sensors all day long and they will get destroyed instantly. Don't buy the old Honda Pilots with worn out transmissions. NEVER tow anything with the old Pilot or you will provoke the death of the transmission!

  • @ThomasKing19933
    @ThomasKing199332 ай бұрын

    Smart people don't buy EVs, who agrees?

  • @oreally8605


    2 ай бұрын

    Me!!!! 😊😊

  • @highbrass7563


    2 ай бұрын


  • @patriciachimienti8094


    2 ай бұрын

    Tesla is an electric robo car and it drives me Have it for 5 years now and no problems.

  • @bldmyamean8352


    2 ай бұрын

    Smart and cheap people don't buy EVs.

  • @donsailing1356
    @donsailing13562 ай бұрын

    Oh well…. The chrome pieces on the bumper covers aren’t installed at the factory…. they’re a dealer-installed option…… I’ve not owned a Pilot, but I’ve owned 16 Hondas since 1973. I have a friend with that first Gen Pilot with over 300,000 miles…….

  • @ericvlucht5340
    @ericvlucht53402 ай бұрын

    Transmission slips in Overdrive? Just switch Overdrive off like he says and mount bigger wheels on the drive axle! Works perfect

  • @bernandoturner4840
    @bernandoturner48402 ай бұрын

    I’d buy A Honda pilot.. I know A Lady got one.. looks like it’s straight from the Junkyard but runs great.. that is all Cars & Trucks do is Run’ nomatter what they look like’ if there are Running..😄

  • @Ronick-Q-46
    @Ronick-Q-462 ай бұрын

    Scotty hates Nissan, but I've had my 6 speed box diesel Qashqai for 13 years has been a Great car love it, scanned it with a Autel 808 not one fault code, nothing electric for me, Oh but I do have a electric drill😂.