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  1. I've just bought the T180 on a 06 plate with 121k on the clock for £1500. If you wanted more bhp that seems the easiest way to do it.
  2. Hi all. New to this forum and new Toyotas. I've just had to get a new car at short notice after my Mondeo failed in a very expensive way and I've been lucky enough to get an Avensis D4D T180 Estate. It's a 56 plate of 121,000. It's had dealer servicing up to a 101k and then nothing, so I figure I need to give it some TLC if I'm to keep it going. Thing is my finances are stretched to the max, this was a rather unplanned purchase and I'm hoping to start doing the basics myself, even if I have to use the garage for other stuff. Did an oil and filter change on my Mondeo, but that's as much as I've done. What tools would you say you need to do Oil, Oil Filter, Air Filter and Fuel Filter change. What else should I be looking to do or have done for me? It got a 12 MOT by the garage that sold it to me and they put on two new pads, but looking at the discs they will need doing before the next one. What extra tools would I need for them? I know there are loads of YouTube videos showing how to it, but sometimes it's good to have a list to at least start with..