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Toyota Solara Replacement Struts Information

The Toyota Solara is known as a top-notch family vehicle - keep it in top condition and safe for your family by using only top-quality automobile parts. You and your family need to have a relaxing ride along with enduring reliability; that's why you picked a comfortable cruiser like the multiuse Toyota Solara. It's not surprising that family-minded vehicle owners have it right about how to get the most value for their dollar when seeking out Toyota Solara car and van parts. The rugged appearance and easy maneuvering of Toyota cars offer drivers a quick and secure ride. Toyota very consistently satisfies, with vehicle designs that combine great mileage with the satisfaction of supple handling. The Toyota in your carport was created with quality and expertise; it needs new components of the same top level of reliability. Your car's Toyota Solara Struts provide a dampening function like shock absorbers, yet they also act as support for the vehicle's suspension system. Standard MacPherson variety Toyota Solara Struts swivel side to side with the front axle, unlike the Chapman style utilized for the rear axle. Toyota Solara Struts are quite strong but the interior shock absorbing component can become worn, requiring removal of the whole unit. You chose a performance-optimized car or truck to enjoy its high-end engine power and performance, protect that decision by installing only the best aftermarket parts and accessories. Auto enthusiasts who enjoy optimized car or trucks recognize that there's nothing more vital than installing the most durable aftermarket parts. Our first class parts and customer support give you a wonderful combination of great price, availability and exceptional quality. No matter the part, Struts or the Brake Booster, restoring your beloved car or truck with premium quality parts is the best strategy, time after time. For outstanding service out of your vehicle, you know that great parts create outstanding performance - sells those parts.

Toyota Solara Struts They are available for the following Toyota Solara years: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Solara Shock. We stock struts parts for most Toyota models including Camry, Corolla, Avalon, RAV4, Highlander, Tacoma, Sienna, Tundra, 4Runner, Prius, Celica, Venza, Matrix, Sequoia, Tercel, Echo, Yaris, Previa, MR2 Spyder, MR2, FJ Cruiser, Paseo, Supra, Prius V, Cressida, Prius C, Prius Plug-In, Corona and 86.

We stock these Struts brands for the Toyota Solara: Replacement, Monroe, Moog, Gabriel, Unity, API and TRQ.

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In late 1990's, Toyota decided that its Camry sedans were a little too drab and dull, and it resolved to take the model into the "sporting" arena of car sales. This may sound like the beginning of a sad story, like the one about "The Man who Killed the Golden Goose." However, the resulting vehicle, the Toyota Solara, based on the Camry Coupe of the early 90's, sold fairly well for seven years, and its suspension system had the Camry's strengths and weaknesses. Today, Camry struts are the easier to find than Solara struts, and less expensive, while Solara shocks and struts are slightly more rare and pricier. You can get an idea of who pays the bills at Toyota when you go shopping for Toyota Corolla struts, which can be had for a cup of coffee and a smile, and maybe $200 in some automotive supply shops. Only the high production rates of international popularity can bring the price of parts down that low.

The Basics of Pricing Parts

How much does it cost to replace shocks and struts? The factors that decide the price are the age and popularity of the car, and your location in regard to the production of the part. If you live in Hawaii or Alaska, prices are higher. If you are shopping for the struts to a 1914 Stutz Bearcat, you will pay more than you will for Toyota Camry struts. Beyond the obvious, however is the ongoing dance between popularity and production for vehicles that enjoy only moderate sales. As a vehicle that did not disgrace itself but also did not become a leader in sales, the Solara can offer surprises when it comes to parts replacement.

The Rule of Two Always Applies to Suspension Parts

The final important choice that a Solara owner needs to make about strut replacements on his vehicle is how many to do. Struts should be replaced in pairs, because although you can easily replace one strut or shock absorber at a time, this is likely to damage the alignment and wheel balance of the vehicle after some usage. You should also be aware that front struts are almost always packaged with front shocks when purchased as aftermarket replacements, which tends to add significantly to the cost, even though it is not absolutely necessary to add Toyota Solara replacement shocks when you buy struts. A single rear struts will be the cheapest deal possible. How much does it cost to replace a rear strut? You'll spend about $284 to $385 replacing one rear strut. Two rear struts will be about $466 to $640. For a single front strut, which will probably require you to replace a shock as well, it will be $271 to $375, and for both front sides, $469 to $656. Sometimes great bargains can be found online, if you try leading parts dealers like

Comparing the Best with the Rest

The Toyota Solara was a minor success during its first seven years of sales. The Solara never made history for insane popularity, but it was a solid seller from its 1998 introduction to the phasing out of its second generation in 2008. Gearheads found the car to be dull, but there are fans out there that found the smooth ride and top-down convertible aspect of the car irresistible. That smooth ride was the result of Toyota's strong tradition of great suspension in its sports cars (especially the '85 Celica Supra), and the carmaker definitely applied its experience and expertise in this area to the Solara when it designed the car. You can get an idea of the strength of this model when you compare the ratings of Nissan Altima struts, Honda Civic struts, and Toyota Solara struts in mechanical reviews. Quality always finds a way to rise to the top.

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Very good product and great service from PartGeek!

2001 Toyota Solara Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: Solara guy

Great product and great Servic

2001 Toyota Solara Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: garyein100

replaced both front struts

start to finish about 2 hours

2000 Toyota Solara Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: garyein100

Springs and struts were easy to replace

2000 Toyota Solara Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Great Ride

I ordered a set of these for my 99 Toyoata Solara. I love the new ride and feel of my car after installing a set of these. THe fit was good and everything bolted right up.

1999 Toyota Solara Strut Assembly

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Praveen

Part geek is good. Has the required part for my toyota solara. Beats price of same product from other vendors

2002 Toyota Solara Strut and Coil Spring Assembly