Depends on where you live. I've lived 50 miles from work for a long time, so that was around 500 miles a week, 45 or so weeks per year. Weekends might bring a trip into the city so another 100 there, potentially. Weekend trips could hit another 400, 500 miles; we kept that to once a month. It was nothing to cover >30k per year, at least for me.How do you drive 100k miles in a year? Commuting? Delivery? I cant put more than 10k miles/year if I tried. 5 days/week for 50 weeks makes it 400 miles/day. Sitting that much has got to be terrible for you.
A lot of V6 Toyotas came from the factory with NGK in one bank and Denso in the other
Even some 4-cylinder Toyotas had 2 NGK and 2 Denso plugs from the factory
Good point, I was aware of this on older Toyota's but didn't realize that they did so currently. Maybe we needed to go back further, however going back to 2017 we had no record of them being done.I was just gonna post this. Those plugs could not have been original, Tacoma's come with 3 Denso's and 3 NGK's from factory in the 4.0. And yes copper is OEM for this engine.