I have 45,000 miles on a 98 ext. cab,
auto, a/c.... I tested the back seat on
the new Tundra and I, nor any of my
family members could not fit in the
back. The dealer said perhaps Toyota
made a slit error in designing the
Tundra back seat. The T100 is a very
strong vehicle. Build quality is tops.
Very comfortable and the engine will
just blow you away with its power. I tow
a 16' bass boat ... no problem. I also
get 21 MPG on the highway , and 19
around town. It you're looking for a
T100, I suggest you get a 97 or 98.
These are hard to find because most
owners are not interested in getting rid
of wheels that require almost no
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I have driven this truck hard, but
maintained it all times. I have done
all of the work, save for the timing
belt, leaving this truck out of the
shop from breakdowns for its entire
I have 105,000 miles on it and and it
still runs like brand new, and of
course looks brand new.
This, so far, has been the best vehicle
I have ever owned and still love
it,...it is red.
I have put Bosch Platinum +4 spark
plugs and K&N air filter and it has
given the truck a slight better
response and power. I must have gotten
a good one, because it can keep up or
beat a lot of V8's, I sure it is
because of the lighter truck.
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