2000 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB
This truck has been wonderful. I have
been worried when I hear about the O2
sensor or brake problems but haven't
experienced them. The vehicle will
really haul, even with a full load and
goes great thru snow and ice. My only
problem has been the rear seat
area...my kids were little when I
bought the truck but have grown since
and will soon be too large for that
area. I drive a Chevvy Silverado at
work...nice truck but the Tundra is a
sportscar next to it...and much more
fun to drive.
The power and handling.Dependability
and great 4X4 performance.
Rear seat goes straight up and
down...very uncomfortable to be the
unlucky passenger back there. The new
crew cab woill probably be a better fit
if your going to be a people hauler.
My Tundra has 85000+ miles on it, the
only tie-up I've had is a tie-rod end
on it...I think that it was hit on that
side before I got the truck though.
I've put on 50,000 miles, never a brake
job (try ceramic pads if you have
problems)..I tow a 3500# boat 1,000
miles through the mountians without a
problem...other than the mpg drop. Avg
17mpg in normal conditions, 11 towing.
No squeaks or creaks or anything at all
to complain about.
Comfort (not in the back), power for my
use (not a X-Treme power hog, but it
does perfect for me), looks, great in-
control feel, easy to clean
MPG, more engine offers would be nice,
better paint job (still looks fine-just
chips slightly easy...so do the rest
I too had the brake problems from day
one, front and rear. Also had both
exhaust manifold crack. In addition,
over the past year it began blowing O2
sensors on a regular basis. When the
transmission began slipping, I had
enough. The Toyota dealers refuse to
believe that there is something wrong
with these trucks. My last Toyota.
Seeing the Tundra in my rear view
mirror as I left the Nissan Dealership.
Simply fix these trucks. Dealers try to
stall until the warranty expires. Avoid
the 2000 if you are looking for a used