2000 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB
I bought my Tundra used with 19K on
it. I had my heart set on a Dodge Ram
1500. My wife (who sold advertisement
to dealerships at the time) talked me
into just test driving the Tundra. Wow
was I surprised! Handled like a sports
car! I now have 51K on it and the only
thing I've done is replace a O2 sensor,
cost $70 for a sensor and $10 for a
special socket at Auto Zone. If you are
like me and don't own a lot of heavy
farm equipment this is the best truck
for light duty. Even my friends who own
the other big 3 think it's great,
mostly because they've had trouble with
there trucks.... :-)
Cup holders galore! Great engine with
plenty of get up and go.
Stronger spring for seat belt
retraction. Better door detents. Clock
hidden behind the pull out cup holder.
Offer a bigger 5.5L or Turbo Diesel.
Level out the front to the rear. 5
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