I purchased my 2001 Tundra as soon as it
hit the market. I have not regretted my
decision since. The gas milage (14.5
mpg) can be improved by adding a
flowmaster 50 behind the convertor and
duals from that. I now get 16 city and
a bit over 20 on trips. I have loaded
the bed with 1.25 tons of floor tiles
and the suspension was close but did not
bottom. Great truck! This AM I hit
44000 miles and had the check engine
light come on. All the manual says is
take it in to the dealership. I will do
so and will drive my tundra until the
wheels fall off which I believe will not
be for a very long time.
The looks, the power, the handling and a
Toyota reputation to boot.
ABS as standard offering. Make the back
seat a bit more usable as well as add a
bit more weight in the back end for
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