I've had a great experience in the time
i've spent with my Tundra. Its a tad
smaller than the "Big 3" trucks, but
i'm willing to sacrifice a little space
for insanely superior build quality.
The interior has picked up a few
rattles, but ones that are easily
located and silenced. The engine butter-
smooth and is holding up well, although
I don't have many miles on it. It also
has surprising pep with "only" 245
Horsepower. The ride is near luxo-car
smooth also. My friends always comment
on how smooth the truck is. If you need
to haul heavy loads however, look
elsewhere. But for weekend trips to
home depot, or for pulling a small
boat, (under 7,000 .lbs) this truck
does its job and then some.
Love the build quality. TRD (Toyota
Racing Development) Parts
look/feel/sound great. Great road feel,
weighted steering. Sweet engine, loves
to rev and sounds great doing so.
Rear Disc Brakes (even though it stops
on a dime already). Interior clock
should be up at eye level instead of
down at the bottom of the center stack.
Could use a bit more power, especially
to keep up with todays trucks (i.e.
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