I have been eyeing the Tundra since
it's introduction in 2000, and
continued to read the reviews. I have
driven the Ford F-150 and the Chevy
1500. I was impressed with both. I went
and drove the Toyota; It did not "blow
the doors" off the competition but did
feel like a solid pickup truck with a
very comfortable ride. I honestly do
not have a pickup truck to do the heavy
duty farm work (or I would have
purchased the V8 version). I need a
comfortable commuter with the ability
to haul stuff when needed.
4 doors, instument cluster layout.
The back seat is great for my three
kids, however it is a bit cramped for
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