by leezjosh on Mar 7, 2010 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab SR5 Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Bought my truck in August of 2003. Currently has 150,000 miles. It has NEVER refused to start or break down on the road. The only complaint is due to a worn rear bearing, which is somewhat due to wear and tear. Acceleration is very good, leaps ahead of the crowd at stoplights. Very comfy and ergonomically correct interior. Cloth is plushy. Exterior paint is too thin and chips easily. Bumper is not very strong compared to previous Chevy 1500 bumper (Front and Rear) but adequate.
by Joe on Mar 7, 2010 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab SR5 4WD SB (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
I bought this truck brand new. Awesome acceleration, and pulling power. I have pulled things with this truck I shouldn't have. It hasn't let me down yet! Only exceptions is I had to replace two o2 sensors ($90 each). I am driving this truck until the wheels fall off. Only down side is the doors and the access cab needed to be a bit bigger. I love my Toyota! I remember driving off the lot for $14,000 tt&l to include extended warranty.
by russ on Jan 18, 2010 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Tundra 2dr Regular Cab Rwd LB (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
Im a courier and have 458,000 thousand on this model. That mileage was not a mis-print! No tranny issues. Amsoil and frequent flushes. A few alternators and a starter is all the expense I've had. Grease the wheel bearings
Toyota has expanded the Tundra's body style variety by adding a new StepSide model. Its distinctive styling includes flared rear wheel arches and special tail lamps. If you want to make the StepSide even sportier, there is a new sport suspension package available. All 2003 Toyota Tundras have a restyled front fascia, standard antilock brakes and a center console similar to the one found in the Sequoia SUV. For the top-line Limited trim, Toyota has added a power sliding rear window.
We purchased a 2003 Tundra new in 2003 and had to buy a third replacement battery today - the first replacement battery was about 2 years ago and the second was earlier this year. The problem seems t...