by Steve H.S. on Jan 8, 2004 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab Limited Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Overall it's an excellent vehicle, with
mileage a bit low but expected to be
such (averaging 16 mpg). After 15,000
miles, I've had no maintenance
problems. Smooth ride, great brakes.
The bed is plenty big, but the back
seat is too cramped for anyone to ride
by RedTundra on Oct 20, 2003 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab Limited Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
I haven't had this truck long...it's
been good so far. Good, not great.
After 3,000 miles, I noticed a popping
sound coming from the passenger glove
compartment and rattling under the
driver's side console. I'm sure this
has something to do with the cheap
plastic interior, and I didn't expect a
$30,000 truck to have problems such as
these. But for hauling, towing, and
driving, it's been perfect so far.
Great engine and ride.
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...