Overall I'm satisfied with my overgrown
T-100. Yes, this 3.4 is the same
powerplant the T-100 had but - without
the 24 MPG. Currently I get 18-19
mpg. For a V-6 - well I'm somewhat
disappointed. Seems Toyota thought
more fuel realated computer adjustments
might be helpful...cough, cough. Also
hav eto echo a comment another reviewer
had...the clock should have been left
at the upper center of the dash (like
the T-100) - now its so low, when the
sun shines its a distraction.
Again, overall - this is an excellent
Good sound system, seats comfortable,
cabin layout (except note below) very
Improve the MPG for current customers -
at NO cost! This engine can do much
better!!! Reposition the Hazard light
switch and clock up!!!
It is still only 95% full-sized truck!
I love it,my 3rd Toyota and would buy
another! I really like thte smooth
powerfull V8 I am averaging 17mpg on a
tank full. I do take it off-road and
it performs well,can't wait to replace
the factory tires though with some
good"diggers".I bought it for safe
reliable transportation and to haul my
snowmobiles,I believe it will do all
that just fine for 200,000 miles like
my last ones! One more thing..it will
look good doing it.
V8 access cab nice stereo I added a
rhino-liner...very nice product. Oh
yea the price was right also!
Great truck. The transmission is
incredible. Good fuel economy with
plenty of power. Great all-purpose
truck. I test drove every other truck
and the engine+tranny won me over.
It's also a very safe truck; check out
the crash ratings--especially if you
have little ones.
More room inside--feels like a coffin
in the back.
I purchased My Tundra in April of 2003.
So far I have accumulated over 38,000
miles on this vehicle. I have used this
truck for light hauling, towing, highway
driving, transporting passengers, and
many other things. This is a quality
sound vehicle that I have enjoyed fully.
After test driving other trucks such as
(FORD,DODGE,GMC, and CHEVY) the Tundra
by far was the BEST choice for ME. This
is a sound vehicle that just flat beat
the competition. After three decades
the BIG THREE still cannot build a
quality truck for the consumer. For
those that complain about the TUNDRA,
remember this vehicles history is less
than 5 years old.
Driving position, center console, smooth
acceleration, powerful V-8 engine,
locking tailgate, Quality, Quality,
Quality... The chrome front with the
back in the day OLD style GMC look,
Take the Govenor off; Let the power
loose. Vibration at 80 MPH or so.
Replaced 245 series tires with 265
series (MICHELIN) NO MORE VIBRATION....
Add running boards as a standard
feature. Help me convince my wife to
drive her car and not MY TUNDRA.