I like the fact that my truck is full
size but not...... It is easy to
maneuver which is something I was
worried about coming from a Honda
Civic. I think it is very comfortable
atleast the front seats are. I have
the bench seat in the front (the
middle seat where the arm rest goes up
isn't all that comfy). The back seat
is comfortable and roomy for people
under 6', but I wouldn't recommend it
for anyone on long roadtrips. The
back seat is very "L" shaped, no
recline or bucket to it at all.
My entire truck!!
Better stock rims and tire options.
The stock ones are awful!! Sportier
rims and beefier tires would help the
truck look a bit more stylish instead
i got it at $22k, $6500 off MSRP.
all powered, + lots of options, smooth
v8 with my free and strong dual-
exhaust from the dealer. who can beat
this price??? I drove a mustang before
that, I guess that'll be my last
domestic vehicle I ever purchased.
comes with a dual-exhaust with no
silky V8 and step bars
Suggestions? what else???
isn't perfect already?
Buy one more.
I owned a 1998 Toyota Tacoma and had
90,000 miles on it when I needed a
larger truck. I got the Tundra limited
and it rocks. It rides like a Lexus
and accelerates like one, too. The
sound system rocks for a factory
stereo. I actually look forward to
going to work or anywhere just to have
the privaledge to drive it.
Better gas milage. I am getting about
15 mpg. I am hoping with time and
warmer weather, that will improve.