2003 Toyota Tundra Consumer Review: Smooth, Quiet Ride, Great Pric

2003 Toyota Tundra Regular Cab - Consumer Review

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Smooth, Quiet Ride, Great Price
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2003 Toyota Tundra 2dr Regular Cab Rwd LB (3.4L 6cyl 4A)


I don't require much passenger space, so no need to trade the long bed for the small second seating area. I am certainly having a hard time getting used to 16 miles per gallon. However, the mileage is pretty much on par with other trucks of its size. Edmunds "cost to own" feature shows it is the least expensive truck to own in its class (.40 cents per mile, compared to .47 and .48 cents per mile for the competitors). The ride is extremely smooth and quiet, and I do feel that the V6 provides adequate power for the light truck user. For folks like me who just fill the bed up with various items the V8 would provide excess power!

Best Features

Quiet, smooth ride. Full size truck with large bed, but not oversized like some of the competition. Huge 8' bed! Ride is not stiff and rough like so many trucks I have been in before. Attractive interior, does not look as cheap and "plasticy" as some of the competitors do.

Worst Features

More available features for regular cab. Center console would be great, "alarm" when lights are left on. Captains chairs for base model. Keep working on fuel efficiency!
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