by George on Sep 6, 2005 Vehicle: 2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab Limited Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Toyota you just keep doing it!!!! I really enjoy driving this truck. low end torque is head snapping and as far as towing, it laughs at it load you want it to tow. If I must have a shortcoming about this truck I would say fuel economy at 14 miles to the gallon I wasn't much impressed. But don't let that stop you from owning one.
by Mike on Jan 27, 2005 Vehicle: 2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab Limited Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Bought my Tundra about a year ago,
still love it as much as the day I
drove off the lot.
Smooth ride, silky V8, nice looks, good
warranty, and overall solid feel to it.
I test drove and rented others but they
felt cheap. I rented an 04 Silverado
(16K miles on it) and with the rattles,
squeaks, and bumpy ride I thought it
was going to fall apart. Why would the
warranties on Ford & Chevy suck unless
their trucks were low quality? As for
Dodge 7yr/100K, you're just paying up
front for the repairs.
The Tundra is the best truck for the
everyday person who does not haul
extremely heavy loads.
by matthew sitachitt on Aug 26, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab Limited Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
we bought our tundra a year ago. ever
since day one we had to jump start the
car. we thought its ok because its bin
sitting on the lot for a couple months.
but ever since then it keeps doing it.
we use it as a third car, so we drive it
on weekends. but if we let it sit for
5-7 days we have to jump start it. I
understand the computers in the car like
the ABS is still on but i dont think it
should die within 5 days. what happens
if we leave it a the airport for 2-3
weeks and it dies what do we do. But
otherwise its a fun car, we use to go
everywhere until it wouldnt start anymore.
The four-door Double Cab joins the 2004 Toyota Tundra lineup. The Double Cab rides on an extended wheelbase of 140.5 inches, and features a cargo bed equal in length to the Access Cab's while gaining 3.5 inches of depth.