Iv'e driven nearly every type of pickup
before I purchased the Tundra. The
Tundra outmatches its competition as
long as you're looking for a
lightweight pickup. Because Toyota
does not offer a 3/4 ton pickup that is
the only reason it isn't the best
compared in that category.
Quietness, Responsiveness, Turning
radius, Quickness, Bench Seat a must
(more comfortable as well as
Totally satisfied couldn't can't think
of any impovements.
The best ride and gas mileage of all
the "full size" trucks I tested.
Manages to have a full size bed and an
excellent backseat for my kids. Car
like handling with the ability to haul
the small loads I use for work. Nice
build quality and a good stereo
system. We love the rear sliding
window, no buffeting even at speed.
The sunroof is huge, and there enough
drink holders for 6 people.
Excellent ride, great backseat, nice
stereo, full size deep bed (with 4
doors!), and nicely equipped. Well put
together with simple and intuitive
Average (at best) leather and seat
heaters need improvement. The
monochromatic paint on the Limited
should be optional, I would prefer
chrome bumpers and grill. Wheels are a
pain to clean the little crevices.
Should have 4 wheel disk brakes instead
of rear drums.
Great truck to drive for both work and
play. Smooth car like ride with great
low end power and giddyup. Simple yet
comfortable interior, bench seats feel
like captains chairs. Only downfall
with the V8 is that it guzzles gas
which hits hard in the wallet,
I disagree with the numbers toyota says
about the towing cap. I tow a trailer
that ways just over 10000 pounds five
days a week and not a hint of arguement
from this truck. I have also had 1800
pounds of aluminum in the bed of this
truck and no problems as of yet (with
20000 miles of this on a stock truck)
definantely its reliablity
goes through tires and brakes pretty
quickly, but that could have something
to do with the way I drive it.