I drove them all and couldn't resist
the tundra d-cab, even though it
doesn't fit in my garage (at 230 in.
you may want to check)! I love the
styling it is deceptively larger than
most crews. The ride is extremely
smooth and quiet..it's difficult to
keep my wife out of the driver seat.
Ideal truck for large families as the
back seats and area are extremely
comfortable for kids of all ages. The
gas mileage for metro commutes is
approx 16 with highway reaching 18.
The V8 is adequate and I highly
recommend a mass air flow filter such
as a K&N ($34 on-line), this really
improved throttle response and overall
performance. Great truck!
Styling, spacious and quiet interior.
The electric rear window is a great
touch...with all windows down it is
like a convertible without the sun.
Overhead console does not come standard
with electronics included...at this
price it is a bit of a joke. More
customization of door locks and lamps.
The radio is poor even at the $500
upgrade and six speakers.
This is my third Tundra, its the four
door four wheel drive model. Lots of
room and pulls my boat better than my
Silverado 5.3 ever did.
The interior is pretty plain.....but
the reliability of Toyota keeps me
coming back and the Exterior is easy on
The four doors.
Chang ethe display on the radio so you
can see the numbers while wearing
It drives like a dream. The seats are
comfortable for me. I love the room.
What kind of milage does one expect
from a V8, it is good under these
conditions. Would like to see more
creative cover... I am sooo very
happy. My kids love it too.
I have never been so happy, even with
The back window comes down for the
Nothing better than a truck that holds
its resale value better than any other
and drives better than a luxury car.
None of the other half tons can even
compared no wonder toyota beats them
all. Not to mention its made in the USA
This is the nicest pickup I've ever
driven and really enjoy driving it. I
just wish I could afford to drive it
more. It gets real bad gas mileage
(16mpg) is the best I've achieved so
far. I'm guessing Toyota put the 4.08
rearend in it to compensate for the
less horsepower than the competition.
They could have improved this by
putting more horses in the motor (I've
seen the racing cars, I know they can)
then put a 3.50-3.73 rear in it. If I
were pulling something big I wouldn't
have bought it, I would have gone
diesel. They aren't catering to their
buyers. It does what I wanted just the
mileage is sad.
Toyota reliability, the reason I still
love it anyway.
As I've already stated, give it some
more horses, then change that rearend
ratio to something more roadworthy.
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