2004 Toyota Tundra Consumer Review: From Access cab to Double cab

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By Bob Jordan on


2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Double Cab SR5 Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


In July 2003 we traded an 02 Accord EX-L for an 03 Tundra Access cab. Our children in car seats would just barely fit and the back of the rear seat was almost straight up. Last July the 4X4 03 had 5500 miles and listed for $30,300. We traded for a 2X2 04 double cab that listed for $29,600 and paid $4100 out the door. The dealer put about $24,000 in our old truck and so far still has it on their lot (over 5 months) So far I do not miss the 4X4 and could not be better satisfied. The truck is quiet, smooth and tough. There is plenty of bed space as well as rear seat room. The windshield wiper motor is too loud and the air direction controls seem kinda clunky. Otherwise no complaints.

Best Features

Size and stance on the road. Rear seat room and overall comfort. Ease of drivability. Deep bed and great length.

Worst Features

Change the air direction controls. The 2005 Tacoma's are great (but I plan to keep the Tundra!). The windshield wiper motor is too loud. Granted most trucks may not even be quiet enough to notice.
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