This is my second Tundra and my second
Toyota. I used to drive Nissans for
years, but their build quality and
service department has gone down hill.
The Tundra is a great truck that
does not require frequent trips for
repairs, and it holds it's value,
unlike so many other trucks. I see
people writing reviews here that are
either just trying to bring down the
Tundra because it's not a "domestic"
truck, or they are just flat out lying.
If you buy a Tundra, you will not be
Very reliable, smooth, roomy,
comfortable, practical, and holds it
value very well.
I wish they were cheaper, but in the
end you get what you pay for.
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