I bought this truck with 19k on it, it now has 55k,it has been great, only problem was a tire sensor went out, i tow a 6500 lb travel trailer with it and it does well, works, but does the job, only problem is it gets about 10 mpg towing the trailer. comfort, style and power, it has it all.
Rear sliding window and jbl stereo.
Drivetrain clunk from axle wrap starting and stopping, common tundra issue. Could use a bit more towing capacity.
I looked at a lot of trucks before
deciding on the new 05 double cab.
This truck performs like a dream. I
realized how good it was when I was
driving about 80 miles per hour in the
fast lane around dusk and I came up on
a contractors wheelbarrow in the center
of the lane. (This thing was huge.) I
did not have enough time to stop so I
had to swerve. While other vehicles
were slamming on their brakes and
spinning out in the breakdown lane this
truck handle like a sports car. I went
around the wheelbarrow and I was back
in the fast lane in just a few
seconds. I was shocked that a truck so
big could handle like so well. You gotta
This is my 3rd Toyota truck, definitely not my last. Once again, Toyota has enhanced their truck package by adding 42 more hp, and the nifty power rear window. I had considered a Nissan Titan this time around, but the Tundra has better style and a considerably smoother ride. Anyone looking for a 2005 truck should at least test drive a Tundra, it is best all-around full size pickup on the market.
Super smooth and quiet ride. Exterior styling. Toyota dependability.
More standard features. More choice on sound systems.
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