2007 Toyota Tundra SR5 4dr CrewMax SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
I traded in my 06 Tacoma Prerunner Double Cab Long Bed TRD Sport for an SR5 Crewmax Short bed with 5.7 6 AT. The Crewmax takes regular gas at 87 octane compared to the 92 octane that the Tacoma required. The Tundra accelerates with ease, and the ride is very smooth. I love the rear seat space. It is huge back there, and my family can relax during long drives from Vegas to Orange County. So far, the Tundra is a winner. I just hope that my 5.7 is not one of those with a defective camshaft that grounded about 20 5.7s so far.
Huge interior. Requires regular unleaded. 381 horse power from the 5.7 I-Force V8. 6 speed automatic.
I think the interior is a bit plasticky. I hate to admit it, but the Chevy Silverado takes the nicest dashboard award in my opinion. Tundra dashes are OK, and easy to use, but it looks so cheap. What was Toyota thinking?
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