2007 Toyota Tundra Consumer Review: Not bad
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2007 Toyota Tundra - Consumer Review

2007 Toyota Tundra

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Not bad
By Sean on

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2007 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Double Cab SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)

Review

Overall I'm happy. Great power. Haul heavy loads all the time and have had no issues with ride. Ride actually gets better as the bed is weighted. Empty bed on rough roads cause entire truck to resonate... this is common in trucks though. Inside plastic; radio and dash material is cheap (planned to get aftermarket nav as it has better features). Bluetooth is actually no good, no one can hear me clearly. JBL subwoofer under rear seat is poorly placed, should have stuck it behind the seat. Center channel on dash makes noise if covered up with paper. Rear head rests obstruct view. No memory seats, rear ac vents or step lights standard on DC Limited? I couldn't get a moonroof on the DC.

Best Features

5.7 engine's power, inside seating, power folding mirrors, in/out styling, ride and performance is great with a load. 6 spd transmission shifts smoothly. Homelink. Center armrest is nice and well thought out.

Worst Features

MPG. Ignition s/b on dash, not steering column. Use better plastic. More/better storage. Get rid of huge blind spots. 20" rim s/b standard on Limited. AC plug in the bed. Seat heater switches are flimsy. Dampen ride when bed is empty. Need 2 fan cntls for 2 zone climate. Fuel filler lock.
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