The only vehicles I have ever owned
have been long-lasting Toyota pick up
trucks. After owning the Tundra, I am
ready to switch makes, which I never
thought I would do. This vehicle
guzzles gas, makes too much noise, and
never seems able to find the right
gear. I am willing to give up some
comfort to get more efficiency.
The interior is very comfortable, very
large when the arm rest is up, and the
back seat works for my son's car seat.
Make a hybrid and take more
responsibility for the environment. I
can't drive this truck with a clear
conscience. Toyota has sold out and I
want to get out!
I was driving the Tacoma, and could
not wait to get the Tundra, it was my
third Toyota. I was very pleased with
the overall hanlding, ride and comfort
of the Tundra. The accelaration is
smooth and powerful. It rides great
with or without a full load in the
bed. I was a satisified owner.
Then some problems started to
surface. It is now on the third
oxygen sensor. In Nov. '03 the
transmission started acting up.
Fortunately I had the extended
warranty, because in Mar'04 it failed
and had to replaced. The rebuilt is
not working very well. I'm not so
satisfied any longer.
I owned three 4x4 Toyota trucks in the
last 25 years then bought a 4x4 Dodge.
A year later went back to Toyota.
Reliability counts for a lot and this
is the most reliable truck I have
owned. I have been pulling a 24 foot
boat on flat land and can't even tell
Responsive engine proformance, sound
More of an angle in the back seat, but
then I dive it not ride in the back
seat. Looks like they fixed it in the