The V8 runs very well, but a little
underpowered. Needs VVT valve
technology to get the power up. Heater
system inadequate. Not enough air, and
to the wrong places. Build quality
typical Toyota (very good). Needs a
little help with transmission logic. 2
to 1 downshift at low speeds annoying,
especially on slipery surfaces.
Overall, a good reliable pickup, if
you're not doing "full sized" chores.
This is NOT a full size pickup. But
then again, I bought it because it
wasn't full sized.
Smoothness, reliability, serviceability.
VVT technology for valve train. Better
keyless entry system (the stock system
is a pain to work with). Power rear
Wonderful quite ride on the road,off
road is a pleasure driving also. I
don't think it is a serious contender
when 4X4 climbing comes into play.
Just over 27,000 miles I take it off
road a lot, blew out my front
differential/and axle. Warranty to
Over all quality construction and
terrific driver, sound system decent,
full line of aftermarket goodies.
More cargo area in bed, more room
behind front seats, better gas milage
and or more horsepower with the same
I've had this truck for 2 years now.
It's been flawless with the exception
of the front brakes which Toyota
upgraded under warranty. Excellent
ride and drivability. Built to last
(unlike my last F-150).
Previously owned 86 Ford Bronco(bought
new). Got tired of fixing it all the
time and I do mean all the time. The
Tundra oozes in quality. The ride is
soft and very quiet, engine very
powerful, seats comfortable and good
driving position. Under the hood it is
a sheer enginering marvel, a home
Looks good, drives great. Stereo very
good. Love the soft ride. Hauls my
1500 lb boat like at ain't there.
Automatic climate control. I love the
auto climate control on the wife's