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2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Double Cab Limited 4WD SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Very comfortable ride, lots of room both
front and back. Makes the trip to and
from work enjoyable. A truck rugged
enough to put through the mud in the
morning then clean it up and it's
stylish enough for a wedding in the
Above all the smooth and quiet ride then the heated seats. The stereo system is top notch, and the dog loves that back window.
Lousy tires, read the Dunlop AT 20 Grandtrek 265/65R17 reviews, not very good. In day light, with the headlights on, overhead console goes so dim you can't see it. Hard to access the oil filter without removing the metal splash pan. The limited should come with a 110 Volt AC receptacle.
2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Double Cab SR5 Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
I had initially decided to buy the
Tundra Access Cab, but after seeing the
first double cab on the highway, I
decided I wanted to get the extra
doors. I'm glad I did. A lot of power
and comfort and the reliability of a
Power rear window---awesome feature. When you have the rear window down and the the side windows open, it's like being in an convertible....well almost.
2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab SR5 4WD SB (3.4L 6cyl 4A)
In my opinion it is the best all around
truck for the average guy.
Configuration is perfect for me,have
compact truck needs but have 2 small
children, kids fit comfortably & safely
in rear seats, truck is big enough but
not too large. Was a bit skeptical with
the V6 but so far have been happy with
performance.If you are one who hauls
heavy loads or tows a trailer you'll
need to step up to V8, Has Smooth,
quiet car-like ride, handles better
than my Camry. Great for highway travel.
Smooth Car-like ride, perfect size, big but not too large to manuever around parking lots. Toyota reliability was the key for me
Tires - factory equipped tires are cheap, B ratings for traction & temp and 180 treadware rating (be replacing these at 20K) Dashboard heat controls are cheezy, cheap plactic feels like it will break. Cloth interior is cheap, same with my Camry
2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Double Cab SR5 4WD SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
One word sums up WHY I bought the
Tundra, DEPENDABILITY! This
makes my 3rd Toyota truck! I still
have #2 (a 95 Tacoma extended cab
V6 4x4) which I use as a daily
commuter. 122,428 miles and
counting! Simply stated, I BELIEVE in
the Toyota product! Dont take my
word for it. While youre here at
Edmunds, check out JD Powers
assessment of the Tundra.
Compared with Nissans Titan, the
Tundra got higher marks for
FEATURE & ACCESSORY QUALITY,
and BODY & INTERIOR QUALITY.
Key word is QUALITY! That says
volumes for me and MY money!
Another MAJOR factor in buying the
Tundra; the GOTTA HAVE IT factor!
The Tundra MORE than satisfies
DEPENDABILITY ratings and owner ratings, Execptional GOOD looks, Exceptional fit and finish interior, HUGE bed (2nd only to the Dodge Ram), That WONDERFUL electric rear window!
Gas mileage if ANYTHING!
2004 Toyota Tundra 4dr Access Cab SR5 Rwd SB (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
The truck is fun to drive. Ride is
excellent. No problems after 3000
miles. Only thing I dislike is the gas
Looks and ride
Would like to have fog lights available as a after purchase option