My Toyota Tundra has been the BEST
Vehicle I have ever owned!!!!
Ford, Chevy or Dodge can not hold a
candle to its performance, workmanship
and above all its reliability. I have
owned Ford Chevy and Dodge and I am
sorry to say that they have a long way
to go before they can produce a vehicle
that will not fall apart with in a few
years. Let me make it clear, I DO NOT
ABUSE my vehicles, I guess all I'm
trying to say is that our domestic
trucks may be beautiful machines but
they just don't hold up!! Sorry for
being so honest. I'm just sharing my
experience as a consumer.
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
Iv'e driven nearly every type of pickup
before I purchased the Tundra. The
Tundra outmatches its competition as
long as you're looking for a
lightweight pickup. Because Toyota
does not offer a 3/4 ton pickup that is
the only reason it isn't the best
compared in that category.
Quietness, Responsiveness, Turning
radius, Quickness, Bench Seat a must
(more comfortable as well as
Totally satisfied couldn't can't think
of any impovements.