2007 Toyota Tundra Consumer Review: Instruments VERY hard to read

2007 Toyota Tundra - Consumer Review

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Instruments VERY hard to read
By Scott on


2007 Toyota Tundra SR5 4dr Double Cab SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)


Generally, I really like this truck. It does take a little getting used to as it is very large and it is quite a challenge to look over the hood for any type of parking manuvers. Overall performance competence is strong and capable and I use the Tundra primarily for pulling a large trailer which it does admirably. My first tank of fuel gave me 19.7 MPG overall, while not pulling a trailer. This vehicle is rated at 16 city and 20 hwy. I am actually pleased that I went ahead and got the Double Cab option as I have found that it is kind of nice to be able to carry not only "stuff" but passengers as well. This truck is tall, even though I am 6'2", I still need to stretch up to get in.

Best Features

Towing capacity, power, braking system, body style.

Worst Features

Cannot see the instrument gauges! Not much difference day or night, although they are easier to see if dark outside. The gauges are set too deep in the housings and they use red indicator needles. 15% of the male population is blind to red as am I. Make gauges much more shallow and high contrast.
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