2013 Toyota TundraChuck Bente' - Thousand Oaks, CA02/26/2016
Has everything that a large truck should have. Needed to ad over load springs in the rear, truck would not ride level with any load over 1100 lbs. Added a Flow master 3 chamber muffler and K and N filter greatly improved mid range performance, also picked up a couple of mpg at freeway speed. This truck is a Rocket Ship!!
big truck, no power
2015 Toyota TundraAl Lujan - Albuquerque, NM11/16/2015
although very delighted to have been able to afford a Tundra, I should have researched a little better. My truck has the 4.6 liter engine and turns out that that small V8 is not enough to pull a small pop-up trailer yet alone it's own-self. always the last one up a hill. make sure that if you buy that big truck you get the 5.8 liter engine.
Glad I switched from Ford!
2014 Toyota Tundraj c - austin, TX06/21/2016
Road noise is very minimal. Tons of space. You could park a boat in the back seat. Very comfortable. I put 25,000 miles on in the first 3 months and no complaints. Lots of nice features. Tons of POWER. Better gas mileage than my 5.0L V8 F-150 2013. Everyone that gets in it is surprised by the comfort and says it rides better than a Cadillac. Great turn radius for a full size truck. You Chevy drivers don't know what you're missing. My work truck was a Chevy. I used to park all the way in the back instead of bothering with a 12 point turn to park the darn thing. I can squeeze this Tundra into a spot on the first shot. I like that the entire back window rolls down. Strap an ice chest in the back of the bed, back passengers reach right in!
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