2006 Toyota TundraCar Guy - Alexandria, VA09/19/2011
I bought this 2006 Tundra because I don't like the new ones. The new Tundras are much too large and too difficult to park in a city environment. The 2006 (old body style) provides all the comfort and interior room necessary in a crew cab pickup.
Best Truck Ever
2006 Toyota TundraAaron - Albuquerque, NM06/22/2011
I have owned Fords and one Dodge pickup, which have been good trucks. I have been very happy with my Toyota SUVs, but have not purchased a Toyota pickup until now. Let me tell you that I would never buy another brand of pickup truck, unless I needed a one-ton truck.
This truck is easy to maneuver, easy to operate, has plenty of power, excellent sightlines, good brakes and suspension, shifts smoothly and handles like a sports car (in comparison to my Dodge).
My wife loves to drive this truck, my kids love to get in and go places, and I am very happy to use this truck for hauling and play.
I have moved with this truck, hauled lumber with this truck, and gone four-wheeling in this truck, and there isn't anything I can say that it didn't do well.
If my other Toyotas are any indication, I shouldn't have any maintenance, fit or finish issues or unforeseen quality surprises. My Sequoia, which is the same platform as this pickup, has almost 100,000 miles on it, and has cost me $200 for a broken latch handle. Everything else has been routine maintenance.
2006 Toyota TundraToyota Guy 06 - Houston, TX08/12/2008
I've had Chevy's & Dodge's in the past, but the Tundra is like nothing else. The engine and transmission are extremely smooth. I was sold on the test drive. After two years, I have had no maintenance issues and there are no annoying sounds that come from the cab that you normally hear in the domestic trucks,
Drivers on the hunt for a used truck should consider the Toyota Tundra, especially the 2016 Tundra and the 2017 Tundra. This big pickup comes in plenty of sizes that have given owners the ability to haul passengers and equipment, on and off the road, for close to 20 years.
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