I would recommend this car, however, CarMax sold me this truck with a dead battery and a flat tire. the truck after 3 days of owning it needed several "jump start" and I am still putting air in my tire every day. I finally replaced the battery after a month, but I can't afford 4 new tires....CarMax put air in the tire before I drove it off the lot, however, you could have plugged the tire prior to the sale. also the passenger window was/is broke...it sounds like power regulator is off its track and the maintenance light came on immediately....other than these issues, it is ok
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2006 Toyota TundraThe Colonel - Sacramento, CA01/16/2016
This Tundra is outstanding. Solid, smooth ride, powerful acceleration, nimble driving. Amazingly comfortable too: lots of leg and headroom for driver and passengers. ONLY downside is stupidly large turn radius. Best truck I've owned.
2006 Toyota Tundrabrown - Georgia12/06/2006
Great vehicle, I owned a dodge, ford and chevy full size truck and none of which can compare to the tundra on any level. If you are a die hard (american big 3)......if time for a change!
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