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Used 2008 Toyota Tundra in Dulles, VA for Sale

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2008 Toyota
Tundra

$16,998* 110K miles
CarMax Charlottesville
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Charlottesville in Charlottesville, Virginia 22911
Description: Used 2008 Toyota Tundra SR5 for sale - $16,998, 110,852 miles with Bed Liner, Running Boards, Alloy Wheels, Auxiliary Audio Input, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: (4.429 reviews) Just bought my '08 Tundra a few days ago and can't say enough about it. I have been in the market for a truck upgrade from my '08 Dodge 1500 V-6 Quad Cab for a couple of months and I knew what I wanted. I was looking for towing power, four doors, nice in cab features, and I wanted it to turn some heads. My dark blue 5.7 double cab TRD off road fills all those needs (my wife called them wants) with ease. The power on this truck is amazing yet quiet. It'll get up to cruising speed quickly and pass about anything on the road with ease. I haven't towed with it yet, but with the 10,600 lb tow rating my competition bbq team is looking forward to using it to haul our 8,000 lb smoker to events. The double cab is suprisingly roomy, much more so than the Dodge quad cab. I love that I didn't have to sacrafice bed length to be able to comfertably haul the whole family. The features on my SR5 are great and easy to use. Love the JBL sound system. Lots of storage. My optional semitruck style mirrors are great to see what's around me and I imagine will make keeping track of the trailer a breeze. And wow does this truck look great. The trd rides high and the dark blue looks amazing. My brother-in-law has a '07 f150 fx4 crew cab and it looks small nest to the tundra. Love it and look forward to having it for long, long time.

Reviews for 2008 Toyota Tundra

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(43 reviews)

Wow

Just bought my '08 Tundra a few days ago and can't say enough about it. I have been in the market for a truck upgrade from my '08 Dodge 1500 V-6 Quad Cab for a couple of months and I knew what I wanted. I was looking for towing power, four doors, nice in cab features, and I wanted it to turn some heads. My dark blue 5.7 double cab TRD off road fills all those needs (my wife called them wants) with ease. The power on this truck is amazing yet quiet. It'll get up to cruising speed quickly and pass about anything on the road with ease. I haven't towed with it yet, but with the 10,600 lb tow rating my competition bbq team is looking forward to using it to haul our 8,000 lb smoker to events. The double cab is suprisingly roomy, much more so than the Dodge quad cab. I love that I didn't have to sacrafice bed length to be able to comfertably haul the whole family. The features on my SR5 are great and easy to use. Love the JBL sound system. Lots of storage. My optional semitruck style mirrors are great to see what's around me and I imagine will make keeping track of the trailer a breeze. And wow does this truck look great. The trd rides high and the dark blue looks amazing. My brother-in-law has a '07 f150 fx4 crew cab and it looks small nest to the tundra. Love it and look forward to having it for long, long time.

- betoberg, 2008 Toyota Tundra

Tundra 5.7L

my first pick-em up truck. If Toyota continues to make them like this, it will be my choice vehicle for a long time... The option for a diesel would be nice, though.

- the45king, 2008 Toyota Tundra

2008 Tundra

I bought a regular cab, short bed, 2wd V-6 powered Tundra. The cab is very roomy and there is a large amount of storage area behind the 40-20-40 seat. You can fit an adult third passenger in the middle for short trips. Power is adequate for light hauling but if towing opt for a V8. Mileage has averaged at just above or below 20 mpg. The truck turns in a short radius considering the size. One thing I feel is a negative - even in the 2wd Tundra the truck is high off the ground, it sits as high as the 4wd, you have to climb up to get in and drop down to get out unless you get nerf bars or a step. Also Toyota's in general are pricier than the competition but I have had 2 other Toyota's and have had very little problems - worth the extra $$ to me.

- Danopr, 2008 Toyota Tundra

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.