Bought a new Tundra Limited and I am very happy with the purchase. The ride is very good and it is quiet on the highway. Really like both the exterior and interior of the Tundra. Drove the F150, but didn't find the styling as appealing - seemed a little busy for me.
Having owned Toyotas in the past, I expect the quality to be very good. The layout of the interior is good, everything feels high quality, and the value you get from Toyota is superior when comparing with other manufacturers.
I highly recommend you take a look at the Tundra when you are ready to buy!
2014 Toyota TundraJohn - Chicago, IL02/27/2015
MPG on No Ethanol Gas over 18.6 Miles per Gallon, (when calculated)! This vehicle towed the Space Shuttle, and anyone can easily see why, Class 4 Hitch, 5.7L, 6 Speed, incredible ride with or without a load, (10,000 Lbs.)! Sorry Toyoda, but you don't describe the options nearly well enough! This is the first purchase in my life that I truly feel I got the better deal, and it keeps getting better! Power Windows, Power Mirrors with Defrosters, Auto Locks, Fully Adjustable Headlights, Incredible Beach Mobile with the Power Rear Window with Defroster, Captains' Chair with ANY Adjustment is Better than most Big Rig top o' the Line Chair Adjustments, Tire Pressure Monitoring, Six forms of Traction Control, Electronic Breaks that stop on a Dim
LOVE THIS TRUCK!
2010 Toyota TundraLaura B. - Fort Worth, TX08/31/2015
I've put 10k miles on this truck in 6 months. It is an extremely comfortable ride. I did not choose to buy a 4 wheel drive, however, this truck has handled well on some relatively rough roads. Everything in the vehicle seems sturdy (knobs, levers, buttons).
I think my only sort of "con" is that I average about 16 miles per gallon but do believe I need a tune up as it's just hit 60k. Mechanically sound.
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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