Bought a this to use as a Truck. Does not have the suspension under it that I am use to having in my last 1/2 ton truck. My main concern was to pull my travel trailer with this truck. Now my entire family cringes when we pull out of the driveway. They now it will be a terrible and rough ride.
This is my 2nd '08 Tundra
2008 Toyota TundraJim - Greenville, SC09/23/2014
Feels like a luxury vehicle on the road but handles a washed out dirt road with ease. Great visibility (had an Fj Cruiser before). V8 gets 16-17 mpg combined and 20 mpg on trips. Love the look of my red '08. Sorry to hear that the new style looks like the Ford pickup.
Good looking and tough.....but THIRSTY!
2011 Toyota TundraMk - Charleston, SC03/05/2015
Great looking and rugged truck with HUGE interior space, powerful v8 and tons of storage. fuel economy is worst among full size trucks, ride can be bumpy and the interior lacks some creativity. I'm a Toyota guy though and you can beat the reliability and resale value.
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