2015 Toyota TundraAl Lujan - Albuquerque, NM11/16/2015
although very delighted to have been able to afford a Tundra, I should have researched a little better. My truck has the 4.6 liter engine and turns out that that small V8 is not enough to pull a small pop-up trailer yet alone it's own-self. always the last one up a hill. make sure that if you buy that big truck you get the 5.8 liter engine.
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.
Glad I switched from Ford!
2014 Toyota Tundraj c - austin, TX06/21/2016
Road noise is very minimal. Tons of space. You could park a boat in the back seat. Very comfortable. I put 25,000 miles on in the first 3 months and no complaints. Lots of nice features. Tons of POWER. Better gas mileage than my 5.0L V8 F-150 2013. Everyone that gets in it is surprised by the comfort and says it rides better than a Cadillac. Great turn radius for a full size truck. You Chevy drivers don't know what you're missing. My work truck was a Chevy. I used to park all the way in the back instead of bothering with a 12 point turn to park the darn thing. I can squeeze this Tundra into a spot on the first shot. I like that the entire back window rolls down. Strap an ice chest in the back of the bed, back passengers reach right in!
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The best trucks for the money are out there for the finding. Check out these 10 best-selling trucks at CarMax, based on vehicles and sales data from January 1, 2018 through April 30, 2018. All of the used pickups on this list have average prices at CarMax under $25,000 (based on average prices between 1/1/2018 and 4/30/18).
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