Used 2008 Toyota Tundra SR5 for Sale
Reviews for 2008 Toyota Tundra
LOVE THIS TRUCK
This truck fits all of our family needs. My daughter and I use it to pull the horse trailer to the state parks for trail rides and it pulls with ease. The largest thing I have needed to but in the bed of the truck is a hay roll and it fits perfectly. My husband borrows it when he has workers that need rides to job sites. Our oldest child is in college and we would not travel in anything else. The back seat is so roomy and comfy the kids can have their pillows, blankets, games and even a cooler all fit without being cramped at all. We sit so high up that I no longer have the problem of vehicles riding close on my back bumper :) and most cars seem to move over when they see me coming. The only con I can even think of is that I tend to park toward the back of parking lots to avoid others denting my truck getting in and out of their cars because my truck fully utilizes my whole parking space. But the large size on the road makes me feel safe with my children.
Great vehicle. 7K miles. Perfect condition and best pick up I have owned.
A real truck
5.7L 2wd crew cab, Texas Edition, leather interior, 6spd auto. Exceptional quality: handling really good for as big as it was, lots of cup holders, pockets for 'stuff' abounded, nice and quiet on the road (probably cause of the bluetooth phone setup). Handled like a big RAV4. Zero to 60 about 7 seconds. I averaged 18mpg, a/c on, empty, 80%hwy/20%city. I'm sure I would have gotten a bag load of miles out of it, and oh yea, one can get a factory Toyota supercharger for this beast and make it a real monster. After the 'new' wore off and being impressed with the design and all, had a few problems I could not get around..... it stood 6' 8" at the roof. I'm a tall guy (6') and even I had to use the handles to get up into it. My shortie wife (5' 4") had even worse time. The crew cab was about 2/3s the space as my Dodge 2500 diesel, unuseable for me to haul our 2 rhodesian and 1 cocker spaniel dogs. The seats made me want to scream after 100 miles, in town, no problem however. I traded the Tundra back in after a month and a half. It would have taken me $4K to lower it (why they made a 2wd so high like that is beyond me) and put nerf bars on the sides and address the seat issue, and I got a really good deal on the trade, so, onto the next.
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