New Toyota Tundra Ratings

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    2006 Toyota Tundra - SR5 V8 4x4 Double Cab

    Pros: engine

    Cons: dash appearance

    Advice: get the 06 while they last, or pay a little more for the 07

    I just bought my 06 Tundra double cab 4x4 about 1000 miles ago and love it. They gave a $4000 rebate because of the new model coming out in 07. I have owened a loaded Titan 4x4 and did not like it as much. The Tundra does not have the bells and whistles on the inside, but is solid in quality and looks great. It also rides terrific and the V8 is pretty fast. I have no complaints and love this truck.

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    2006 Toyota Tundra - SR5 V8 4x4 Double Cab

    Pros: Ride

    Cons: Quality and Reliabilty

    Advice: When you hear 'quality and reliabilty' don't believe them

    Bought a new Tundra and dealership kept talking about it's quality and reliabilty. The first time I needed the 4 wheel drive it wouldn't work. I took it back to the dealer for repair and was told the factory installed the front wheel drive actuator incorrectly and it was damaged. It also took out the electronic control unit. After a week in the shop it is working again. I hope the next 200 miles are less eventful. I've bought 14 new vehicles over the years and never had these kind of serious problems.

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    2006 Toyota Tundra - SR5 (M6) 4x2 Access Cab

    Pros: How the truck handles, the power and the value.

    Cons: It's made in America, but the profits go outside the country.

    Advice: Now is the time to buy $3,000 from factory, and the dealer are, well, dealing.

    I have Never bought a forgien car or truck before. I felt guilty buying it. The research I did lead me to buy this for myself. I will not tell you the proplems with the American vehicles I have owned, I still love the USA. This truck is excellent in everyway. If you like to buy American you will have to deal with that, but for me I could not be happier with the vehicle. the ride is awsome, forget it is a truck. The V8 is great. Talk about a deal I paid $18,988 on a sticker of $26,624, I guess beacuse a new modle is coming. Buy this one now. Great Truck.

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    2006 Toyota Tundra - SR5 (M6) 4x2 Access Cab

    Pros: Lightning quick acceleration and luxury car ride quality

    Cons: There is absolutely not one thing wrong with this truck...even gas mileage is decent for a full size

    Advice: No advice...just drive the vehicle...you won't regret it

    What else can one say about this truck other than it is the epitome and absolute paradigm of what a full size truck should be? I purchased a stock 2006 Toyota Tundra SR5 Access Cab with the optional i-Force 4.7L V8 engine (with VVT-i). Right off the lot, this truck makes 271 HP at 5400 RPM and a sturdy 313 ft./lbs. of torque at a relatively modest 3400 RPM. A month after the initial purchase, I installed an AIRAID Cold Air Intake system to replace the stock airbox as well as a Borla Dual Exit Catback Exhaust system (made from aircraft grade T-304 stainless steel). My horsepower jumped from 271 up to about 310 and torque improved to a mind boggling 350 ft./lbs. An already superior truck has become clearly better. Aside from the neck-snapping power boost, this truck has the ride manners of a Mercedes Benz E500 Sport Sedan (buttery smooth, in other words). A pickup that rides like a luxury car? Yes, indeed. Toyota continues to provide the benchmark for quality and performance in a full size truck in its Tundra line-up. The extensive retrofit planned for the 2007 model year will only make this truck far better than it already is.

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    2006 Toyota Tundra - SR5 4x4 Access Cab Stepside Flare Side

    Pros: TRD off road package

    Cons: Nothing

    Advice: Try it. I have never got so maney complaments.

    It handles like a truck should. I love the handling and the sporty looks of the stepside. I owned a lot of trucks GM dodges and nothing can beat this truck.its realy comfortable on long haules. THIS TRUCK ROCKS!!!!

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    2004 Toyota Tundra - SR5 4x2 Double Cab

    Pros: Smooth ride.

    Cons: I like everything about this truck.

    Advice: There are trucks with more power

    This truck is very comfortable to ride in. It has plenty of room in the back seat for full size adults. I owned a Tacoma before the Tundra, and I love both of them. I've never had any mechanical problems with either one. My Tacoma was a 1999, which I owned for 5 years. I don't think I will ever own another truck, besides a Toyota. You will always hear stories about how someone's 1 year old Ford has transmission troubles, but you will not have any complaints about Toyota. I highly recommend this truck.

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    2006 Toyota Tundra - SR5 4x4 Access Cab

    Pros: Quiet

    Cons: No outside temp reading or compass

    Advice: Negotiate... they want you to have this vehicle!

    Responsive, quiet and comfortable! Need I say more? This vehicle lives up to the Toyota name. Since I always lease my vehicles, I could not pass up the opportunity presented. Based on the giveaway lease price, guess Toyota is really wanting to be the leader if V8 trucks!