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Dependable, reliable and predictable. Plenty of power, with balance and control.
This is a great truck and serves me very well. 15years and still going strong. Still able to tow and climb steep hills and valleys.
This is a very nice well cared for truck. Only real problem has been the sorry front brakes. They're down to about 25 % now, just couldn't justify replacing until now. Putting on dimpled and slotted rotors with premium ceramic pads soon. Rotors guaranteed not to warp. This will cure the only problem I've had except a recall on lower ball joints early in it's life.
great truck for both driving and towing
Pros: power, 6 speed trans, stainless exhaust from headers back, looks, overall performance, great on snow and ice
Cons: lack of differential ratio options and audio problems for this year vehicleLove the truck. Wish Toyota would offer different differential ratios for mileage and for those of us who don't need to pull 10K. 15-18.5 mpg would go up considerably. Delco radio for this year not up to the quality of the Toyota reputation. Great truck otherwise. Will buy another one soon. 42K miles and only problem is radio and brake light problem still under investigation.
Pros: Optional cloth captains seats
Cons: Poor quality front brakesI own the Limited Extra Cab.I've fixed it up to suit me.Stainless steel steps,ARE hard bed cover,spray in bed liner,wind deflector front of hood.I added a K&N air filter,and installed a Borla exhaust system in my driveway,easy installation.Sweet sound,not too loud. My only complaint,the front brakes.Obviously too small,or poor quality rotors.When it's time for brakes,I'll put on better rotors and calipers. I guess Toyota took care of that problem on the larger 2007 model,but too late for the prior years.I hate it when I'm told about warping due to hot rotor and driving in the rain.If I wasn't planning to drive in the rain I would have bought another motorcycle.I'm easy on brakes,82,000 miles on my 2002 Acura TL-S original front brakes.
By far the best pick-up i have ever owned. And pick-ups is the only thing i have drove for over 30 years.
Tundra SR5 is best of the best
Pros: The ride and power
Cons: It can be a little thursty but not bad.2010 Tundra SR5 4x4 DBL Cab - Black and Tan with aftermarket chrome nerf bars, billbit grill and Truxedo cover. Most comfortable full size truck available. Dbl cab has about same room as my F150 crew did. Build quality is the best bar none. 5.7 v8 pulls my 7,500 lb boat like it is not even hooked up. Excellent dash layout, audio system, center council and 4 acc outlets. Interior room is also great for me being 6'6 and 250 lbs. Plenty of headroom in my non sunroof model. Make sure to order the rear camera or back up sensors. This is one big truck. I really does make the Ford and Chevy look and feel like toys. Steep hills and deep snow are now problem with 4x4 engaged even with street radials. My only picks are the shift points between 1st and 2nd are a little sporadic sometimes and the plastic grill needed a billbit upgrade.