Used Toyota Tundra Ratings

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - LTD V8 (A4) 4x2 Access Cab

    Pros: roomy cab

    Cons: lack of locking differential on TRD (available on Tacoma)

    Advice: Do your home work on price, Toyota dealers are not easy to work with

    good power with v8

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - 4x4 Regular Cab

    Pros: It is cute

    Cons: No off road useage per Toyota without voiding warranty

    Advice: All you girls out there need one, its cute

    I have driven a few of the other trucks out there, but by far the Toyota Tundra is the only one made for a woman. I like the big truck kinda look without the big truck. The only thing I wish about my truck would be that it could handle more things. I drove it down a dirt trail and caught the right front cv boot on a rock and Toyota told me off road useage void the warranty, so no more off raod use. Other wise all my girlfriends like it and think it is cute.

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    2003 Toyota Tundra - LTD V8 (A4) 4x4 Access Cab

    Pros: power and smooth transmition

    Cons: vibration in front end/hispeed instability/ seats

    Advice: try a dodge dakota 5-7k less expensive and about the same size

    I have owned this vehicle for 2 months and I cant wait to get rid of it. It has a serious vibration in front end at 30-40 mph . The dealer says ,'all is well' Toyota says ,'try another dealer.' The vehicle wanders at highway speeds even after I paid out of pocket for a wheel alignment that the dealer said wasnt necessary. Oh what a feeling!

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - SR5 (M5) 4x4 Access Cab

    Pros: The in breed looks of and Ford and Dodge child

    Cons: Everything

    Advice: If you really want a real truck, you need to rethink buying a Tundra

    My experience with this truck since purchasing it. First thing , it was not my choice, but the wife likes Toyota so we bought it. The Tundra in looks is like a Dodge Ram and a Ford F150 mating and this is the child. The power, what power? We were landscaping the new house and needed a few loads of top soil. Took a full bed load in the Tundra and was glad once I made it home. Glad because I could pick up my old 1995 S10 and haul the same amount in the bed, yet have not troubles hauling it home. I had to take the Tundra in to have the rear end fixed after one load of dirt, blew out the limited slip Diff. Everyone talks about quality of a Toyota, I have yet to find it. Nothing but troulbe and maintaince fees. I have since let the wofe have the truck and now driving a Real American Mans Truck a Chevy Silverado 2500HD. The deal with the wife was to buy the Toyota and if I could prove it to her it wasnot half the truck. I could buy what I really want and I want a real truck to do some real work

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - SR5 (M5) 4x4 Access Cab

    Pros: CHEAP PRICE FOR A CHEAP TRUCK

    Cons: THE TRUCK ALL TOGETHER

    Advice: BUY A GM FRIST OR A DODGE, HELL BUY A FORD

    I got caught up in all the talk. Toyota the highest resale value. Toyota Upgrade to something better. I have owned a good many trucks ranging from mini to mid to full size. Out of all the types of truck I have owned, the Tundra I will never by again. I have to admitted I have been a true GM owner for most of my life, but when I comes to trucks I have owned atleast one of every type. Ford has been at the bottom of my list of vehicle to ever own. Sorry Ford owners, but I had yet to find a stronge dependable Ford. After purchasing my Toyota Tundra I have relooked at my list and Ford is no longer the bottom. I gave the Toyota to a worker of mine to use for short haul, but nothing of any real weight. Even as a free work truck, he wants to dump it quick. Out of all the truck I own, this one has been time and time again getting either plan maintanace done or just broken down and in the shop. NEVER AGAIN WILL A TUNDRA SEE MY DRIVEWAY, NEVER AGAIN.

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - 4x4 Regular Cab

    Pros: the engine

    Cons: gas mileage

    Advice: buy now

    Did much research, even before vehicle started production. Overall, very impressed, would definitely recommend. Pros: most everything. Cons: gas mileage should be better with the technology Toyota posesses. Truth be known: They probably could get 25 MPG out of this engine in town but then being the new kid on the block, wouldn't be a good political move. I'm sure the oil companies control the whole gas mileage thing, agreed? They'd run Ford, GM and Dodge out of business if the mpg were better. I've owned all of the big three trucks. Dodge engines and trannys are great, but truck quality is poor. Ford and GM need too much repair, but will run a long time. Happy with truck!

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - LTD V8 (A4) 4x2 Access Cab

    Pros: value retention

    Cons: fuel economy

    Advice: toyota has never had a recall

    The Tundra had more pep than Ford or Chevy(this with Toyota having less horsepower).Tundra SR5 Access Cab 4x4 had better handling than comparable Chevys or Fords.The Tundra cost less than equally equiped Chevys and Fords.