2007 Toyota Tundra consumer reviews

$22,290–$27,770 MSRP range
side view of 2007 Tundra Toyota
88% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.6
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Most comfortable & reliable truck

I bought this truck when it had 150k mile. My son has convinced me to buy a Toyota since he already had 2008 4Runner and he loved it. I test drive the truck and I fell in love with it. The truck is spacious and very comfortable. All my colleagues were impressed by the exterior, interior and comfort of the truck.


Will miss this truck!

This is the best truck ive ever owned. This truck is a beast in the mountains. Great on and off road. Only replacing because i need a 3/4 ton to haul a bigger camper.


Toyota is the best option when looking for cars

Great brand, super reliable, it doesn´t depreciate much, best option when looking for cars to buy. Toyota is highly recommended, it is definitely a great car manufacturer.


Not brand loyal at all.

I've owned several trucks from the big 3 that let me down over the years. I tried a used 02 Tacoma in 06 that lasted me til 2017. She still starts with no problem. My differential went out on me in November of 2017. Got a used 07 Tundra in 2017 at 200,000 miles and no problems at all!!!! Loving the snow in Michigan with my 07 Tundra in 2019!!!!!


Best Truck in its Clas

You get exactly what you pay for with this Truck. It handles well, is beautifully designed, and extremely comfortable. I have had 5 men on a road trip and all 5 were comfortable as the cab is spacious. Rear seats even recline. It is reliable, hard working and handles great. Also capable of towing up to 10,000lbs.


Truck that keeps going

This truck will not quit, I drove 181,000 with minor repairs to anything. If anything the interior can?t hold up as long as the mechanics of the car.


Great truck but check timing belt and frame rust.

I recently purchased a used 2007 Tundra with 126K miles on it. I later learned there is an open safety recall on these trucks for frame rust, that is open until March 2019, so get your truck to the dealer! I was a little disappointed, as I didn't realize 2007 was one of the model years. My frame seems okay, for the moment but I will definitely get the inspections done. I'm not overly concerned about it, despite living in the northeast. Other than that, the truck looks new, rides new and runs like a new truck despite the mileage. These trucks are very reliable if you keep them serviced properly. The 4.7L engine in mine is bulletproof, except for the timing belt. Mine had a good service history except the timing belt. With 126K miles, it was 40K overdue for timing belt service which can be used to negotiate pricing (a Toyota dealer will want about $2K to perform the service - buy the parts and do it yourself, or pay a reputable garage $500 or so). I bought the truck to haul yard waste and tackle snow in the winter, and it does both in spades. The 4.7L has plenty of power, although mileage is a bit lacking. I wouldn't drive one as a daily commuter.


If you are going to own a truck, this is the one!

This truck has exceeded expectations. I purchased the Tundra new in 2007 and it has never given me a problem. Lots of power and plenty of comfort. I've averaged 15 mpg over the life of the truck. The truck handles well and is really comfortable for long drives, as well as in town commuting. It hauls heavy loads with ease. Four wheel drive is excellent in snow and ice. The next truck I buy will be another Tundra!


Best Full Size on the Market

Bought this Crewmax from a friend he regrets ever letting it go. Backseat is so spacious never had any issues with it almost 200k miles


This is a Million mile Truck

This truck is a luxury ride, big and spacious cabin, all the gadget creature comforts you need with a very big trunk. Great handling in all weather, on and off road, Super on safety features and eye catching curb appeal.