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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4.9

Love these trucks , better than the rest

Reliable, super easy to work on , parts are not expensive. fun to drive , I will never own another brand. Radios need upgrade

4.7

10 years of realibility

Good suspension, rides well. Very durable. During 10 years of ownership very few problems. Vehicle is still in great shape. Whether it is for long drives for short hauling trips the truck has delivered. Received compliments over the years. Interior dash is spread out and sometimes you have to reach while driving for the radio and other accessories. Owned a 2wd model, only once or twice I could of used a 4wd but living in an urban area, the 2wd was great. I am sure it will last another 10 years however the new models of trucks have caught up with the Tundra in style and options. Some offer better gas mileage and options, but for the durability and resale, the Tundra is hard to beat.

4.9

I feel like i'm driving a 3/4 ton truck

Loved this truck, it pulls so much better than any 1/2 ton ford or Chevy I have ever driven. Cab is a little noise but not bad. This truck doesn't corner as well as the fords, but after two weeks of driving I adjusted and didn't have any problems

4.6

Reliable truck, plenty of room, fun to drive

Perfect hunting truck. Plenty of room behind the seat, super tight turning radius even in 4WD. Just a great truck.

5.0

Great reliable truck

This truck is very comfortable to drive. It runs great for the price I paid for. The most reliable truck I've had so far.

4.9

Best Truck ever!

I currently own my Tundra and I have absolutely loved this truck. I give this truck 5 star but I will have 2 very small complaints. The first is because of the year there is no possibility to have stereo controls on the steering wheel, no big deal. Just get a Tundra 2008 or newer. Just something that would be a little better with mine. The largest complaint and you should know about it is the rotors are too small of this year model. You will have to change front rotors with pretty much every brake job if you do any towing. I don't tow every day but I have my boat and I use my truck for quote man projects. So town something heavy or fill my bed with a lot of stuff. I will always, and I mean always come back and buy a Toyota Tundra though.

5.0

Best vehicle I've ever owned

Lives up to what you would expect from Toyota name and surprisingly comfortable. Over 20 cup holders, quietest car I ever drove. Super tough truck great for the family only drawback is almost no tow capacity Compared to Nissan titan but needed the comfort of this vehicle.

5.0

Great Truck

Only had it a month so far, but it's comfortable and powerful. I use it to tow my camper that is about 6,000 lbs. and it doesn't even struggle. I can set my cruise control and coast down the road. I would definitely recommend this truck.

5.0

Million Mile Truck

This truck easily has 300,000 miles in it. The Energizer Bunny wouldn't even compete. He just shook his head and went home. Just read an article showing a 2007 Tundra with 1,000,000 miles. Toyota traded him a brand new truck for it! Wanted to tear it down to check wear.

5.0

Feels,looks and drives like a new truck

I absolutely love this truck !! Even though its a used truck, it feels like a new truck and drives like one too. It even has that new vehicle smell. Awesome !!