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First Tundra

by from North Carolina on May 13, 2013

Purchased '10 Tundra in January of '13, took 2100 mile trip in April with 5 in Crew Max. Plenty of room, tremendous ride and handling. Next to no wind noise. Even claustrophobic mom liked it. Great tr...
Purchased '10 Tundra in January of '13, took 2100 mile trip in April with 5 in Crew Max. Plenty of room, tremendous ride and handling. Next to no wind noise. Even claustrophobic mom liked it. Great traveling vehicle.
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Amazed

by from Silver Spring, Md on November 24, 2012

Found this truck at cars.com,contacted the dealer and was called by dealer promptly. Transaction was smooth as silk could not have been treated any better. The Tundra is a stud tons of power tows my t...
Found this truck at cars.com,contacted the dealer and was called by dealer promptly. Transaction was smooth as silk could not have been treated any better. The Tundra is a stud tons of power tows my trailers effortlessly.I highly recommend Darcars of Silver Spring,Virgil T and Toyota, I now own 4!
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Best Bang For Your Buck

by from Jackson, Mississippi on November 13, 2011

Let's face it no here goes after a truck looking for mpg's. We go after brands, tow ratings, capability, and interior room. I found compared to other trucks this truck flys! I punch it either up a hil...
Let's face it no here goes after a truck looking for mpg's. We go after brands, tow ratings, capability, and interior room. I found compared to other trucks this truck flys! I punch it either up a hill or flat surface it will go. I kinda dont like the fact that the pedal is too touchy sumtimes because if i wear boots instead of shoes i make the mistake of dropping my foot on it and burning out. I havent had one problem yet took it on a 3000 round trip from mississippi to az. She handled exceptionaly well. I have an entertainment satnd in the bed and it felt like riding in a cloud. On my way back from AZ I was unloaded the ride was a bit harsh but probably no different of a heavy duty truck suspension. I averaged 3 different mpgs 18,20,22. 18 was with up and down hills, 20 was down hill as well as a declined surface. 22 was in new mexico where it was virtually flat with a good amout of decline. I did like the fact that an average man can drive the vehicle and another sit in the rear passenger seat, still have a moderate amount of room not feeling cramped like the dodge ram cabs. I have a 2wd dbl cab tundra. I have yet to tow with it but im sure it won't disappoint me. Things they could do better is the shocks I dont have the trd model im sure theres a huge difference on ride.
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Tundra Great Value

by from Certral New Jersey on September 22, 2012

Better built than american cars. Althought Tundra is now made in the US. Rides great and it is like a hybrid between a 1500 and a 2500. Since Toyota only has one model it is like the best of both worl...
Better built than american cars. Althought Tundra is now made in the US. Rides great and it is like a hybrid between a 1500 and a 2500. Since Toyota only has one model it is like the best of both worlds.
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Searched long and hard.

by from Pittsburgh, Pa. on January 24, 2016

I searched long and hard for the particular Tundra. It had to be between the years of 2010 and 2013, simply because I don't care for the looks of the newer ones. I previous owned a 2000 Tundra 4/w acc...
I searched long and hard for the particular Tundra. It had to be between the years of 2010 and 2013, simply because I don't care for the looks of the newer ones. I previous owned a 2000 Tundra 4/w access cab SR5 which was a fantastic truck, but the 4.7L did not cut pulling a 5th. wheel up the hills of W.V. I traveled 300 miles to purchase a 2010 Tundra Limited Double Cab 4/W with 5.7L in Salsa Red and low miles. These items that I am going to list ,may just take some time to getting use to. The shifting seems less controlled by the gas pedal. The sound of the exhaust sounds less hearty. The fuel economy is a little less than my 2000, but I expected that. I like the over all larger size of the vehicle. The interior I gave a lower rating because, I found it to have less storage space, poorer cup holders, and the center armrest storage is to deep to store items neatly compared to my 2000 Tundra. If it proves to be as good as my 2000 Tundra, I will be very pleased. I have only owned it for one month.
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Excellent Truck for the Buck

by from Ft. Myers, Fl on February 19, 2014

Bought a 2010 Tundra for well below the market price. Salesperson was great in answering all my questions about the truck. Manager was well prepared for my offer and we finally came to an agreement.
Bought a 2010 Tundra for well below the market price. Salesperson was great in answering all my questions about the truck. Manager was well prepared for my offer and we finally came to an agreement.
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Best truck I have ever owned

by from md on January 23, 2014

Best truck I have ever owned. Has all the power and then some when you need it. Very mature interior and the double cab seat 5 aduts comfortably.
Best truck I have ever owned. Has all the power and then some when you need it. Very mature interior and the double cab seat 5 aduts comfortably.
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BEST TRUCK EVER!

by from Oklahoma City on September 1, 2014

I have owned many trucks in my lifetime, but the Tundra by far is the best! It may not be as flashy as some of the Ford or Dodges, but its basics are what are so good. The quality seen in its construc...
I have owned many trucks in my lifetime, but the Tundra by far is the best! It may not be as flashy as some of the Ford or Dodges, but its basics are what are so good. The quality seen in its construction is so much better than all the other counterparts. The bottom line is, you don't live at the service center with this truck. I can't say the same for the others. I know they are improving, but for me I am going to stay with a Tundra. You wont be disappointed! It has the raw power, the ride of a Lexus, and the towing abilities of any other truck. Also, I noticed it appears to sit higher than many other trucks. It is a massive and heavy truck. Very impressive!
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Best Truck for the Money

by from Warner Robins, GA on February 8, 2015

We purchased our 2010 Toyota Tundra SR5 TRD-OffRoad Double cab in Salsa Red Metallic in June of 2009. Our truck features the new-for-2010 4.6L V8. After nearly six years and 120,000 miles, I can assur...
We purchased our 2010 Toyota Tundra SR5 TRD-OffRoad Double cab in Salsa Red Metallic in June of 2009. Our truck features the new-for-2010 4.6L V8. After nearly six years and 120,000 miles, I can assure you that this is one of the most sound automotive investments you can make. There has not been a single issue with the truck-ever. With routine servicing (oil change every 10k miles etc), I have no reason to believe this truck won't go for another 120k. The 4.6 V8 offers an excellent blend of power and fuel economy. I average just under 18 MPG and the truck has no issue with power in any situation. Out on the highway, the Tundra rides comfortably at any speed and passes with ease. The SR5 package provides an excellent blend of creature comforts at an affordable price. In 2009, bluetooth, USB, and a telescoping steering wheel couldn't be found at just north of $30k anywhere else but in the Tundra. Storage space is abundant. In any situation, the Tundra has exceeded expectations. Be it family hauling, road tripping, or any other activity a crew cab truck could be put up to, the Tundra will provide you with years of capable reliability.
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Good Truck

by from NE Wisconsin on September 12, 2010

Purchased 4.6 4x4 dbl cab Tundra edition with tow and cold weather pkg. MSRP just over 30K. What won me over - best power and options for the money; 6 speed transmission(Chevy still hangs on to 4 spee...
Purchased 4.6 4x4 dbl cab Tundra edition with tow and cold weather pkg. MSRP just over 30K. What won me over - best power and options for the money; 6 speed transmission(Chevy still hangs on to 4 speed in that price range); drives like a truck with good acceleration and driving-feel that begs for a load (felt disconnected from the road in the Ford. I'm sure it is more than capable, but felt like I had to kill the gas pedal to get the thing to move); I like the column shift; the perception of quality (uncle has driven toyota pick-ups for decades, religiously keeps then for 10 years - then trades them in for the new one - now my dad has done the same for Fords...sorry Dad) I have driven the truck for a year now, have 7k miles on it. Towed 3K to 5Klb loads with ease. It is a great drive - took it off road a couple of times, but do not have a need to do any mudding. I truly hope the truck stays crisp for me, planning on keeping it for a decade. One 'need improvement' - people on the tacoma reviews talk of tranny uncertainty at low speeds then accelerating, well same thing with this truck, a little annoying. Also, the ride can be rough if you hit a bad stretch on the highway at speed without a load. Put 3K on the hitch, and the truck zooms like a caddy. I do not consider the rough ride a penalty, to me, that is how a truck should feel. I did not buy the truck to be romantic, to let the wife drive it, to take trips to the supermarket, to have my friends be wowed by the room in the back seat, etc. I bought the truck for capability and reliability without paying extra for shiny wheels and sync technology. and since I am on my 'high-horse,' I like the fact that the tundra uses more US sourced parts than most other vehicles on the road and is build in the USA. If i was truly passionate about that type of thing, I would much rather support working-class families like myself than support foreign workers hired by corporate america. I did not buy the Tundra for this notion, but had to throw that in there just to stir things up with those who care. I used cars.com to find the dealer - cars.com rocks!
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