2017 Toyota Tundra
31,693 Miles
$36,910

Durham, NC
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2016 Toyota Tundra
21,525 Miles
$41,910

Durham, NC
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2010 Toyota Tundra
95,613 Miles
$23,999

Colorado Springs, CO
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2015 Toyota Tundra
37,924 Miles
$25,316

Memphis, TN
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2013 Toyota Tundra
95,396 Miles
$23,815

Memphis, TN
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2016 Toyota Tundra
27,973 Miles
$42,416

Memphis, TN
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2015 Toyota Tundra
25,508 Miles
$38,500

Denver, CO
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2015 Toyota Tundra
27,858 Miles
$37,990

Pelham, AL
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2016 Toyota Tundra
7,903 Miles
$37,990

Pelham, AL
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2005 Toyota Tundra
159,444 Miles
$12,993

Murray, UT
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2011 Toyota Tundra
131,362 Miles
$17,900

Provo, UT
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2017 Toyota Tundra
469 Miles
$31,000

Corona, CA
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2008 Toyota Tundra
100,234 Miles
$14,873

Boise, ID
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2011 Toyota Tundra
108,348 Miles
$20,477

Thornton, CO
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2013 Toyota Tundra
98,168 Miles
$19,995

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Tundra
44,065 Miles
$36,640

Daytona Beach, FL
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2007 Toyota Tundra
167,687 Miles
$9,598

Laconia, NH
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2016 Toyota Tundra
7,202 Miles
$44,976

Murray, UT
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2014 Toyota Tundra
81,615 Miles
$32,988

Eugene, OR
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2014 Toyota Tundra
22,611 Miles
$36,587

Denver, CO
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Toyota Tundra Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.7
49 Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.7
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.9
Reliability
4.4

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2005 Toyota Tundra - My truck has proven to be dependable, reliable, and easy to maintain.

JSB
Dublin, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I think the 2005 Tundra is a fantastic vehicle. The maintenance costs are low, it has plenty of power, does great in the snow and mud, and unlike many things in my life, has always been there when I needed it. It is a good-looking vehicle, and still gets peoples attention when I pull into a parking space. I like the fact that it is a tiny bit smaller than most full-sized trucks, because it leaves me more room to get in and out of tight spaces, and yet is roomy enough for 4 adults with plenty of cargo space in back.
Story
One winter the neighborhood was entirely snowed in. Several feet of snow lay on top of a thick layer of ice all throughout the area. Only my Tundra and I were able to get out, and I spent several days ferrying groceries and prescriptions to my elderly neighbors who had no other means of obtaining them.
Pros
The interior is quite ample, with room for four adults. I am a large man, and there is plenty of headroom and room behind the steering wheel, which is something I can't say of a lot of vehicles. It gets decent gas mileage on the highway, and has never failed to start on me. I also like the fact that many of the systems on the truck are easy for me to repair myself, such as the brakes, spark plugs, filters, etc...
Cons
The skid plates are a pain to remove to get access to parts under the truck, and the design of the power steering tubing makes for a very involved and expensive repair process after 10 years of wear and tear. I was also somewhat concerned about the two recalls the truck. The first was for potential rust issues in the frame, which while not a problem on my vehicle, is certain to affect the resale value. The second is an airbag recall affecting many manufacturers, but which has not yet been resolved and so causes me anxiety, since I won't know if I am affected unless it is deployed in an ac... (more)

2015 Toyota Tundra - 2015 Tundra - Best Truck on the Road

Bill
Pulaski, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
This is the best truck that I've ever driven. I dare say its probably one of the best on the road today. The truck with it's 5.7 L V8 has all the power I'll ever need. It's styling is fantastic. However, the way it drives and rides is what sold me. It is smooth, quiet, and extremely tight and responsive. This truck will work had but still look good enough to go out on the town at night.
Story
On a recent camping trip, we were driving around looking at the campsites. I noticed one gentlemen staring at my truck. I thought he was admiring it till I got to the other side of the campsite and saw that he had the exact same truck as mine including the color. We both waved and smiled at each other.
Pros
The power is exceptional for a standard pickup truck. It can pull more load than most standard trucks. It is very comfortable to drive or ride in. The back seat is very roomy. It has a JBL sound system and it is absolutely fantastic. One of the things I like most about this truck is the placement of all the controls. Toyota does a very good job of locating the controls where they are natural and comfortable to use without being a distraction while you are driving.
Cons
Fuel mileage is not the best. I get around 15 mpg driving around town and when I'm pulling a camper, it drops to around 9 mpg. I guess that's the tradeoff for the power from the 5.7 L V8. Another potential problem I've seen is that the paint appears to be a little thin. My truck is black and even a minor mishap can go through the black paint showing small scratches.

2000 Toyota Tundra - Fantastic truck.

Tundra Owner
Lake of the Woods, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I have a 200 Toyota Tundra. It is the best vehicle I have ever owned. I have put over 60k miles on in in 2.5 years and have just recently had to make the first minor repair. The truck does everything I need it to do and then some. If I had the opportunity to buy the same truck again, I absolutely would. I purchase this truck when it was 14 years old and it still drives like it is brand new!
Story
Just a few days ago, I was able to get 3 different vehicles in the same area, unstuck from mud. It did not bog my truck down at all. After watching them spin wheels for a while and making huge ruts, it took as of 5 minutes each and very little strain on my truck to pull them out!
Pros
This truck is big enough to do your typical truck type things i.e. hauling, off road driving, etc. but small enough to fit in to most parking spaces, city driving and great to use as a daily driver. The cab is spacious for an older truck and it does seat 6 depending on the size of the people. It has a very powerful V* engine and 4x4 which is always great to have. This truck is VERY easy to work on - not too many electronics and lots of space to move around. This tundra should last a very long time. At 160k miles, I feel like I am just breaking it in!
Cons
There are not too many cons to this vehicle. It is a 4 door but the rear doors are suicide doors which make it difficult to get things in and out. The back seat is only suitable for smaller children and small adults. The front seat would not be suitable for a larger person - heavy or tall. A bigger person could sit in the front, but the back seat would then be unusable. The fuel economy could certainly be better, but for a mid side truck it is not bad. I get 12mpg in the winter and 16 in the summer.

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