2002 Toyota Tundra
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$9,933

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$7,480

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248,111 Miles
$7,995

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$7,545

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$6,995

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$8,890

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$9,900

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$6,995

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209,114 Miles
$8,990

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$6,990

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$6,499

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$4,995

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$6,595

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$8,250

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229,000 Miles
$4,888

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2002 Toyota Tundra
191,690 Miles
$6,995

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136,100 Miles
$4,995

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176,357 Miles
$8,995

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178,652 Miles
$9,995

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2002 Toyota Tundra Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0

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2002 Toyota Tundra - Still Amazing.

KM
Stockton, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I love everything about my truck. I've owned Toyotas before and I've always enjoyed their longevity. In the past 10+ years I've never had any major problems with my truck, and there have been only minor maintenance needs which I've been able to take care of on my own. Because the truck is so solid, I know that I'll be protected in an accident and that's the most important part to me. The design of the truck has eliminated most blind spots for me while I'm driving. The frame is solid and looks good. I think the Tacoma is one of the better looking Trucks that Toyota makes. It's strong, durable, and still looks great.
Story
My family and I are "car people" and this Tundra is our every day vehicle. We typically go to a race track near us in our area to watch our cousins drag race. One year their car stalled and their Chevy couldn't pull it up the hill and off the track and so we backed up our little v6 truck up and was able to help get it back to their tent to fix it. We just felt good; the engine in our truck bea... (more)
Pros
Toyota is an incredibly intuitive designer. While driving, everything is easily accessible; from the console to the storage spaces, everything is out in the open. It drives incredibly easy, and my model is a V6 which means that even though it's a powerful truck capable of hauling or just running errands, it isn't too costly for me when it comes to paying for gas. It's everything you'd want in a car but with the power of a truck.
Cons
There are very few cons to this vehicle. The times when I've had knobs break (for example, because of my daughter's forcefulness with the tail gate) I have been able to find parts very easily. Funnily enough, the Tundra sold very well in my area so sometimes people would steal caps or the letters from the vehicle to replace with their own but getting replacements from the dealership for those items was just as easy.

2002 Toyota Tundra - Greatest truck ever made

ALZ
Meriden, Connecticut
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
The reason I bought this vehicle was because I need a truck. I had a 1988 Toyota Camry at the time, so I was already sold on Toyota quality and reliability. So when it came time to actually go and purchase a truck, I pretty much headed straight for my Toyota dealer. At first I was going to get the Tacoma, but they were much too small for my stature. So that's when I looked at the Tundra, and I'm glad I did. Smooth V8, powerful acceleration, comfortable interior, and much more space than the Tacoma I had originally considered. After almost 14 years of ownership it has yet to let me down at all, with the only non-maintenance item being an oxygen sensor that needed to be replace at around the 9 year mark.
Story
I remember hauling tons of stuff on various occasions, such as topsoil for a garden and bring trash to the local dump, including a load of would that tested the rear suspension to it's limits.
Pros
The most positive aspect of this vehicle is the fact it's so reliable. I wouldn't expect anything less from a Toyota. Also, the fact the vehicle is so powerful, which means it can also tow and haul as well as go fast. Also, with 4WD, I have honestly never gotten stuck in snow, plus it is more stable when actually having to drive on the snow too.
Cons
The biggest con is the gas mileage. It comes along with has a big V8 under the hood. Even with being gentle on the gas pedal, I get a max of 20MPG on a long highway trip, and much worse in the city. Second would be the paint. Black paint looks awful even when washed and waxed the day before. Also, the cost of tires is high, at least $700 a set since trucks use larger tires. This vehicle uses a timing belt, which needs replacement every 6 years/90K miles at a cost of $1000 at a Toyota dealer.

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