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2003 Toyota Tundra OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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JP
JP
East Chicago, Indiana
4.0
Really great spacious truck
I got my Toyota Tundra in 2003. Before making my purchase I did tons of research into different types of trucks. I wanted a truck with enough space inside for 4 people and strong enough to pull a small trailer. I came to the conclusion that the Toyota Tundra would be perfect and thankfully I was right. The car has been a great investment over the last 11 years. It has gotten me to and from work and has needed only a few repairs such as getting the brakes changed, and having an annual oil change. I also like how smooth the ride is and how high it makes me feel off the ground. One of the few things I don't like about the truck is that it consumes a lot of gas so it can be an expensive car to use. Parking the truck also took a lot of practice and can be a scary experience since it is so big. It is hard to fit it in tight parking spots. I would most likely recommend this car to a friend as long as you feel comfortable driving a big car and don't mind shelling out a lot of money for gas. I would fill up the tank on a Monday and have to put more gas in it by Wednesday.
Security-Widefield, Colorado
5.0
Love my truck!
When it comes to my Tundra that is not much I dislike at all. It has plenty of torque and horsepower. It gets up and moves! It is highly reliable and trustworthy. Not that expensive to repair either, compared to my wife's Ford. The are only three things I dislike about my truck, the turn ratios, I wish the driver seat went back just two more inches, and with any Toyota the seat belts do not recoil very well. All minor issues to a tough and reliable truck. I also like there are several aftermarket parts and modifications you can do the to truck! Not to mention the price of the aftermarket parts seems to be less then Fords. Another thing I love about my truck in the simple dash controls. In 4x4 you can climb any hill with ease. Also the push button 4x4 is really easy to use and has never failed me compared to our Ford.