2012 Toyota Tundra
48,553 Miles
$27,944

Irvine, CA
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2012 Toyota Tundra
88,312 Miles
$29,599

Pasco, WA
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2012 Toyota Tundra
86,019 Miles
$20,927

Roswell, GA
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2012 Toyota Tundra
93,678 Miles
$20,998

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2012 Toyota Tundra
93,062 Miles
$21,599

Norwood, MA
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2012 Toyota Tundra
72,403 Miles
$22,998

Las Vegas, NV
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2012 Toyota Tundra
52,019 Miles
$24,998

Greenville, SC
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2012 Toyota Tundra
51,590 Miles
$29,998

Santa Fe, NM
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2012 Toyota Tundra
78,155 Miles
$29,998

Wichita, KS
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2012 Toyota Tundra
37,868 Miles
$27,998

Garland, TX
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2012 Toyota Tundra
65,766 Miles
$31,998

Laurel, MD
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2012 Toyota Tundra
62,198 Miles
$21,998

Richmond, TX
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2012 Toyota Tundra
51,055 Miles
$24,998

Duarte, CA
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2012 Toyota Tundra
47,864 Miles
$26,998

Fredericksburg, VA
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2012 Toyota Tundra
54,850 Miles
$24,997

Las Vegas, NV
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2012 Toyota Tundra
76,715 Miles
$24,697

Oklahoma City, OK
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2012 Toyota Tundra
81,461 Miles
$19,397

Temple Hills, MD
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2012 Toyota Tundra
130,051 Miles
$23,999

Great Falls, MT
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2012 Toyota Tundra
103,845 Miles
$21,900

Lima, OH
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2012 Toyota Tundra
34,342 Miles
$33,000

Tomball, TX
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2012 Toyota Tundra Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0

2012 Toyota Tundra Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Toyota Tundra - The best vehicle I have ever owned.

DRS
Lexington, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased the truck three years ago and it has been the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. The ride is excellent, there is a ton of space in the back seat and it has the power needed to pull my boat. I am able to comfortably ride a family of five or haul my dog. The bed provides a ton of space for hauling necessary items and keeps from having to borrow a truck regularly.
Story
Learning to back a boat into the water...Which, was an adventure in itself.
Pros
My favorite thing about the vehicle is the power it possesses and the quality of ride with the power.
Cons
It tends to wear tires very quickly. That is the only con that I have with the Toyota Tundra.

2012 Toyota Tundra - Loads of power

JML
Westmont, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I am a stay at home mom of a preschooler. I have previously driven a full-size SUV, and we needed to get a new or used vehicle, as ours was old, high mileage, and beginning to rust. I was looking at trucks for a few weeks and I didn't think we would afford a truck with my long list of fancy must-haves. When I came across the Tundra, it was love at first sight. I sat in the super comfortable cloth seats and was amazed - I didn't even mind them not being leather, or the interior being black...Owning a German Shepherd Dog means lots of fur, so I was hoping to get something that would hide her fur a little, but after sitting in these seats, I was totally okay with them. We have the 5-foot bed, and it is small enough for me to drive, but still holds a lot of cargo for thrifting, shopping,... (more)
Story
This is a rock warrior Tundra, so it is made to go off-road. My husband owns a wrangler and one day we decided to take the truck up "on the mountain". This thing rides so nice, it was a completely different experience from his Jeep. It drove up the mountain basically for us, and so smooth. Our son was super excited to take "mommy's black truck" up the rough terrain.
Pros
Absolutely love the back, roll-down window. Our dog just loves to stick her head out the back and it will definitely be handy when toting cargo from the home improvement stores. I have a back up camera, which is essential these days, it is such a huge safety feature, especially with this being such a large truck -always helpful to have a second set of eyes.
Cons
My particular model did not have a sunroof, which is completely unnecessary, but does appeal to the eyes. This model I own, also does not have leather heated seats. I however have been completely impressed with the comfort level of the cloth seats. It is like a lazy boy.

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