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2016 Toyota Tundra OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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4.5
Value
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Style
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Performance
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Comfort
5.0
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3.5
Reliability
4.5
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LIZBETH
LIZBETH
Poinciana, Florida
4.0
I love it
The car is very convenient, it is a gas saver and the seats are black just how I like it. The seats are leather and with children that is a pro. Also the seats are big and wide so I can sit comfortably. In winter time I can set the seats to a warm level. I love the radio, it syncs with my phone and it gives me a list of favorites. The radio also has navigation and I can set it up to different languages. The car is strong and it runs fast. The A/C works perfect, it gives me the option set the temperature in the back separately. The material of the carpet is great, easy to clean and in black as well so if my children spill something it not easy to see. The windows are tinted which is a plus for babies in the back seats.
Columbia, South Carolina
5.0
Excellent truck.
This truck is a very nice riding truck and has a very quiet interior. I have the 4x4 Crew Max with the 5.7L and there is a ton of room in the front and rear. I was specifically shopping for a truck that had a built-in trailer controller so I wouldn't have to buy one and add it to the dash, and Toyota started putting them in the Tundra in 2016. The interior was upgraded from the gross one in 2014, and that was what got to even look at the new Tundra, and I really like it. The materials are nice, there are zero rattles, everything fits together perfectly, and it's laid out pretty well. It has wonderful power from a stop and when you get on the gas at freeway speeds, I am very happy with the way the engine and transmission work together and the transmission never seems to hunt like other makes of vehicles I have had before. The thing I don't really like about this truck compared to other trucks in its class is the fuel economy. I hand calculate my mileage, and I have consistently gotten below 14 mpg since I bought the truck brand new. That includes highway, mixed, and city driving. I have a little over 14,000 miles on it, and I've had it 9 months. Fuel has already cost me over $1,800 here in South Carolina, while in California I would be paying much more for the same amount of driving. I bought the Tundra because we plan to get a tow behind camper soon, and a Tacoma just won't cut it for towing what we want.