2005 Toyota Tundra
We call the Tundra life-sized. Its got a big interiorample leg, shoulder and headroomplenty of space for your able crew. It even seats six with the bench seat available in Access and Double Cab models. And this year its got an even bigger engine availablea 282-hp 4.7-liter i-FORCE V8 with VVT-i.
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Product Review Summary
14 Reviews from Epinions.com
May 12, 2005
Very Nice Ride And Performance
Pros: Very comfortable, spacious ride with a V8.
Cons: Turning radius for Double cab.
Jul 8, 2005
Work or Play, the Tundra has it all
Pros: Smooth ride and rugged styling with the interior features of a luxury sedan
Cons: None so far-
Feb 23, 2010
Great Long Lasting Truck
Pros: Great full-size truck, cab space, large bed
Cons: gas mileage, turn radius
Feb 24, 2005
Perfect For Every Occasion
Pros: 282 HP V8, 4WD with rubber floor mats!!
Cons: None Yet!!! Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 24, 2008
Pros: smooth, powerful, roomy, salsa red color is awesome
Cons: gas mileage Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 1, 2005
Best Truck in the segment no ifs ands or buts!!
Pros: Engine grunt, Transmission smoothness, Quality, and 6.5ft bed on the Double Cab!
Cons: Brakes, Brakes, and Brakes Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 18, 2005
We Love This Truck!!!
Pros: Roomy, electric rear window is great, tons of cup holders. I could go on...
Cons: Gas hog, radio is not great and is a bear to replace along with speakers. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 17, 2006
American Made! Not made in Mexico like Ford!
Pros: The excellent excelleration, comfort and handling.
Cons: Navigation does not work when driving , you have to stop! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 22, 2005
This Isn't Your Daddys Riceburner
Pros: Power, comfort, handling, quiet ride, price
Cons: Transmission quirkey now and then. Light rear end. Read More at Epinions.com