2000 Toyota Tundra
Toyota re-releases its full size pick-up with the introduction of the new Tundra. The Tundra, larger and stronger than the T100, is... Read More
Toyota re-releases its full size pick-up with the introduction of the new Tundra. The Tundra, larger and stronger than the T100, is available with an optional V8 engine that boasts the first L.E.V. (low emission vehicle) rating by the EPA in the segment. Both 2WD and 4WD are available in either a Regular Cab or an Access Cab, with dual side access panels. The high-end Limited model features color-keyed bumpers, fender flares and outside mirrors, as well as power windows and door locks. Optional equipment includes four-wheel ABS, daytime running lights and a Limited Leather Trim Package. 4WD models offer an optional Off-Road Package, which includes off-road suspension, heavy-duty shock absorbers and BF Goodrich tires with aluminum alloy wheels. Minimize
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Oct 23, 1999
ONE-HUNDRED TWELVE THOUSAND GRINNING MILES..UPDATE NUMBER FIVE!!!!!!!!
Pros: ooh so comfortable-V8 goes like rocket-tranny shifts FIRM like it should
Cons: 17 MPG, everyone wants to race to find out what they already suspect.. it's fast!
Don't be scared...take a test drive ok..It's made in USA by US workers and contains as many US parts than other trucks too.. make your own decision.. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 19, 2000
Ford and Chevy who??
Pros: V-8 with Toyota reliability, roomy, versatile, SUPER SMOOTH
Cons: Bland styling compared to others Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 5, 2000
I paid extra $$$$$ for mine, and darn glad I did!
Pros: Looks good, drives great, quiet, Toyota quality.
Cons: Smaller than Ford-Chevy -- as if that matters. First production year brake glitch.
I like it a lot: stylish, quality construction. Pretty speedy too: 0-60mph in less than 8.0 sec. Easy to drive. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 20, 2004
A Toyota-that pretty much sums it up.
Pros: It's a Toyota!, 32valve V8, reliable, higher in stock from that GM,Ford, and Dodge.
Cons: Not cheap, brakes could be better.
Why settle for less? Spend the money for a Toyota and get what you really want. Very nice truck and recommended. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 14, 2001
Toyota Tundra--How About Them Apples!
Pros: Great Power, Nice Package, Very quiet, Smooth Ride
Cons: Cost, Backseat Space, Driver Visibility
If driving a truck to you means stiff suspension, poor handling, considerable lean, and sluggish power, the Tundra is not for you. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 17, 2004
Pros: Great Truck...runs like a top, quiet, solid, fun.
Cons: keeps OPEC in business
If you want a truck you can't go wrong with a Tundra. Toyota quality, full sized fun. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 23, 2000
2000 Toyota Fundra
Pros: Engine, Fit and Finish, 4X4,
Cons: Horn, Air Condition weak, Frt Seats need work for tall people Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 2, 1999
Test Drive by a MOPAR man
Pros: size, underseat storage, excellent suspension
Cons: cramped back seat, only automatic trans. available with v8 Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 1, 2003
A Life Saver
Pros: Quality Durability 5-Star Safety Rating Powerful
Cons: minor details-nothing you can't live with
The best quality, comfort, and safety $25,000 can buy. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 14, 2000
Pros: Silky Smooth Mutha
Cons: I don't have a pink slip to one Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 7, 2001
Tundra is well worth the money
Pros: Handsome truck, smooth, powerful ride, roomy, fast, high off ground like an all-wheel truck
Cons: soft, easy-to-ding bumpers, front doors are heavy and won't stay open
Tundra is well worth the money. It is perfect for those who want style, luxury, power, and usefulness from their truck. Read More at Epinions.com