2002 Toyota Tundra
Top-line Tundra models for 2002 get a number of standard features that were previously optional. This Indiana-built truck competes with... Read More
Top-line Tundra models for 2002 get a number of standard features that were previously optional. This Indiana-built truck competes with full-size Ford, Dodge, and General Motors pickups, though its somewhat smaller. Regular-cab Tundras have two doors and an 8-ft cargo bed. The extended Access Cab has a 6.5-ft bed, a 3-place rear-bench seat, and rear-hinged back doors that dont open independently of the front doors. No crew cab is offered. The V6 engine comes with manual or automatic transmission, the V8 with automatic only. Tundra has rear-wheel drive or 4WD that must be disengaged on dry pavement but includes low-range gearing. New for 02 is an optional limited-slip rear differential for V8 versions. Base, SR5, and top-line Limited models are offered, with the base trim exclusive to the regular cab. For 02, Limiteds get standard in-dash CD changer, ABS, and keyless remote entry, all of which were previously optional. ABS is optional on all other Tundras, but 4-wheel-disc brakes are unavailable. Minimize
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Oct 18, 2002
A solid truck
Pros: Powerful V8, good ride
Cons: Reputation for brake problems, driveshaft "clunk", some cheap interior trim
The Tundra is a quality truck, and although it has a few low points, is still better than the other three large pickups. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 19, 2007
2002 SR5 TRD 4WD Tundra Access Cab
Pros: Nimble steering, Good power, Decent Stock equipment.
Cons: Transmission "hitch", ABS not standard, Rear drum brakes.
These are great trucks but good luck finding a used one. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 3, 2005
Consumer reports best truck....by a mile
Pros: Reliable, comfortable, attractive, easy to drive
Cons: interior a bit spartan
This truck does nothing exceptionally and everything well. A pleasing experience awaits you. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 2, 2002
Superior ride, power and quality
Pros: Very strong V8, whisper quiet interior cabin with exceptionally smooth ride.
Cons: Rear brakes come standard drum instead of disc except in Limited model.
This is the best quality built truck on the market today. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 22, 2003
1 Amazing Vehicle
Pros: Very smooth, Strong engine, comfortable, strong brakes
Cons: vibrating brakes
I recommend this truck to anyone and everyone. If you decide on this truck, you will have made the right choice. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 6, 2008
Pros: Power, comfort, quality of construction
Cons: gas milage, stiff seats
I would buy this truck again in a heartbeat. The quality has to be seen to be appreciated. Even with the somewhat high price, it is a great value. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 21, 2002
Chevy, Ford, & Dodge running scared
Pros: V8 power, smooth transmission, & the high quality to detail.
Cons: Back seats are upright, aux pwr only works with the truck on.
Bottom Line, if you look at the Tundra you will buy the Tundra. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 15, 2003
Waited 30 years for this truck! 2002 Tundra
Pros: Looks, Ride, Reliability, Power
The only truck I would consider trading this one in on would be another Tundra after I put my usual 300-500,000 on it! Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 13, 2002
I'll Never Buy Ford Again
Pros: Quality vehicle, reliable, smooth, comfortable, tough
Cons: a few minor complaints, that's all
The Toyota Tundra is a reliable, quiet riding, and overall superior pickup truck. Its performance, safety, and quality far outweigh that of any other truck on the market. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 16, 2007
Pros: Big box to haul stuff, Adequate power, Awesome ride, nice driving experience, access cab
Cons: Fuel economy, payload, recalls
Unless you need more payload capacity, this is an truck to have. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 4, 2003
Tundra is the best full sized truck out there!
Pros: Looks great, powerful, roomy
Cons: Gas mileage, black paint hard to keep clean
Never mid what critics say about the Tundra, their just jealous they don't have one! Read More at Epinions.com