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Old 01-21-2021, 03:53 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Toyota Tundra or Nissan Titan?

We’ve never owned either model b4 and are going looking this weekend possibly buying a truck, 4x4 -Trading Jeep in

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Old 01-21-2021, 03:55 PM   #2
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I'm on my 3rd tundra, no major issues and put 200-300k within 5 yrs. They are built like tanks, get one before they go twin turbo V6 super hybrid
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Old 01-21-2021, 03:56 PM   #3
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I have both and love everything about both


Lots of help I know

To be fair, my Titan is the XD with the Cummins so it isn’t really apples to apples

My tundra has about 160,000ish and the only thing that has ever had to be “fixed” is a bad starter and at about 120,000 the rear main seal started leaking and had to be replaced

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Old 01-21-2021, 03:57 PM   #4
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Tundra hands down.
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Old 01-21-2021, 03:58 PM   #5
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Old 01-21-2021, 03:59 PM   #6
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:03 PM   #7
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For resale, there is no comparison and Toyota wins every time. Toyota also wins on looks in my opinion. Reliability is probably comparable with the edge going to Toyota. I had a 2014 Titan before the body style changed. I thought the new ones would grow on me but I still think they are ugly.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:04 PM   #8
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drive a Nissan Titan V8 (100,000 mile warranty) then drive a Toyota then you can make a decision
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:05 PM   #9
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:08 PM   #10
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:08 PM   #11
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I’ve had both and If I had to get another go for the Yota!
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I have had both and really liked both. I'd lean towards the tundra. Both are gonna suck on gas mileage though
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I'm on my 3rd tundra, no major issues and put 200-300k within 5 yrs. They are built like tanks, get one before they go twin turbo V6 super hybrid
Tundra all the way.
Just ticked 200k on mine.
Had to replace the alternator at 186k but been flawless other than that.

They are built like tanks, and use about as much gas .
Can't wait for that 6 to get here.
I don't think Toyota is gonna crap on us.
They may though!
T already has a def system for gas engines.
Considering the current administration, if they roll the 22s out with that system, I'll be in my current truck till it dies.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:12 PM   #14
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:14 PM   #15
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:15 PM   #16
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Tundra all the way.
Just ticked 200k on mine.
Had to replace the alternator at 186k but been flawless other than that.

They are built like tanks, and use about as much gas .
Can't wait for that 6 to get here.
I don't think Toyota is gonna crap on us.
They may though!
T already has a def system for gas engines.
Considering the current administration, if they roll the 22s out with that system, I'll be in my current truck till it dies.
Before the new 2022 comes out, I may Trade my 2017 Double Cab for a 2021 Crew Max since I have two babies now and need some extra room for car seats.

I'm hesitant to buy the V6 Turbo the first year, I may wait a couple of year for them to catch and fix all the kinks. I am sad that they're doing away with the V8 though!
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:16 PM   #17
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I have both and love everything about both


Lots of help I know

To be fair, my Titan is the XD with the Cummins so it isn’t really apples to apples

My tundra has about 160,000ish and the only thing that has ever had to be “fixed” is a bad starter and at about 120,000 the rear main seal started leaking and had to be replaced
How much did it cost to get the rear main seal replaced? My dad bought a super clean 2012 TRD Rock Warrior with 128,000 miles. Truck looks brand new. I crawled under it and noticed a tad bit of oil around the pan, and on the bell housing, and I'm wondering if it's not the rear main. Just a slight seap. Nothing is hitting the ground. It's not the Valve cover gaskets. It possibly could be the oil pan gasket I suppose. Other then that the truck is a gem. Had Mobile 1 changed every 5000 miles on all the regular maintenance and fluid changes done at the dealership.

I thought $16,500 was a fair price.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:18 PM   #18
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i owned a Tundra for 3 years and loved every year. the only issue were my front brakes. took it to many places including the dealer and still had my rotors warp after 6-7 thousand miles. got 15-16 mpg empty and 9-10 mpg pulling a trailer empty or loaded.

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I just bought a Tundra TRD Pro, last night, and I LOVE it!
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:20 PM   #20
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How much did it cost to get the rear main seal replaced? My dad bought a super clean 2012 TRD Rock Warrior with 128,000 miles. Truck looks brand new. I crawled under it and noticed a tad bit of oil around the pan, and on the bell housing, and I'm wondering if it's not the rear main. Just a slight seap. Nothing is hitting the ground. It's not the Valve cover gaskets. It possibly could be the oil pan gasket I suppose. Other then that the truck is a gem. Had Mobile 1 changed every 5000 miles on all the regular maintenance and fluid changes done at the dealership.

I thought $16,500 was a fair price.
No help for ya really.... I did it got the cost of the part and a 12 pack to my buddy for the use of his lift. It’s a really easy job, if you have a hydraulic lift
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i owned a Tundra for 3 years and loved every year. the only issue were my front brakes. took it to many places including the dealer and still had my rotors warp after 6-7 thousand miles. got 15-16 mpg empty and 9-10 mpg pulling a trailer empty or loaded.

i hope that helps
what year Tundra was it?
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:22 PM   #22
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I loved my tundra. If I didn’t have to upgrade trucks for towing reasons I would probably still have it.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:27 PM   #23
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My Tundra is great. Wife has Sequoia which is pretty much the same vehicle. We have had only minimal maintenance issues. We love the turn radius and durability. The only downside is gas mileage. Other than that it's a great vehicle.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:35 PM   #24
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Before I bought my F150, I looked at Nissan's. Try as I might, I just couldn't vibe on the look. I would buy a Toyota before a Nissan, but what do I know, I bought a Ford!
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:39 PM   #26
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So I drive a Tundra, I bought new in 2010, she still keeps trucking along. Only issue so far is a water pump. My wife drives a 2018 Nissan Titan, hers is currently sitting in the shop getting a new transmission @50k miles. She doesn’t pull anything, just drives it to work. Her truck is a Pro-4x, it is very nice, has lockers, all the bells and whistles, it does not have the power that my Tundra does. She loves it, and that’s all that matters, but I would not personally drive one.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:49 PM   #27
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I sold my Tundra in feb. Had 262k miles. Bought a nissan titan xd pro4x. I like that i have gooseneck and can pull the big trailer. Gas millage is better than tundra, but that is about all. If tundra brought out a longer bed crew cab i would be back in. But to answer, Tundra hands down. Solid truckn. My titan sounds like a bags of bolts on the ranch. Their fender well skirts make tons of noise.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:51 PM   #28
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I sold my Tundra in feb. Had 262k miles. Bought a nissan titan xd pro4x. I like that i have gooseneck and can pull the big trailer. Gas millage is better than tundra, but that is about all. If tundra brought out a longer bed crew cab i would be back in. But to answer, Tundra hands down. Solid truckn. My titan sounds like a bags of bolts on the ranch. Their fender well skirts make tons of noise.
Not to mention the hood squeak. Lol. My wife has been driving Nissan for 10+ years, first an Xterra, then an Armada, now a Titan.
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:56 PM   #29
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I’ve owned 8 Toyota’s over the years with only one being a tundra but all being 4wd trucks and can’t complain about a single one, my last one had 250k and is still running strong with a family member and my current one is at 143k with no issues! So I’m a fan of Toyota’s


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Both! Quality is top and Nissan has a better warranty. The new Nissan gas is very powerful.

Nissan 5.6L
400 hp & 413 torque

Toyota
381 hp & 401 torque
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Old 01-21-2021, 05:09 PM   #32
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Tundra. Toyota’s are the best trucks I have ever owned
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Old 01-21-2021, 05:13 PM   #33
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I've owned both. An '08 regular cab tundra with the 4.7, 4x4, and now a '17 Titan 1/2 ton crew cab 4x4.

I loved the Tundra. 200K on the clock in 5 years. Only ever had 1 issue, and Toyota took care of it at no cost, even though it was out of warranty(something in the smog control, not recalled, but acknowledged as a design flaw). Bought a regular cab because I was single, in my mid 20's, freshly divorced, and had no prospects for kids anytime soon. Only sold it when I did end up settling down and kids were expected.

My '17 Titan has also been great. I bought it in Nov of '19, used, with 40K on the clock. Have put another 20k on it over the last year and a half. I bought it because at the time I couldn't buy a like for like anything else(half ton, 4x4, crew cab), for even $15k more. The 100k mile factory warranty helps, since I dont drive near the miles I used to, I dont expect to exhaust it. MPG is, well.... pretty bad. 2" leveling kit and 33" tires dont help, and neither does the fact that its a blast to drive. When I put my foot down it GOES. I avg about 14 mpg with mixed driving.

Honestly, buy which you like more. For me, I liked the Tundra more, but just couldnt swallow the extra $15-20k pricetag for a later model low-miles equivalent. This was essentially a second/hunting vehicle for us, since I work from home full time.
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If resale is your goal - it's a no brainer. Toyota in a landslide.

Nissan is a good truck for a lot less price though.

I have driven 8 or so Toyota trucks (Tacoma/Tundra) and 3 or so Titans. I would definitely choose a Toyota.
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Old 01-21-2021, 05:38 PM   #36
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No help for ya really.... I did it got the cost of the part and a 12 pack to my buddy for the use of his lift. It’s a really easy job, if you have a hydraulic lift
Good to know, I've got a good mechanic that's a friend of my wife. He's kept my '02 TRD in tip top shape, on a few jobs, that where a little more then I wanted to mess with. Water pump, timing belt, fuel pump.
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Old 01-21-2021, 05:51 PM   #37
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Love my tundra. My dad always had Toyota’s growing up. Can’t beat them in my opinion
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both! Quality is top and nissan has a better warranty. The new nissan gas is very powerful.

Nissan 5.6l
400 hp & 413 torque

toyota
381 hp & 401 torque

ford 3.5 eb v6
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I have a 06 limited edition, 206,000 original owner. Other than replace batteries, tires and brakes. Oil changes every 3,000. This runs like a striped ape.2024 i plan on a new one. The
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Toyota has had the same generation truck since 2014 - with just some cosmetic changes. Are they coming out with a new generation anytime soon ? (sorry if I missed it above)


Always have liked the Tundra - except the crappy gas mileage.
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Can’t believe this is even a question. Tundra! 3 Toyota’s parked in my driveway.
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There will be a compete redesign tundra for 2022.


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Toyota has had the same generation truck since 2014 - with just some cosmetic changes. Are they coming out with a new generation anytime soon ? (sorry if I missed it above)


Always have liked the Tundra - except the crappy gas mileage.
Next yr.
How it will look, no clue, may not change much at all imo.
It looks like it will have a twin turbo v-6 though.
Hopefully the Pro gets redesigned as well, as that is what I will probably go to.
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Old 01-21-2021, 06:51 PM   #45
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Purchased a new 2007 Tundra SR5 double cab 4x4 and just had to replace the starter. Excellent truck so I just purchased a new 2021 Tundra SR5 double cab TSS 4x4 to replace it (same truck). My middle son got my 07 and he loves it. Highly recommend them. I used mine to tow my RV to Colorado and other places. Other than the relatively low mpg it pulls and drives like a champ. Good luck.
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:00 PM   #46
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I own a Toyota product (car, not truck) and refuse to drive anything else.

At 100,000 miles, a Toyota has barely hit it's stride. We drive our vehicles until "the wheels fall off" which is why I'm very religious about taking them in for service every 5,000 miles. Most of the money I've put into a Toyota is related to either scheduled maintenance or tires.

We're on our FIFTH Toyota.

Now that I think about it, aren't Tundras assembled in Texas? I don't know where Nissan trucks are made but, all other things being equal, I'd buy a Tundra just to support the Texas economy!
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:04 PM   #47
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For resale, there is no comparison and Toyota wins every time. Toyota also wins on looks in my opinion. Reliability is probably comparable with the edge going to Toyota. I had a 2014 Titan before the body style changed. I thought the new ones would grow on me but I still think they are ugly.
Tundra #1 in my book also, I bought a 2014 crew max work truck new
Paid it of with 79k on it, was loving sending that truck payment to savings for a while.
88k broadsided and totaled.. by a driver with no drivers license..
Here’s the best part they hold their value.. paid of 16k .. win win
Went bout a 2019 new with 4.6..
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:09 PM   #48
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We buy the Tundras for company trucks. 1,000,000+ miles cumulative on all 7 Of them. 1 trip to the shop (other then standard maintenance). Run 100% synthetics in them.
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:16 PM   #49
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Tundra hands down, and I own an F150, but almost bought a Tundra before settling on the F150. For me I got the F150 for about $10,000.00 cheaper than a comparable Tundra.
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:16 PM   #50
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Just traded in my 2010 F150 with 240,000 miles for a 2018 Toyota Tundra SR5 4x4. It’s not brand new but new to me. The ride is superior to anything I have ever rode in. The back seat is ginormous! I highly recommend the Tundra!
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