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Old 03-25-2020, 11:35 AM   #1
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Old 03-25-2020, 11:46 AM   #2
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If you can afford a 40-70 thousand dollar truck why cant you afford a mile or 2 less mpg?
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They’re the best, most reliable truck you can own. I don’t pay attention to gas mileage. I want my truck to crank when I turn the key, and run until I turn it off and Toyota has been flawless for me.
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Theyíre the best, most reliable truck you can own. I donít pay attention to gas mileage. I want my truck to crank when I turn the key, and run until I turn it off and Toyota has been flawless for me.
Reminds me I need to go charge the battery in my taco
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I love how my back window goes down so I can have my kid grab me a beer out of the cooler.
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:04 PM   #6
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Reminds me I need to go charge the battery in my taco
Haha. My taco has 330,000 on it and all that I’ve done to it since I have owned it was a fuel pump and a alternator.
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I think all the complaining about Tacomas and Tundras must come from the hill billies that can't afford one. All the BS about them being rice burners makes me LOL

At least they work. I have nothing against people who own Chevy/Ford but no one can say Toyotas don't last a lot longer. I guess they can say it, but everyone knows they're FOS.
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Theyíre the best, most reliable truck you can own. I donít pay attention to gas mileage. I want my truck to crank when I turn the key, and run until I turn it off and Toyota has been flawless for me.
Most reliable...Maybe
Best? Far from it.
Every manufacturer offers a half ton truck with more power, payload, towing capacity, and mpg than the Toyota.
With that said, my next truck just may be the tundra.
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There might be other offerings with options but there is nothing as reliable for as long as Toyotas , at least for my sons and I .
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My 2006 Taco has been the best most reliable truck I have owned & I have owned a bunch.
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you can google "million mile Toyota tundra". there has been a couple over the past few years that reached a million miles. That's pretty Dang impressive
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:25 PM   #12
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I just got my 16 yr old daughter a 2006 4runner with 172,000 miles. runs and drives like new. no doubt they can be pricey but they will outlast anything out there!!
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Most reliable...Maybe
Best? Far from it.
Every manufacturer offers a half ton truck with more power, payload, towing capacity, and mpg than the Toyota.
With that said, my next truck just may be the tundra.
True. Iíll take reliable over any other factor everyday.
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All the BS about them being rice burners makes me LOL.
I canít say how they rank today but when I bought my 2017 Tundra it was rated as having the highest percentage of American parts of all the 1/2 tons and it was built in Texas. I think my wifeís F-350 was built in Canada.
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:29 PM   #15
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Up until last Thursday GMC was the best. Beginning Friday Ford became the best.

That 2020 Ford I bought starts every time. Even with 54 miles on it.
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I get that.
To some folks more options and performance is a bigger factor.
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They are the preferred truck for meth heads
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:38 PM   #18
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You just can't buy peace of mind; unless you buy a Toyota..... Wife- 4 Runner, oldest son- Corolla, youngest son- Camry, and I love my Tundra.

I dont dislike Dodge, Ford, or Chevy's, and pray for the day Toyota makes a 3/4 ton diesel. If that day comes, I'm in. I've heard talk of a 1/2 ton diesel, but I'll hold out for the 3/4 ton.
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You just can't buy peace of mind; unless you buy a Toyota..... Wife- 4 Runner, oldest son- Corolla, youngest son- Camry, and I love my Tundra.
Lol. Whatever...
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I think all the complaining about Tacomas and Tundras must come from the hill billies that can't afford one. All the BS about them being rice burners makes me LOL

At least they work. I have nothing against people who own Chevy/Ford but no one can say Toyotas don't last a lot longer. I guess they can say it, but everyone knows they're FOS.
Whatever. I'm sure my GMC 2500 HD Denali, Duramax, Allison tranny, 4x4 costs more than most, if not all foreign trucks, and do more. So, I definitely can afford it but choose not to because I buy American including my Harley. Now, I do have foreign TV's and such because I have no choice. BTW, I noticed that most Libtards drive foreign vehicles but not all foreign vehicle owners are Libtards.

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Old 03-25-2020, 12:51 PM   #22
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I bought my first Tundra about a year and a half ago. Don’t think I’ll ever own anything else besides a Toyota. The transmission in my wife’s Nissan started acting up about the time we got it paid off. Things seem to always happen that way. I think it had about 55,000 miles in it. I gently coaxed her into a Camry. She wasn’t crazy about them and it wouldn’t have been her first choice but she loves it now.
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I'm on my second Tacoma (200k on the first one) and they have been perfect for me and my purposes. Everyone has their preferences when it comes to brands but I'm surprised there is still some "I ain't supporting no Jap company" sentiment lingering around. I understand why my dad wouldn't buy Japanese but he was a WWII era veteran. Toyota employs over 30,000 people in the US and that does not include all the thousands of dealership employees. If you decide to only buy products manufactured in America you will be living a pretty spartan existence
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Tacomas are freakin solid little trucks. But I've never understood the Tundra concept. They made a slightly oversized half ton that still doesn't have the tow capacity near a 3/4 ton that gets terrible fuel mileage... The new f150's I've driven blow the new tundras out of the water in terms of performance, fuel mileage and comfort. Personally I pull trailers and live on a farm, so I got a dually and a 3/4 ton. If I didn't I would go with an f150 or a Tacoma. Just my 2 cents.
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Reminds me, I need to start looking for a Tacoma to add. Sure enjoyed the one I had.

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Buy what you like. Guess we can start a thread about Justin, Ariat, Red Wing, Georgia work boots and see similar responses... I like the nostalgia part about GM, Ford, Dodge. The history attached to them in regards to building this country. No sense in going into a measuring contest...

I also, laugh at the comments on a fuel mileage. If you are willing to spend $5-800/month in payments or $40-80K cash for a vehicle. Fuel mileage of + or - 2mpgs really doesn't make much difference. Yes, get the most bang for your buck. But also get the most comfort for your buck.
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I’m not a fan of the Tundras, but I know a lot of folks who absolutely love them. I just traded the Trail premium 4Runner in and picked up an LT Trail boss. The only Tundra that would be somewhat similar is a TRD Pro.

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Whatever. I'm sure my GMC 2500 HD Denali, Duramax, Allison tranny, 4x4 costs more than most, if not all foreign trucks, and do more. So, I definitely can afford it but choose not to because I buy American including my Harley. Now, I do have foreign TV's and such because I have no choice. BTW, I noticed that most Libtards drive foreign vehicles but not all foreign vehicle owners are Libtards.
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Reminds me, I need to start looking for a Tacoma to add. Sure enjoyed the one I had.

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Will Toyota put Tundras or Tacomas on sale during this COVID event? I hope they do...but then I hope they don't LOL
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Tundras are an old design. Go back to the mid 2000's when the 5.7 came out and find a contemporary truck that got much better mpg in v8, 6spd, 4.30 form. The same anti Toyota guys are the same ones who gush over the 5.9 and 7.3, which compared to today, are wimps. Sure they could have updated it, but why? They're probably pretty happy selling fewer trucks and eating the Big 3's lunch in most other vehicle classes. I'm sure that when they do they'll have a high strung turbo 6 or small v8, with a 21 speed and highway gears to eek out 2mpg. Probably add a big screen dash, butt scratchers, and 25 function tailgate just to appease the "look at my awesome status symbol truck" folks who can't fathom that some might choose something different than them. Drive them all, pick the one you like.

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Tundras are an old design. Go back to the mid 2000's when the 5.7 came out and find a contemporary truck that got much better mpg in v8, 6spd, 4.30 form. The same anti Toyota guys are the same ones who gush over the 5.9 and 7.3, which compared to today, are wimps. Sure they could have updated it, but why? They're probably pretty happy selling fewer trucks and eating the Big 3's lunch in most other vehicle classes. I'm sure that when they do they'll have a high strung turbo 6 or small v8, with a 21 speed and highway gears. Probably add a big screen dash, butt scratchers, and 25 function tailgate just to appease the "look at my awesome truck" folks who can't fathom that some might choose something different than them. Drive them all, pick the one you like.
I got ripped off. Mine didn't come with the butt scratcher. And in these low TP count days we are having. I could use one.
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Will Toyota put Tundras or Tacomas on sale during this COVID event? I hope they do...but then I hope they don't LOL
I hope they do, I am in the market for a tundra.
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[QUOTE=RiverRat1;14773498]Elkbowhunter is that you?

No but are you a liberal?
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If I didn’t need towing I would by a Toyota in a heartbeat. I’ve owned all brands. Never once had to do anything but change the battery, hoses, and belts in my Toyota. Drove it over 300k. My Ford- had to put a Disaster Prevention Kit to prevent the crappy CP3 from throwing shards up on the top rail when I blows up- Notice not if when. Also had to spend about $300 on intake parts that were plastic and got brittle and left me with trailer on side of road. Ford also contacted and recommended changing fuel filters every 10k miles to help with the fuel pump. Filters cost about $75. It’s not just Ford had a Chevy Duramax before this one and have a list for that one as well. So yep I’d take another Toyota that needs gas, fresh oil to run and not a list if parts on top of that
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If I didnít need towing I would by a Toyota in a heartbeat. Iíve owned all brands. Never once had to do anything but change the battery, hoses, and belts in my Toyota. Drove it over 300k. My Ford- had to put a Disaster Prevention Kit to prevent the crappy CP3 from throwing shards up on the top rail when I blows up- Notice not if when. Also had to spend about $300 on intake parts that were plastic and got brittle and left me with trailer on side of road. Ford also contacted and recommended changing fuel filters every 10k miles to help with the fuel pump. Filters cost about $75. Itís not just Ford had a Chevy Duramax before this one and have a list for that one as well. So yep Iíd take another Toyota that needs gas, fresh oil to run and not a list if parts on top of that
I had the same issue. That's why I sold my 6.7 powerstroke.
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Nice looking ride. Did you go with the 6.2L or 5.3L?

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No but are you a liberal?
Tim, he's got you pegged....
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I went with the 5.3 but shopped the 2.7 diesel.
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Yep.. I admit I'm a liberal
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Buddies dad has the 3.0 Chevy diesel, sweet ride!

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I bought a tundra back in 2010. The truck has done ok but has had a few issues. Had to replace oil pan, water pump and of course brakes. It currently needs a starter. I get a clickly, clickly on occasion. Around 2013, I had a mouse chew through the engine harness which was expensive but fixed by insurance. On a high mileage truck, the traction control system gets iffy. Diffs don't mechanically lock so relies on the antilock system. Actually works pretty good new but, at 260,000 mile, its not as effective. I tow a 30' camper, 22' bay boat or a 28' sailboat. Truck pulls them fine. The camper is near the upper limit of what is recommended but I have had no issues. I would buy another. Especially if they had the front split bench in the crew max configuration and add an air or mech rear locker.
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You need to look at the foreign content of these trucks being assembled here in the states...that will speak volumes.
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I’ve had a few, interior is cheap. Big bulky knobs. The Tacoma I had was sweet though.
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RiverRat, curious... What kick back are you getting from Toyota? You are one heck of a loyal fan!! Like Aaron Tippin sang, "You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything!!"
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I think all the complaining about Tacomas and Tundras must come from the hill billies that can't afford one. All the BS about them being rice burners makes me LOL

At least they work. I have nothing against people who own Chevy/Ford but no one can say Toyotas don't last a lot longer. I guess they can say it, but everyone knows they're FOS.
Idk.. if you can afford a tundra you can afford them all. Idk where this idea comes from that they are expensive.
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Iíve had a few, interior is cheap. Big bulky knobs. The Tacoma I had was sweet though.
I agree they ain't fancy.
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Iíve had a few, interior is cheap. Big bulky knobs. The Tacoma I had was sweet though.
I assume you are referring to the Tundra's or maybe all Toyota PU? When I decided to go back to Tundra's 2 years ago, I was spoiled on the King Ranch interiors. Ran into this at our local Toyota dealer and at least for me I like the luxury of the 1794 Edition better than my previous different brand trucks. AND I have never owned a truck with 4x4 I worried about a few MPG difference. Won't ever own another brand, reliable and proven value!

Got a lot of compliments on both exterior and interior, I like it mucho!
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