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The Mercedes Benz of trucks. by Rich in Rio on 10/26/2013. Trim: 2014 Toyota Tundra 1794 5.7L V8 CrewMax 4X4, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Build quality is exceptional. Whisper quiet interior. I have the 1794 Edition and the cabin is quite handsome. I got mine in Red....and the tan interior looks terrific. Several people have stopped me to ask about the truck.
Cons: Gas mileage is currently averaging 14.5 combined. Hey...If I wanted a Prius I would have bought one.
Overall review: I expect to have this truck for the rest of my life.
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Rattles like crazy! by Fred on 11/01/2013. Owned less than 1 year.
Cons: No power & ....
Overall review: I'll buy American next time!
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REAL AMERICAN TRUCK: TOYOTA TUNDRA by John on 11/04/2013. Trim: 2014 Toyota Tundra Limited 5.7L V8 FFV CrewMax 4X4.
Pros: Fit and finish for the 2014 Toyota Tundra is flawless, especially when you consider the package combinations of the SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and 1794. With a 381 hp rating and the only SAE certified tow rating of 10,000 lbs make the Tundra an obvious choice when choosing a capable 1/2 ton pick-up. Neither GM, Ford, or Ram have met SAE J2807 certification even though all four major truck manufacturers agreed to meet this certification for the 2013 model year. Only Toyota has! Combine these features with the Toyota Complimentary Care Maintenance plan and the five year cost of ownership savings are further realized.
Cons: Fuel mileage is less than most of the competitors, however combined fuel mileage is only 2-4 mpg less than the F-150 Ecoboost. Then again, who buys a truck for fuel mileage?
Overall review: I find it comical to read some remarks, Fred: "I'll buy American next time!" Fred do your research, the Tundra has more North American parts than any of its competition. At least 70% of Tundra parts are manufactured within North America, and Tundra's are built in San Antonio, Texas. Ask Ford and Chevrolet where there truck parts are manufactured. Not only does Toyota build the Tundra's in Texas, but they also build the Tacoma in Texas. If you're wanting to buy a true American built truck then the only real choice you have is the Tundra. Texas backed, Texas built!
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"usless for work" truck by An MSN Autos Consumer on 02/14/2014. Trim: 2014 Toyota Tundra SR 4.6L V8 Double Cab 4X4, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Inexpensive compared to other trucks. Looked good on the dealer's lot.
Cons: The paint faded and started flacking after 4 years on my 2009 Tundra. Dealer says since it is out of warranty that it is not Toyota's fault and they will do nothing about the paint. Could barely handle a full load in the bed. Dumped a load of fire wood all over the parking lot when the tail gate's latch failed as I started to pull away.
Overall review: don't expect to haul a full load with this "work" truck
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Realiable & Less Expensive than the others by Joe on 02/07/2014. Trim: 2014 Toyota Tundra SR 4.6L V8 Double Cab 4X2, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Cheaper than Ford & GMC
Cons: 1. Noise cabin, rough ride, and transmission feels like slipping with only 3,500 thousand miles (new basically) 2. The visibility is bad, the entire body is to high, including the side mirrors 3. Very cheap materials inside, feels like a video camera with wheels 4. Front seats are too wide and long, hard to reach anything on the bottom doors compartment
Overall review: Is not the best but it will do the job, so far very realiable
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