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Toyota review - 2016 Toyota Tundra
By Travis - September 5 - 4:20 am
The trucks are getting less features and higher priced I will probably go back to Chevy they give you more for your money
Tundra!! Built in the USA - 2016 Toyota Tundra
By Aj - November 22 - 10:47 am
If you want a true American built truck and built by Americans then your only choice is the Tundra. Great truck. No regrets for buying. Find the right dealer though because I probably paid more then I should have.
great truck - 2016 Toyota Tundra
By nccheung - August 29 - 7:43 am
first time to buy a truck. Had drive over 1200 miles for the last month. Great ride. Love it. Would be a perfect truck if the gas mileage could be over 20 mpg.
One of the Last Remaining Work Trucks - 2016 Toyota Tundra
By Adam - January 26 - 6:25 am
When did the light-duty trucks become judged based on features and fuel economy? Is this the new way of judging work trucks? For me, a light-duty truck needs to be reliable, simple, and be able to perform duties consistent with a light-duty truck. Ford has now come out with a lighter body to compensate for its weaker turbo-charged engine. In addition, when I test drove the truck I still couldn't figure out the electronics after spending 2 hours with the system. This truck just screams low reliability, high repair bills and low resale value. The GM brands are definitely a step up from the Ford in terms of logic for electronic systems, but can you trust them with as many recalls that they've had in the past few years? The Ram (in my opinion) is the closest in terms of what I consider to be a good work truck, but personally I don't trust their drive train (clearly they don't either as they're reducing their warranty program). I was looking for a reliable truck that's easy to use and can get the job done, the Tundra was the only option that I was comfortable with. As a previous reviewer noted, the Tundra is tied (per Edmunds article by Carroll Lachnit) with the Ford for the "Most American" truck based on percentage of U.S. / Canadian content, so you can't use the argument to "buy American" against the Tundra. Even if it's global headquarters are in Japan, it's ownership (like Ford, GM, and Chrysler) is scattered throughout the world as a publicly traded company. I just hope the engineers are very careful to not "follow the Jones'" to a luxury vehicle and stick with one of the last great light duty work trucks.
Strong - 2016 Toyota Tundra
By Craig - May 16 - 3:03 pm
I drove a F350 7.3 for 12 years and traded for a Tundra limited 5.7 4x4. I am very impressed so far. Very nice very strong, poor gas mileage @14, but it can run on 85 or 87 fuel. So far I could not be happier.