"Driving this 7/8th sized Truck, has been an event free ... event. Kind of like driving a toaster or washing machine, it just keeps working. The truck has very little required maintenance, so really it’s just change the oil and don’t forget the bigger things when they come up. I had several things done to the vehicle before I brought it to Alaska, bcs I knew it would be cheaper, to get it serviced, but I really didn’t even have to do that. I don’t know about the new Tundra, but mine has been easy easy easy, just start it and drive it now fuss no muss. It is light duty, but if I needed a bigger truck I would’ve bought one. It’s quick and quite it handles well and will cruise at highway speeds all day without the passengers having to raise their voice to speak.
"i bought my 06 tundra when it only had 3 miles on it. this is the best vehicle i have ever had. the only thing i have done to it is change the oil, new tires and beef it up a little. in a couple years im going to get a new one, but im not trading the one i have in. its that good of a truck."
"My wife drives a Toyota Sequioa and we have loved it, so I decided to trade my 2000 3/4 ton Chevy back in 2005 for a 2006 Toyota Tundra. Best move I've ever made. The truck has been awesome. Plenty of power, reliability has been incredible. And compare the re-sale value of my Toyota to that of the previous American trucks that I have had, and it's a no-brainer.
My ONLY regret is that I didn't wait another year to get the 2007 Tundra. Oh well, I've still got one heck of a truck. I'm pretty sure that ALL of our SUV's and full size trucks will be Toyota's for life!"