"I have owned my Double Cab Tundra for 3.5 years; there have been no problems whatsoever. It is comfortable for both front and rear seat passengers, and the controls are easy to spot and reach. The Tundra is a very responsive pickup, and I love the fact that I can change the oil with ease. I plan on keeping my truck for many years to come!"
"Owned since February 2000 - 165,000 so far with only oil changes, two radiator flushes and new tires. This truck will run forever - I do not tow anything, but have hauled everything. If all cars/trucks were made like this, we'd all own them for 10+ years and go 250,000 miles. Never left me stranded, plenty of power (I only have the V-6) Manual transmission, but that last part means less to service anyway - and I like the stick - too bad they are not offering it (manual) on the new models. If you want RELIABLE new or used this is the truck - hands down......"
"I have been very happy with my Tundra. The truck drives like a Cadillac and has tons of power. I rented a 2007 Tundra for a week and although it too is a nice pickup, it was just WAY too big. The turning radius on the 2007 was actually impressive, but you need a Wal-Mart sized parking lot to park anywhere. Anyway, I've been very happy with my 2006. The power rear window is an excellent combo in the summer with my moonroof. With all the windows down in the summer it's practically like having a convertible. I live in WI and have used the 4WD many times over 2 winters now. It has worked perfectly and I have every confidence in my truck. Toyota service has far exceeded my expectations too, compared to the service I received when I owned Chevy's and Fords. Gas mileage is typical at 15-17 mpg. My Trailblazer never even got 17. The only quarrel I would have with my Tundra is the interiors really don't compare to GM models. The comfort is OK but not excellent. And per your typical Toyota or foreign model vehicle there really isn't much to the inside. Don't pay extra for a "Premium" JBL sound system because it does not sound very good. One reason I bought a Toyota too is the resale value. Tundra's hold their value much longer and higher than the domestic models. Overall though I would recommend this truck to anyone!"
"This pickup has been excellent, dependable transportation. Most of the miles have been highway. It is comfortable to drive several miles and handles well in all situations I have been in. Regular oil changes and tune up, minor brake work, and new tires after about 60000 miles. The mpg has been about what was expected from this size pickup."
"This truck has been a great performer. Good mileage and comfort in a full size truck. I drove a Tacoma, the cab was small and truck bounced all over the road. The Tundra drives like a Cadillac. Great in the snow too."
"this would be a much more comfortable vehicle if the turning radius wasn't so wide.
The body on the truck is very thin if you touch it slightly it will dent also the paint is very thin as it scrathes very very easily"
"Great truck, Have 27k with no problems, Have gone on 3 long distant trips (900-3500 miles) Love driving this truck on the highway! 4.7L has great power and you can get 19 mph highway. Except if towing (6500lbs 30ft camper) 7mpg! But tows great. only down fall I can find is location of electic window buttons on door and some cheap plastic that scuffs easily.Also when the temp drops below 35 i have a squeaky noise from the middle of the bottom of window!"