"this truck out does them all
ford dodge or chevy can only dream to have a gas burner this powerful nissan titan is the only competition
gas mileage is good
ride is great
style is great
and plenty of power"
"I love the truck its everything i wanted it to be. Comfortable, powerfull, and for its size fuel efficiant. I just got worked over by my dealer. MSRP is 26,700 and i made the mistake of letting my wife go sign the papers while i was at work and ended up paying 41,500 its a good truck but not 41,000 worth of a good truck"
"have had the 5.7 crew 28 months and love it! more power and room than anyone could ask for! beaten lightnings mustangs anything that pulled up beside it. and i am a ford guy! mine is 2wd so i cant say much on the offroad abilities. can expect 17-19mpg city and have seen 21 and better hwy. 17 with my 32ft fountain boat!"
"Definitely worth the extra money to buy versus a Dodge or GM brand. The new 2009 F-150 about the next best and a tie with this truck in my opinion. I would prefer a new 09 Tundra with the E85 option they have now."
"Good vehicle overall. Minor road bounce on highways that was improved by a topper being put on. Extra weight in the bed helped. Lots of power and room for everyone inside. No other complaints. Compliments come daily."
"I live near the mountains and have worked my Tundra hard. If I am not pulling our trailer house up hunting I am towing a skidsteer on a flatbed trailer. This tundra tows better than my dads dodge with a V-10. I would certainly buy another one. I just wished it was a 3/4 ton."
"08' crew 4x4 5.7l. 6000 miles. Lug nuts rusting already, heater output nowhere near what my silverado was, oil changes are a mess, and motor sounds like it's coming apart when cold, and xm radio reception stinks with a display that reads jibberish once and a while. Mileage is averaging around 13.5. Power is nice though.
Will be selling soon."
"I was given the opportunity to drive one of these for a few months back in 2008 as a part of my job, the boss wanted me to do a comparison between a 2005 F150 we owned and the Tundra so he could decide if our aging F150 fleet would go to a Tundra Fleet in 2009. Well, we did our homework and broke things down by expense for addons to each vehicle, maintenance costs and we even broke out the old gas millage calculator... The savings were easily apparent with the F150s, better deal overall for the fleet. BUT, the Tundra was a good truck for daily use, lots of power, felt reliable, we carried rock in the bed and it handled it well. Only issue I had was with towing stability, put the fear of god in us when the trailer was moving back and forth almost two feet because the wind decided to kick up a bit and Tundra doesn't handle that so well. Anyway, didn't mean to bad mouth it. Last thing I've got say about it is I love the aggressive look, everyone did, I recommend it for anyone not towing big loads over long distances."
"SO easy to drive and enjoy. This engine moves air through it like terds through a goose. You will be amazed. Runs better than my LT1 Camaro ever has and with less effort. The engine does like to move gas through it as well but if you got the cash, who cares! It gets about 17.5 highway and 16 in city. Have not had much experience with it in mud."