I’ve Owned Toyota Tundras For 22 Years — Here’s What I Think Of The New Truck! Dude, I Love My Ride



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36 thoughts on “I’ve Owned Toyota Tundras For 22 Years — Here’s What I Think Of The New Truck! Dude, I Love My Ride”

  1. 75,000 dollars for a stripped down vs I think not. I wanted to stay with Toyota but the dealer said thats what they were charging be cause they could and laughed at me. Im a Ford Powerboost owner now. Sorry Toyota but yall messed up! Sad just Sad

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  2. Had a 2000 a 2011 and 2013 Tundra and never a failure and outta site resale. Now waiting on new 4runner to replace my 3rd runner eventually.

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  3. I used to have a 2008 Tundra DC 4wd and just bought me a 2015 Sequoia Plat 4×4. Love them. Best American built truck! Little things like that rear exterior door handle irk me. Toyota did a great design hiding that rear door handle and for a redesign just to show they made a change they un-innovate. Same with the rear seat cupholders. Used to be a great stow away design and now they are static and protruding. Why regress?

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  4. Sorry 242 miles isn't long enough to have any kind of Educational opinion. It takes at least 500 miles to get a feel for a vehicle…

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  5. We need people not to be a fanatic of brands! I had all brands of trucks and I loved them all, currently have a 2017 Ford F-150 fully equipped now I’m looking into a ram or the new Sierra, Toyota didn’t convinced me with the rear bumper looks and other reviews! But I like everything else my just flip a coin and see what is next in my garage

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  6. I just love to see a hard working man get up on the bed like a lady🤭 and that suppose to be 5 passenger truck but since you got a dc now is a 4😢

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  7. checked the Toyota website, day/night mirror is standard on SR and SR5. autodimming is on higher trims. SR5 gets 4-way manual front seats. not even a height adjustment on the driver's seat.

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  8. Loved my beautiful 2020 1794.
    Sold it 2 months back to a dealer 12k over what I paid for it. It was still in mint condition with very low mileage
    I'm waiting till they work out the Kinks on the new hybrids. My aim is for the 2023 1794 hybrid or new Capstone hybrid.
    Question is, if I can get a crew cab with extended wheelbase and the 8-foot bed. I really don't like the short beds. That is the vehicle that I'm interested in!
    Toyota, I've owned at least 10 of your vehicles. When are you going to start listening?

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  9. I have owned Toyota pickups since 1985 with no serious issues and very few minor ones .I have already read reports of trouble with the twin turbo and no parts available to fix the problem. I have a 2021 Tacoma TRD OR. If the next gen Tacoma has problems it may end my love affair with Toyota pickup.

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  10. I like the review from an actual Tundra owner. The people that review a different vehicle every couple of weeks and base their opinion on a few hundred miles mean nothing to me.

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  11. I bought a first generation tundra in 2006 it has 485000 miles on it and still runs perfect I'll guess I'll get a 4th Gen. When or if this one ever wears out.

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  12. Toyota’s trucks hold their value and last forever without a bunch of repair needed. My 2002 Tundra is almost at 300k and I’m looking at the new Tundra now but of course everything is been delayed.

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  13. Love the long bed, wish the crewmax has it but it'll be too long
    But domestic trucks can be as long as they want without regulations

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  14. I feel sorry for you my friend because you are not gonna make it to 200,000 miles on the truck because the turbo will eat the engine probably when you get 75,000 miles New Toyota tundra v6 turbo👎👎👎 i’m keeping my 2020 Toyota tundra V8 5.7

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  15. Any way you could take measurements of the bed? I ordered the exact same truck and they don’t make a cap for it because they don’t have the measurements for it. Pretty excited for mine.

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  16. Very surprising to me that this 2022 model year truck does not have the auto-dimming mirror since my 2021 SR5 does have the auto-dimming mirror which includes Homelink.

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  17. Not a V6 turbo fan… Smaller engine, turbo wastgate problems. Heating will be an issue. Cost of repairs. Not worth the money. Should have improved upon the V8.

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  18. What a BS review. Turning radius is larger, although a longer truck, smaller bed and interior, turbos failing, no step up into truck bed, headroom is less and from what I am finding many more issues. Truck bed is actually shallower, plastic liner instead of spray on bedliner. No back seat room. OHHHH and to get the performance specs you need premium fuel.

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