Oh yea there is. Who cares it’s 10 years old. Most people have such short attention span now. If a truck isn’t updated every couple years with cool new toys they loose interest.What were you reading? There is zero hate in this thread. Just the facts, the Tundra is 10 years old.
I’m sure you didI resemble that remark but my 3.0 had to have the engine rebuilt twice, 4 clutches before 50k mi and junked at 150k. The later 06 Tacoma just burst into flames a few months back. Owned an explorer, escape, full size bronco and a f350, all have been good, especially compared the the two Toyotas. I like the tundra but there is no excuse for slow AND poor mpg. There seems to be a quality gap between what was made in Japan and made in US with Toyota. I think all the hate on this site is more than just smoke.
Far from a troll . The explain how over time it did worse at the exact same test it at one time did good at. Others improving shouldn’t effect the outcome of the tundra.Again, it is not that the Tundra did worse, it is that everyone else improved.
Time to ignore the trolls.
I see this comment repeated in every discussion about the F150 v. Tundra and I just don't understand the basis. New, in of itself, is not a positive attribute. There has to be some benefit. I recently was in the market for a new truck to upgrade my Tacoma. I've had 4 Toyota trucks and 3 Priuses so we're a Toyota family.Oh yea there is. Who cares it’s 10 years old. Most people have such short attention span now. If a truck isn’t updated every couple years with cool new toys they loose interest.
My truck doesn't feel fast... unless I stomp on it or put it in "tow-haul" mode. Even then the nannies take a lot of the fun out of having a 400hp engine.The stats are phenomenal but the truck didn't "feel" fast.
Just to point out, the EcoBoosts are not high revving engines. Relative to a N/A engine like the 5.7, it will sit lower in it's rev range.I bought a Tundra for the reliability and because it was "dated".
I wanted a V8 rather than a high revving eco boost with turbos etc.
Too bad Toyota doesn't make a 3/4 or 1 Ton for the USA
So how does Ford do stellar on the crash tests but in the real world, this happens? I don't think I'd want my truck coming apart like this.
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Also, the extended cab fords don't do quite as well as the crew cab fords.