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What's new for the 2003 Tundra?

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  • tgravo2tgravo2 Posts: 70
    I did see a post on edmunds somewhere and someone said they are supposed to be coming out with a crew cab Tundra. I forgot what board I saw it under, if I find it I will let you know.
  • rshollandrsholland Posts: 19,661
    It's been rumored for a while. I just wish it would get here. I've heard that it may come out as a Tundra HD (3/4 ton?). So, if not for '03, then by '04 for sure.

    Bob
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    Didn't your "Toyota can't build trucks" topic just get shut down? What are you doing here? Just curious.
  • Why are the farmers posting in a Tundra topic. We all know theres no Tundras on the farm !!! Maybe they mistook this topic for whats new for the barn. Good luck on .... blah blah
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    I guess that Libby uses her Big2 p/u to plow her fields. It is too bad that she can't use the Tundra for plowin'.
  • Same farmer, different Edmunds username. What that had to do with the 03 Tundra, not sure. Not to mention its pretty bad when an American magazine .. CR , recommends primarily import cars over domestics in its latest used car survey. There doesn't seem to be many Tundra owners looking to switch to GM/Ford/Dodge, but there sure seems to be a lot more domestics, looking into the upcoming 03 Tundra.

    BTW - Thanks to PF for pulling the E brake on the Toyota can't build trucks thread. It's just the same farmer with nothing better to do, probably because his big2 is broke down on the ranch. When Toyota gets to the top of the American market, we'll see who's lacking in truck quality.
  • kg11kg11 Posts: 530
    I've seen that same character here 3 or 4 times and always claiming to be "Bob Jones".Whoever it is needs new material cuz thier one joke is getting pretty well worn.They've obviously never owned a toyota or driven a jeep trail.Just becuase Toy never made a big truck don't mean they don't make good little ones.

    As for you asking him(her?) "What are you doing here?"The answer should be obvious to you.What do you do in the GM pages?I don't recall seeing you offer any constructive advice but you spend a lot of energy there.

    kip
  • kg11kg11 Posts: 530
    What did a Toyota ever do to you?Just becuase you never tried to work one don't mean it can't be done.I'm not a fan of the tundra but Tacoma gets it's 190 horses to the dirt better than anything else street leagal on the market today.I sold mine a few months ago with 106k HARD miles on it and it was like new(except for a few scratches and small dents).There was ALWAYS 1000 lb in the bed and I towed a 4000lb ski boat with it 1000-1500 mi a year.

    kip
  • Very well said there KG
  • kg11kg11 Posts: 530
    My Dad has a '47 Power Wagon that's been around the block more times than the ice cream truck,but I rebuilt the flat head 6 in it once and he did it twice.Nothing can go wrong on it cuz there aint nothin on it.The same is probably true for your '53 chevy.As a tool you've got your money's worth a long time ago ,but is it what you drive when you dress up and go dancing?Do you take it to the grocery store or drop the kids off at school?My CJ2 is the best off road vehicle I've ever driven but I don't use it for anything else and I've done a lot of work on it in the last 28 years.
    Most pickups sold today are used as a family car and only worked occasionally.If you want something to work hard every day I would never recomend a toyota or ANY 1/2 ton on the market.The're ALL cars.

    kip
  • Man (UN)Truthteller, you crack me up. Been away from this site for a couple days and pow! Instant entertainment. Anyways, whatcha doing typing on a comp'tr ? Shouldn't you be plow'n the fields or milking the cows or some'n? Truth be told truthteller, I don't think you can afford a brand spanking new ANYTHING including a forien (sic)brand. You gots new (or relatively new) truck envy! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
  • PF_FlyerPF_Flyer Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 5,854
    We are NOT going to start this battle up again.


    We KNOW who likes what brands of trucks and it's obvious that nobody is changing their mind.


    Arguing about it and taking personal shots at each other is NOT "entertainment" and is not approriate behavior in Town Hall.




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  • ricschricsch Posts: 540
    I was at a Toyota dealer last weekend (looking at Corollas for my sister) and asked out of curiosity if the Tundra would be getting a larger Access cab, or the double cab, and the salesman said possibly sometime in '03, as a '04 model, if you can believe a salesman.
  • rosey4rosey4 Posts: 42
    I read in Motortrend magazine that the 2003 Toyota will build a Stepside version, which I've seen pictures of, but they also plan to build a heavy duty crew cab. A double cab similar to the Tacoma. I've spoken to several sales people who tell me it will be a 2003 model. Does anyone know whether it will be out in early or midyear?
  • pompinopompino Posts: 7
    I am waiting for the 03' because there is "suppose" to be a color change.The Tundra gets the Camry colors Salsa Red,Aspen Green,Strato Blue and Phantom Grey.I have my 93 little Toyota truck and I promised the wife I would keep it for 10 years.The crew cab wont be out until 04'.
  • obyoneobyone Posts: 8,065
    Camry colors you say....
  • ryanbabryanbab Posts: 7,240
    haha

    obyone behave

    hey whats that silver color on the 00 camrys? My grandpa is having paint problems
  • pompinopompino Posts: 7
    Just another Tundra rumor but I still would like to see a brown color,LIGHT BROWN!!
  • bob259bob259 Posts: 280
    Any updates on when the 2003's will be available and/or dealers able to order?
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