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Toyota Tundra New Owner Reports

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  • jreaganjreagan Posts: 285
    I would buy a Toyota over a GM product any day of the week and twice on Sunday and there is nothing you or anybody else can say to show that GM is a superior product- PERIOD. Next...

    Well, you'll probably need to buy one that often....

    How about.....GM has a superior product??? There, that was easy.
  • bugchuckerbugchucker Posts: 118
    I was just reading a top 10 list of America's Most Admired Companies. Toyota was 3rd after GE and Starbucks. No GM listed. One would believe that GM would be admired if they had a superior product as you claim.
  • jreaganjreagan Posts: 285
    Oooohh Boy!!! Top 10 Most admired list...whoooweeee!!! Congrats on that one!!! I'm gonna trade my GM in on a Toyota right away!!!

    You're really reaching now. Comparing crapola like that....

    Starbucks and GE? Do they make trucks now too? May as well, they have just as much experience in this segment as Toyota does.
  • my 2002 Tacoma was hit 4 times! in as many years. 3 were not my fault, 1 was no fault, and 1 was an illegal immigrant with no insurance when it was less than a week old off the dealer lot brand new. Talk about hopping mad....

    Toyota math???


    Very funny wiseguy. Numbers were not mutually exclusive.

    GM, Chevy, Ford guys can click here for the definition. ;)
  • jreaganjreagan Posts: 285
    my 2002 Tacoma was hit 4 times! in as many years. 3 were not my fault, 1 was no fault, and 1 was an illegal immigrant with no insurance when it was less than a week old off the dealer lot brand new. Talk about hopping mad....

    Your fault or not, sounds like you need to take a Defensive Driving course.

    "Silly rabbit, Toy trucks are for kids"
  • grd398sgrd398s Posts: 15
    Anybody know a firm date when the CrewMax will start arriving at dealers? I've heard March...it's March...and I'm ready!

    I've got to test drive the CrewMax and see how much room there is in the back seat after two car seats and a 100 lb dog. My wife wants to wait for the new '08 Sequoia...I'm opting for the Tundra CrewMax. My wife is 5'1" - she's worried that a.) there won't be enough space in the back seat, and b.) she won't be able to get the kids up into the car seats. Anybody have experience with this on the double cab? I assume the cab height is identical.
  • wilee, i have seen a few 4x4 SR5's in stock, but that is not what i am wanting. I have not seen anything even close to what I ordered yet, a 4x4 TRD SR5 with leather and in blue streak. not asking for much, just what i want.

    What is wierd is that I am ready to buy that sucker right now today, and nobody can seem to find one; but, according to the build software and brochure, i can get one exactly the way i ordered it. kind of funny.

    time takes time, i guess.
  • don't know, but surely we will see 4x4 trd's before we start seeing crewmax's????????????????????????????????????

    HAS ANYBODY OUT THERE EVEN SEEN A DC 4X4 TRD YET? EVEN ONE?
  • Hey, just got a call from my dealer. My truck in showing up in the computer as "in build status" and "sold". should be in my mits in about 4-weeks. It was worth waiting for since this is what I will drive off with on that glorious day:

    DC SR5 TRD leather 4x4, power bucket seats w/ console shift, xtra front skid plate, running boards, rear underseat storage, heated tow mirrors, cold kit, night mirror, shield package, faulty fuel gauge, dealer installed toyota backup camera, in blue streak.
    $37, 200 out the door.

    Spyder, you're the man! Your info has been on target from git go.

    THANKS FOR YOUR ADVICE ALONG THE WAY TOO WILDBILL.
  • "HAS ANYBODY OUT THERE EVEN SEEN A DC 4X4 TRD YET? EVEN ONE?"

    sure, I bought one in Clarksville, TN 11 FEB and noticed two today on the lot in Richmond, KY.
  • that's good jaymack. I am in the gulf state region and haven't seen a single DC TRD 4x4 as of yet. I have seen one single cab TRD 4x4, but that's it.

    I guess they are coming though.
  • joe140joe140 Posts: 22
    Then why buy a 2007 and take the hit on a years depreciation if you can't take delivery till late in the year? They have missed the boat by making what they thought we would buy and not making what we want when we want it. I too have seen many dealers with trucks on the lot. So explain why so many are talking about having to wait 90 days to get theirs? Wrong packages??
  • joe140joe140 Posts: 22
    I did, paid money down and all. But if they can't deliver by the end of April, deals off. Again, depreciation goes on despite TOYOTA's deliverly problems. Now if they discount it as a year old truck, I will stick with them.
  • cbuellgocbuellgo Posts: 12
    I Have seen a DC 4x4 TRD and thought that's the one; but it had the little motor. On the West Coast.....
  • anythngbutgmanythngbutgm Posts: 4,159
    TRD models are common on the lots here in MA.
  • dreasdaddreasdad Posts: 276
    So why is it that you are posting on a this thread, do you own a New Tundra, can you answer any questions as to what controls what on a new Tundra?
    Or do you just post on here for your ego?
  • jreaganjreagan Posts: 285
    Sure, why not? Ask away.

    BTW, do you own a new Tundra? Or any truck for that matter?
  • dreasdaddreasdad Posts: 276
    Yes I do own a Tundra, not a new one but a 2001.
    If you would click on my profile you will see I am with Toyota in sales so I post on here to answer peoples questions about their new trucks, what options they can and can't get and to explain about the new features

    so why again are you posting on this thred other than to be a TROLL
  • I saw a light blue Tundra Crew Max today, looks very nice, only thing is that the bed is useless, it's too short. I've heard rumors that next year a long bed will be avalible.

    My Tundra right now is just the best you can get, averaging 18 mpg, nearly 4k miles, and it rides like a truck.

    Best Gas Mileage: 21.1 MPG
    Worst: 9.5 MPG
    Average: 18.0
    Current Mileage: 3899 miles

    No problems at all. The 6 speed tranny is superb, quick and easy acceleration. BTW My Tundra has a TRD off road package, and just go through anything off road! ;)
  • kdhspyderkdhspyder Posts: 7,160
    You're Welcome. You will love yours when it arrives. Take care.
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