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Toyota Tundra Owner Experiences



  • Here's a full size truck made for tight parking spaces. Turn radius as tight as Honda Accord.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    A GM owner who has bought a lemon Silverado is posting in this group. He surely must realize that he is posting off topic. Just sour grapes?

    My Tundra has been flawless for the 2 years I have owned it. It has been the best quality and most reliable vehicle I have ever owned.
  • steering will fix the shaking steering column in those Shakerados!
  • My wife started up the tundra this afternoon and there was some heavy smoke from the exhaust. I didn't see it when it exited the pipe so I couldn't tell if it was white (coolant) or blue (oil). It's a 2000 extended cab with the V8 and I have been religious with the maint. Has anybody out there seen this problem? I know what causes both types of smoke but with only 36K miles I am very concerned.

    I will update the board after I get it in the shop. This board helped me get the brake/vibration taken care of so I owe a follow up to the rest of you.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    Quad, WHY would any red-blooded American want to buy a pickup made in Canada (no offense to Canadians) ALL Tundras are made in the US.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    And so-called "American" Silverado trucks are built in Canada. During the 4 months that your truck spent in the shop, did you worry about where your truck was built?
  • ryanbabryanbab Posts: 7,240
    bama what state was your truck built in?
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    Why would any red-blooded american want to buy a foreign built truck? I would rather buy a Tundra - all Tundras are built in the US. All Denials are built in Canada (A foreign country).

    If you buy a GM Denial - You are shipping jobs out of the US!
  • ndahi12ndahi12 Posts: 235
    STOP. Please keep this thread about rating the Tundra. If you want to flame, go to the ride and mpg thread.

    Personally, I do not give a sh*t where my truck is built as long as it has quality and reliability engineered in it. If Afghanistan made a reliable quality truck, then I will buy it.
  • You are ridiculous, go F*UCK yourself, you F*UCKING pig.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    I totally agree with you! Unfortunately, ObywannaTundra and Quad do not agree! Even though they both own GM Lemons, they insist on posting in the Tundra forums.

    They got stung buying their $30,000(or $40,000) Lemonados. They are trying to resolve their pain by bashing Toyotas. Please give them the pity they deserve!
  • ryanbabryanbab Posts: 7,240
    bama maybe you missed post #950 but what state was your truck built in? If i am not mistaken it was built in indiana. The state i live in and OH yea my silverado was built in the same very state.

    "Why would any red-blooded american want to buy a foreign built truck?"

    So when did indiana become a foreign nation?
  • hutch7hutch7 Posts: 88
    Seems like every thread I visit on this site involves some sort of dicussion about the Chevy.
    What's with that? I've given up on the Big 3 and yet still they haunt my threads!
  • ryanbabryanbab Posts: 7,240
    i apologize but i cannot let misinformation be spread throughout topics.
  • mr620mr620 Posts: 60
    you have to forgive those gm boys because owning gm trucks and jumping threads to threads to bash others are the most patriotic things they have ever done in their lives.

    Oh they says toyota parts are made in japan. Little do they know that the nickel, copper, aluminium and plastic likely came from north american soil. I'm sure japan don't have these material.

    Hey obyone, quad, etc, keep those truck and suv orders coming, and keep buying new one every 2 years because we canadian just loves those US dollars.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    What misformation? Many Shakerados are built in Canada. You have to accept this simple facr.
  • Now obyone is criticizing people for not answering any questions related to their truck! obyone, how many times have you done the same, using your dumb old Tacoma side-impact rating anytime somebody addressed you regarding GMC trucks?

    Funny you get so hot and bothered about a hypothetical situation, like trucks made in Afghanistan. You must truly live in a hypothetical world, where trucks that spend 4 months a year at the dealership are the best trucks money can buy...
  • at least I can drive my truck 12 months a year, not 8 months a year like you. For safety's sake, your best argument is your truck isn't on the road 33.3% of the time 'cuz it's at the dealership on a lift...
  • advertised "as the most dependable, longest lasting trucks on the road" need "corrections" AND an extended warranty, especially when new?

    Sidestepping into the past? The past is a good indication of the future. Your NEW truck was plagued with problems that took 4 months to fix, what the HELL makes you think it will "improve" with time and more miles???

    This is all TOO FUNNY! It's obvious you're only here trying to justify your purchase of that LEMON!!!

    Oh yeah, did that 4 months at the dealership solve your truck's tendency to crumple like styrofaom in a collision that was so clearly illustrated by the IIHS' crash test?
  • Why does a Chevy lemon owner whose truck spends a third of the year in the shop bother lurking around Tundra threads anyway?
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