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My Toyota Tundra #14463299 01/13/20
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Is the best GD vehicle I've ever owned.

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I'm driving my 2002 V-8 Tundra for 18yrs now.Zero major issues at 210K miles now and still gets 24-25miles per gallon on the highway..Still a great truck.Clear coat paint is flaking a little now.Never thought I'd drive one that long and was offered 6k cash for it.That is one good thing about the Toyotas,they have great resale value too.


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I have lost track of the Toyotas I have owned... two years ago I bought a new Tacoma, and Tundra... The Tacoma replaced my 84 & 85 as knockabout outdoor vehicles.. I think they both had over 300,000 miles on them... The Tundra became my travel vehicle for long road trips.. I still have a 2012 with over 210,000 miles on it.. Runs like a charm.. It is my heavy duty hunting and fishing truck for pulling my travel trailer on hunting and fishing trips .. Awesome vehicles!!!!


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Originally Posted by baldhunter
I'm driving my 2002 V-8 Tundra for 18yrs now.Zero major issues at 210K miles now and still gets 24-25miles per gallon on the highway..Still a great truck.Clear coat paint is flaking a little now.Never thought I'd drive one that long and was offered 6k cash for it.That is one good thing about the Toyotas,they have great resale value too.


You've got me beat by 2K miles. No flaky paint on mine. still gets the same MPG as when I bought it. Time for a new timing belt and another 100K!

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I am liking my Dodge...

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Not a truck...


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The "original" Tundras seem to hold up pretty well. Several of 'em around where I live. A buddy is still driving the one he bought new, early 2000s. Pretty sure it's well past 200K in miles? No issues with the paint, but the OEM tubular side steps are about rusted away. There's another one in town that's the same color as his, even has the same aluminum topper on it. Constantly waving at the "wrong guy" when we pass.

Those early ones aren't much different in size, than today's Tacomas.


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If you can get stain steel tube side steps do it... Mine are .. most of the makers have a premium line that is stainless.

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Funny no one has mentioned the Costco automotive program when you are buying a new Yota.... Prices below what most people get, and no haggling... great way to go.

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You're an azzwhole!


Wait... what were we talking about? I saw, "Tundra", in the headline, and the insults just came flyin' out. Y'know... Tundra Tourette's 'n all...

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Well, lookit who the OP was? World Class schitt stirrer and renowned bon vivant. crazy


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Originally Posted by EdM
I am liking my Dodge...

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I’d fugk it’s muffler.

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Originally Posted by deflave
My Toyota Tundra Is the best GD vehicle I've ever owned.



Love my 2000 Tundra V-8 4x4.


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Well, so far it seems the Tundra is well thought of by its owners.

I wonder when Captain Ford will come along and tell everyone how wrong they are?

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Originally Posted by baxterb
Originally Posted by baldhunter
I'm driving my 2002 V-8 Tundra for 18yrs now.Zero major issues at 210K miles now and still gets 24-25miles per gallon on the highway..Still a great truck.Clear coat paint is flaking a little now.Never thought I'd drive one that long and was offered 6k cash for it.That is one good thing about the Toyotas,they have great resale value too.


You've got me beat by 2K miles. No flaky paint on mine. still gets the same MPG as when I bought it. Time for a new timing belt and another 100K!

Yes I'm due for a new Timing Belt.Mine has been in the hot South Texas sun for 18yrs and this does take a toll on it.Since I retired three years ago I only put about 3-4 thousand miles a year on it,I just need to take time to have it done.The problem is I drive it everyday.


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Originally Posted by deflave
I wonder when Captain Ford will come along and tell everyone how wrong they are?

General GM here......you're f'ing wong doosh bag......

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I'll take a F-150...thank you

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Originally Posted by deflave
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I am liking my Dodge...

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I’d fugk it’s muffler.


Yep though I am thoroughly pleased with my '14 Tundra.


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Originally Posted by deflave
Well, so far it seems the Tundra is well thought of by its owners.

I wonder when Captain Ford will come along and tell everyone how wrong they are?


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Then STFU. The rest of your statement is superflous bullshit with no real bearing on this discussion other than to massage your own ego.
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I have a 2004 Ford F-150 and a 2004 Tundra.

My Ford has 174,000 miles with zero, zip, nada issues...flawless!

My Tundra has 121,000 miles with :
Recalls for cooling, exhaust, exterior lighting, air bag inflator modules, air bag on-off switch assembly, control arms, ball joints...

Pass the Ford , please...


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