Tundra 3 4 ton truck




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  • Anyone hear any discussion of a 3/4 ton model in the near future. Not at the prices they want for a 1/2 ton truck they aren't going to sell very.

    Toyota Tundra site. Find a new, full-size truck at a Toyota dealership near you, or build & price your own Tundra online today. 15/19 est. mpg 3. tundra 8 PHOTOS. Videos. 4 VIDEOS. Interior Tour. EXPERIENCE TUNDRA.

    # - 11/02/14 Toyota Tundra 3/4 ton or 1 ton. Joined: Sep Posts: 5, I'd say its a 1/2 +P. 3/4 an 1 ton trucks are just heavier all the way around .

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    These shocks allow for an additional 1. Do not allow passengers to ride in cargo area. Taxes, license, insurance and registration are extra. Which would you choose and why? The cars that filmed the event.

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

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    I'm truck shopping and looking for opinions. Both are 4wd gas'ers and crew cab and pretty much loaded. Both in the ballpark of 20k miles. Which would you choose and why? Here are pics of each model. Find all posts by Doc. I'am about the room. If price is about the same , I say crew max. The Crew Max has a lot of room in the back. The rear seats even recline a little. I looked at the new 'double cab'. Smaller than the Crew Max but bigger than the extended cab in my current Silverado.

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    The Tundra drove out very well. Road noise was minimal. It had a sporty feel to it and plenty of power. The rear window even retracted down. It has one foot more cab space than the 'double cab' model. The double cab has one more foot of bed space, 6. I like the Crew Max best, but would consider either model at this point if I could get it priced right.

    Now I've also read that the Tundra was rated horrible in front end colision. It also has issues with the tail gate breaking in half. Nice but no sale today. More shopping to do. The Chevy dearler did not have a comparable truck to look at. Been on the lot since June of last year. They'll deal on this one.

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    I found one on a lot here that sounds much the same. Same year and everything. At this point I am not comfortable with the diesels, especially the used ones. What are you going to use it for primary purposes? A bed area under 6' can be a real PITA sometimes. If towing a lot, how do their towing capacities compare?

    If using the truck for working, I'd go with the Chevy. If it's mainly for light er hauling or just getting around, I'd probably go with the Toyota. Primary use would be towing da boat. I have a trailer I would use for hauling 8' or 12' stock, whenever the need arose. Otherwise I rarely use the full potential of my 6' bed on my current truck.

    We do however need something to haul people so we don't have to take two cars. So a crew cab would fit the bill there.

    Tundra 3 4 ton truck

    The Toyota will tow 10k. Guess I could not call this a 'work' truck by any stretch of the imagination. Do you still have that Chevy Brian? Will you be selling it anytime soon?

    If so, remind me of the stats on it. Based on your usage, I'd probably go with the Toyota. As it stands right now, I'll be keeping my truck for at least a few more years. I'm only putting about 5K miles on per year so it's still in perfect shape and I have no reason to replace it. While I don't need it now, I might one day, so I wanted to compare two trucks that both could tow 10k, just in case I decided to upgrade the Baja. Problem is if I spend that much cash on the Toyota, I probably will not be upgrading the Baja anytime soon.



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