2001 Toyota Tundra Limited V8 I-Force
Absolutely a great pickup
Rattles in the CD/Radio area when temperatures are in the 30's. I had to take it in three times before the got it fixed. Access door on the driver's side rattles.
Would like to see engine/drivetrain that can handle 10,000 lbs. The 7,000 lbs handles most jobs, but if you're looking to pull a 32 foot camper, consider its performance.
Overall, outstanding comfort, reliability, and performance. I'm over six feet and I've driven several long trips (over 10 hours) and felt like I was in a luxury automobile. Although few rattling problems, reliability is a sure as the sun rising in the morning. Nothing beats this Toyota. Power is strong. Hauled full load of sand, mulch, and lawnmower. Couldn't tell I had anything in the back. Awesome ride.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd September, 2002
20th Nov 2002, 17:46
My 2002 Tundra Limited works and handles excellent. Toyota could improve on seat comfort and dash squeak and cracking.
Also a outside thermometer and heated mirrors should be standard on such a vehicle and a real back seat would make a real full size truck.
15th Feb 2005, 14:52
The 2003 and newer Tundras now come standard with power heated mirrors when ordered with the cold weather guard option package or the SR5 package. My 2003 has heated mirrors. They are great! And if you want a real back seat and 4 real doors the Double Cab Tundra will give you that, although I personally don't want a truck that large, or the extra $10,000 sticker price of a D/C.