2000 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7L V8 from North America
Wait for the full size Nissan pickup
Toyota has never been know to produce cars with quality brakes. I would know I have had about 6 Toyota's. So, just to make sure you were a believer they produced the Tundra. I have a had 5 complete break job in the last 7,000 miles and the dealer admits no confidence in the repair.
The axle seal blew out twice
Molding falls off
They cannot fix the alignment. I need new tires every 10,000 miles.
And why can't I have a remote gas cap release. Is it too much to ask?
I only drive 4 miles to work in sunny southern California. I have never used the thing as a "truck".
I do have to admit that the truck has a lot of power, handles and rides great.
Toyota sales: Have to be the rudest, nastiest, most condescending people on the planet.
I have been a life long advocate of Toyota. I would like to announce my departure. Good luck Toyota you will need it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 9th September, 2002
2nd Oct 2002, 12:50
I agree about the Brakes. My Tundra had all the brakes TSB fixes @ 29000 and the Vibration came back @ 26500..out of warranty. Toyota told me that all cars rotors vibrate when they heat up. They will not fix my truck so I will now try and sell it and never buy another Toyota! Nissan and Honda are both coming out with a full size v-8 truck in 2004...I will have to wait. They just last month (9/02) came out with a redesigned front caliper... but I have to pay if I want it. And the dealers do suck and must think we are idiots. I will spend many hours telling world (internet) about the Brakes that need to be Recalled.