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toyota tundra

looking at the tundra 4.6l...any advice......talked with 3 people that have them and they love them....i posted about dodge dealer but after talking with them changed my mind slightly..the deal in paper was not all that

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I think it is possible in the future that Nissan and Yoter is gonna drop their full size jobs.I read not long ago that the sales has been real bad and dismal and getting worse every year.
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Would never ever buy one, a lot of better options out there! Just my opinion.
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Re: toyota tundra

Never had the 4.6 but I am on my second 5.7 and never had any problem with them, got all the power I need, when I need it.

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Never had the 4.6 but I am on my second 5.7 and never had any problem with them, got all the power I need, when I need it.
thats what few i talked with said...i dont tow any real heavy things but the 4.6 has 310hp versus my dodge ram 4.7 at 285hp..so it should be an improvement..plus the reliability of toyota..find out when i look at it today

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I,ve heard that the fuel milage is terrible even for a full size truck.
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I love the look of the Tacoma but the Tundra has to be the ugliest truck on the road. One of my friends has the Tundra (2012) and he loves it. He has had no problems with it and he is not one to baby anything. If you like the way it looks, then go for it.
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I can deal with the looks..to me the look pretty cool. .looking reliable form of transportation. .Got 140000 on my ram..cost quit a bit since the 100000 mile mark...mpg..no worse than my ram..hope I get a deal

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Buckinnuts, on my second Tundra. Never had a mechanical problem. my fuel mileage is near 12.6-13 mpg. Not great but what I have come to expect. Have taken a beating from the FIL because it is not a Ford or Chevy. He has come around to almost saying he likes it. We take my truck on any trip over an hour cause he likes the passenger seat. Come to think of it same for my wife. We leave her Lincoln Navigator at home on trips cause they agree my truck rides nicer. Had 200k+ on first one already have 40k on this one.

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I haven't heard of any complaints from owners of the 4.6L. The only complaints seem to come from those that have never owned one.

I have a 5.7L and have had no engine or tranny related issues. I had two other small issues and the warrantly covered them w/o any problem. Actually one of the issues occured out of warranty but the dealer fixed it no charge anyhow.
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