2008 Toyota Tundra CrewMax 4X2
There are 2 user reviews for the Tundra-Grade 4.7L trim shown below
- Even the tundra grade has creature comforts
- I miss my autodim mirror.
I have had my tundra for 9 months now. Even with the 4.7 v8 It pulls my 3500 lb tractor easily. My friends enjoy riding in it and often call it the pimp mobile. The interior is very spacious. My wife gets jealous that it is more comfortable than her highlander limited. The tundra grade had all the usual ammenities like cruise, rear air, 4 12volt outlets, 14 cupholders, 2 glovesboxes, underseat storage, and seperate climate zones. If you take adavntages of rebates you can get the crewmax 4.7L v8 with many upgrades for 22 thousand. It just seems too good to be true....read morehide
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- Interior Space, Power, Style
- Thunder noise when back windows down - kills ear drums
This is the first Tundra I have purchased. I will not consider another truck due to my love of this truck. The interior room is unbelievable as well as the power generate by the 4.7 L. I've heard comments thats it just a souped up Dodge Ram 1500 but I cant see it. If it came to the wife or the truck, I would be single. Great purchase, she now wants one of here own, just with more options. Gas mileage was poor but with the addition of a K&N filter, and some additional tuning at a local shop, averaging around 16 mpg, but the lead foot keeps the MPG down, but its worth it. Redlining causes the engine to hop but that better than blowing the engine or throwing a rod. You cant go wrong with a Tundra....read morehide
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