2012 Toyota Tundra CrewMax 4X4 User Reviews
Tundra-Grade 4.6L shown
- $30,233 - $38,465
- No trim specified for this review
- Balance, Power, Comfort, Saftey
- A little on the pricey side.
Purchased As New
I have has the 4.6L double cab Tundra for about 2 months now. I bought this model to give me a good balance of power and fuel economy. I am a regular guy who doesn't need a heavy duty truck. I use it mainly for home projects. I haven't towed anything yet, so I can't give you an honest review on that side of things. The 4.6L does produce enough power to feel like you're driving a full sized truck. In my past, I noticed the V6 engines on a full sized truck, have a hard time pulling the truck around. Inside, I have a storeage compartment under my back seat that comes in handy for tools and whatever else I feel like throwing in there. Heated mirrors, power everything, aux input. My only complaint is a minor one. I am a music junkie! I need my music to sound good. I did not get the JBL upgrade on the radio, and I wish I would have. I will replace this factory radio and speakers. The radio is not terrible, but I have heard better stock radios in other vehicles. The 4x4 has been great the few times that I felt like testing it.
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