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Toyota re-releases its full size pick-up with the introduction of the new Tundra. The Tundra, larger and stronger than the T100, is available with an optional V8 engine that boasts the first L.E.V. (low emission vehicle) rating by the EPA in the segment. Both 2WD and 4WD are available in either a Regular Cab or an Access Cab, with dual side access panels. The high-end Limited model features color-keyed bumpers, fender flares and outside mirrors, as well as power windows and door locks. Optional equipment includes four-wheel ABS, daytime running lights and a Limited Leather Trim Package. 4WD models offer an optional Off-Road Package, which includes off-road suspension, heavy-duty shock absorbers and BF Goodrich tires with aluminum alloy wheels.
2000 Toyota Tundra
pros: Public at large equates the name Toyota with high quality, equalling high trade value
cons: Of my experience with manufacturer's honesty - five different companies - Toyota is the worst.
Anything but perfect....................
I am the original owner of a 2000 SR5 Extended Cab V-8 with 106K miles, and while it has not been as... See Full Review
pros: The value, quality, engine power.
cons: Road noise.
Best value in a long term purchase I've ever made
After buying my 2000 Tundra one year used years ago I still can't get over how lucky I got or what a... See Full Review
pros: V8 power, quiet, great handling, comfortable front seats
cons: Rear seat back is too vertical for comfort on longer rides.
Tundra is best value in a V8 truck
The Toyota Tundra far outclasses Ford, GM, and Dodge. The quality and looks of this truck is what I... See Full Review
pros: Comfortable! Reliable! Fast enough! Best in class off-road.
cons: MPH not the greatest, but it is not a corolla either.
Best Truck for the buck!
I waited for 5 years to review this truck. I have had this truck since it had 15,000 miles. My broth... See Full Review
ONE WORD "GRRRREAT"
MY TUNDRA IS A 2000 2WD V-8 WITH 50,000 MILES. I PURCHASED IT USED AND I AM VERY,VERY HAPPY WITH THI... See Full Review
pros: Smooth quiet ride, comfortable
cons: Re-occurring problem with Shift lever
Love the Tundra - but...
Stylish, love the color - the dark green gets many compliments, it is nicely proportioned. The probl... See Full Review
pros: best truck ever owned, full of options, very classy
cons: GAS, slipping transmission, uncomfortable back seat, low front end
Good Overall, can't afford gas
I really love my 2000 Tundra limited 4x4 with the TRD package, its got all the options. i just have... See Full Review
pros: Great Truck...runs like a top, quiet, solid, fun.
cons: keeps OPEC in business
I've had the truck for about 3 years now. I only have about 32K on the truck but it hasn't had one... See Full Review
pros: Handles great, excellent power vs MPG, Comfortable, great all around truck
cons: Quality issues. Undersized brakes, cant tow 5th wheel trailers
Great Truck if Quality issues are addressed
The 2000 Tundra is a great truck, First and second year trucks have some quality issues that have be... See Full Review
pros: It's a Toyota!, 32valve V8, reliable, higher in stock from that GM,Ford, and Dodge.
cons: Not cheap, brakes could be better.
A Toyota-that pretty much sums it up.
I really needed a 2nd car as my GS400 is currently kicking out 470hp and I place sometimes 200 miles... See Full Review
|Seating Capacity||3 Seats|
|Engine Size||3.4L - 6 Cylinders|
|Current Retail Price||$7,824 - $15,445|
|Original List Price||$14,995 - $27,830|
|Current Wholesale Price||$5,773 - $11,399 (Update Date: 1/1/06)|
|Available Models||SR5 4WD 2 Dr Regular Cab, Access Cab SR5 4WD 2 Dr Extended Cab, Access Cab SR5 2 Dr Extended Cab, Access Cab Limited 4WD 2 Dr Extended Cab, Access Cab Limited 2 Dr Extended Cab, 2 Dr Regular Cab|