Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by ThackerSS, Mar 4, 2008.
Guess the Tundra couldn't pull it.
thats good shit right there
too bad I would rather take a Toyota truck over any domestic, sad but true bro
they're there to race, not pull shit, dumbass
i've seen them pull the badges off, like they expect to fool anyone
but the tundra didn't fall apart after 30,000 miles
we'll see what you say when you wanna get any real work done with a truck.
thats not even the biggest american made truck isn't it? theres a super duty 2500 or some shit bigger
those jap fags don't belong in nascar
@ bitter Toyota fanboys.
now there, my friends, is a fair and unbiased comparison.
Yeah, because the Camry or Tundra isn't built in the U.S.
Some problems with the 4WD 5.7 Tundra, ya? Although I think the 2WD is still top notch.
My Dad has a 2000 Tundra, first year it came out. Has had ZERO issues. Solid vehicle.
GM 100k warranty, so what if it does.
When you have a truck meant to be used as a truck.. such as with GM trucks... shit tends to break.
Typically, Tundras spend their entire life on pretty roads with pussies behind the wheels.
Regardless of brand, I thought most buyers end up using it as a status symbol
lol @ someone trying to say GM trucks are pieces of shit.
seriously, they are some of the most reliable vehicles on the planet
That looks like a one ton, and it's going to be hard to find a bigger truck than a GM 3500 Crew Cab Dually.
Fucking Toyota bought one.
The Tundra Limited was busy driving the President of The United States around.
Its a chop