Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by rhlx, Feb 6, 2006.
for hauling, carrying loads, normal work truck related duties?
tundra with the V8
Are you going to be the only one in the truck? If your hauling stuff and people the Tundra... Actually, either way, for a work truck...take the tundra...
but the v6 has a 6sp, but no cruise control
Holy wrong post Batman
Did anyone see the Tacoma commercial that was just on... pretty funny...
either or but i would take the tundra v8
My grandpa has had two tundras, I wouldnt buy one.
toyota garbage ftmfl. i have a 96 chevy pickup with 130k miles on it, it has never had any major problems. my father owned it for 7 years, i have owned it for 3. only thing ever was a waterpump, which aint shit. dont buy foreign SHIT. buy american cars.
nope just an attention seeking troll
Toyota trucks are made in the USA...
Tundra for what you're describing.
Just because you can't afford a new truck doesn't mean everyone wants a used one.
YOU sir, are an ignorant cockbag.
80% of the Tundra's parts are made in the US and final assembly is in the US. The I-Force V8 is fully machined and built in BERMINGHAM, ALABAMA.
Toyota just build a HUGE plant in San Antonio, Texas to crank out 100,000 Tundras per year. Providing THOUSANDS and THOUSANDS of jobs to hard working AMERICANs.
This anti-foreign cars shit is complete ignorance. You're a fucking moron, I'm assuming you and your daddy linch black people for looking at your momma?
A tundra wouldnt even work for most of the stuff my dad or I would need a 'work' truck for.
Also, Mr. Cockbag:
American? Most of newer Chevrolet Trucks are built in Canada, and some of Ford's trucks are built in Mexico.
lol your such an idiot
oh the ironing
Buy a Tundra, you won't be dissapointed.
I test/drive/market vehicles for every major automotive manufacturer for a living...and the Tundra is BY FAR the most impressive full-size truck on the market right now.
It doesn't tow as much as an equivalent Silverado or F150, and not even by much. Where it lacks in grunt/towability it makes up for itself in driveability. It has the biggest rear seat (if 4 door) out of any fullsize truck and drives a lot more like a car instead of a big truck. Makes for a much more comfortable daily driver.
That IForce V8 really fucking moves, too. It was very impressive. 272HP 283FTLBS of torque I believe (may be wrong, last worked with Tundras about 8 months ago)
Also, if you don't care about all the comfort stuff, you can get the Tundra in a single cab with vinyl instead of carpet. Bench seats are also optional.
You can even get alluminium work racks/tool boxes installed by the dealer.
We use 1/2ton Silverados at my work to haul engine driven welders to the field. Ex cab trucks with helper airbags and the truck sits and rides great. My dad works construction and carries a generator, couple boxes, all his concrete tools, etc, in his 1984 Chevy 3/4ton. And import truck's frame would explode if you tried that stuff.