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2007 Toyota Tundra Drive and Review

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By Becky B.

Thursday June 28,

Location: Dublin, CA

Conditions: and breezy

This vehicle is compared to what I drive, but I had a driving it anyway. The engine is so I wanted to get it up to speed and see how it handled out on the road. I was very pleasantly

Even though the iForce V8 engine eats little for snacks, it still gets gas mileage compared to other of its size. Acceleration is intuitive, as is nice transitions from to slow. (Vehicle specs has the observed gas mileage for the Tundra drive)

The interior was roomy, leathery, and plush. The instrument panel for the was smooth and easy to reach and to The stock stereo system put out a sound, and even though we have any CDs to play, the radio was

You can also hook up your device, MP3 player, XM radio, or any of iPod situations if you want to. The storage has all sorts of fun nooks and for your glasses, business gum etc. Then we get to the console the two enormous front seats: This is built for the full on office!

Hanging file folders! come out in their own separate If you’re a realtor or a contractor, is definitely the ride for you.

you need is within easy including adjusting all your the steering wheel, an information that explains gas mileage, info, direction, etc. and your seats, which of are heated. The air conditioning worked on a day with plenty of wind but we it anyway.

The windows operate effectively…but one that rocked my little and reminded me of my parent’s 1969 Crown Wagon, was the rear It rolls down, ALL the way! of Country Squires too! How is that?

I mean, it’s to be inside a truck cab, but the rear window makes you you’re in a convertible. I really that.

The rear seats sweetly, which is unusual in the cab of a vehicle. I sat back there and gobs of room. You can place drink cup anywhere you please, there’s at least 10 or so places to do so.

The rear seats also lay flat, and plenty of areas to child seats if necessary. The are a 60/40 situation, making it to transport your stuff needs that sort of

One thing I have always about larger vehicles is the way the sounds when it shuts. This ride has that, and I it. Giant door handles, mean business about or shutting them. The tailgate was a of art: pneumatic lowering AND

No more hinge issues of slamming! That was a pretty feature.

Exterior-wise, this has spiffy 20 inch wheels, a Slate Metallic color, of entry and exit even I’m pretty short at five three. If there were one I would change about Tundra, it would be the sight around those huge view mirrors. One would need to pay attention to the outside when necessary.

Overall I was and pleasantly surprised with vehicle and all the accoutrements it has to offer. I had a time driving it!


An appreciative thank-you goes to Creek Toyota for graciously the Tundra demo truck. review would not have possible without their support and help.

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