2000 Toyota Tundra Overview


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4.85 stars

Based on 17 reviews

Solid, Comfortable And Dependable. by toytundra
 — This is the first year of the Tundra. Not at all like the 2012' s. I like the more compact feel of this particular year. It is spacious enough interior wise without feeling huge! Handles well and has... Read More
Quiet Comfort On Or Off Road by Bstrother
 — I was looking for a truck that fit my style and the Tundra nailed it. It has been the most reliable daily driver I have ever owned. I really like the quiet cabin and the fact that it will haul anythin... Read More
Its Not Going To Have All The Fancy Gadgets But, Its A Truck. by Cubanredneck
 — What I like about this truck is that it does everything the average person needs. It will pull just about anything, I periodically drive up to West Virginia and pulls cars back to Georgia with it no ... Read More

2000 Toyota Tundra Overview

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2000 Toyota Tundra

The 2000 Toyota Tundra made its debut in May of 1999, brought in to replace the aging T-100. Originally called the T-150, the name was changed when Ford sued Toyota for choosing a name too close to that of its own full-size truck, the F-150.

The 2000 Tundra was the first full-size pickup truck ever sold by a foreign automaker, and was brought to the states to compete with the Ford, the Dodge Ram, and Chevy Silverado. The American truck makers had a right to be nervous: the new truck was solid and quiet, with power from the V8 to impress any consumer.

Toyota created a variety of engines, starting with the base 3.4-liter double overhead cam V6 rated at 190 horsepower and 220 lb/ft of torque. However, about 95% of drivers spurned this engine for one of the V8's, including the top-end capable of 245 horsepower and 315 lb/ft of torque.


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Transmission Will Not Shift Into Drive

Shifts into reverse,2nd 3rd but not dr the indicator shows green for all except dr.Thank you. ike roland

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