2005 Toyota Tundra Overview


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4.75 stars

Based on 16 reviews

I Would Reccomend This To Anyone Looking For A Decently Capable Truck. by Nicholas
 — This truck is amazing for what it is meant to do. I have used it multiple times for lots of different things like trips to the dump and moving. The performance is awesome, better then anything you w... Read More
My 05 Tundra by Adam
 — race me and see what happins has very good accell and very solid frame plan to lift it and put some 35's on it this is like driving a small car with the power of a tank ask any 1 i know i dont even h... Read More
Love The Durability And Simplicity... by nafstrops
 — I previously had a 2000 Tundra with over 275,000. As a contractor, reliability has to be number one factor in vehicle. Only problem with Tundra was on a trip through Montana. It was -35 degrees and ra... Read More

2005 Toyota Tundra Overview

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Based on 16 reviews

2005 Toyota Tundra

The 2005 Toyota Tundra brought a few changes from the 2004 model, including a stronger base model, now a 4.0-liter V6, with the step-up being a 4.7-liter V8. Reviewers still complained about the bland exterior and relatively cramped interior on the base model, but the engine seemed to appease some that had continued to complain about the weak base engine.

Conversely, drivers and passengers alike love the quiet and nimble ride. The V8 stays quiet, even when approaching its 282 horsepower capacity. Reviewers have continued to cite moody brakes and mileage as problems, yet most seem to really enjoy their trucks.


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