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2006 Toyota TundraReview
joseph writes:
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Toyota Tundra is a very solid and durable truck work truck.

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Preacher67 writes:
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As much as I am a Ford fan from birth, the Toyota Tundra is a true pleasure to drive. As with all Toyota’s, the fit and finish, the tight tolerances, all add up to a truck that can take abuse and live a long, long life.

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Joseph J writes:
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awesome vehicle for the price I mean really, can not beat it.

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2006 Toyota Tundra SR5 4dr Access Cab SB with V8Review
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I Think It Is The Best First Car A Kid Can Have If Your Looking For Something Reasonable. — I like the reliability as well as the powerful engine that it has. You can pretty much use it for anything. A work truck or a ranch truck and would be a great first car! Thank you - Samuel Sterling Mackie

Pros: great, reliable truck. These sort of trucks are built to last forever

Cons: its leg space in the back is a little tight.

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2006 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Double Cab 4WD SBReview
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Love The Tundra! — I've owned another Toyota before, a 1998 extracab tacoma v6 and this Tundra makes me feel right at home. It's not so much bigger, sounds great, drives great, is smooth and comfortable. Love the leather and 4x4, rear slider, so much to like. Can't wait to go camping up in Yosemite and take the family!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: My favorite style before toyota switched.  Love the natural sound of Toyota engines.  Love the 4x4.  And for the year really like the leather and feel.  

Cons: Fuel economy not the best but it actually helps chilling me out on drives because I don't ever speed.  

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2006 Toyota Tundra SR5 4dr Double Cab SBReview
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One Of The Best Vehicles I've Ever Owned —

I did a lot of research before getting this model Tundra. Being the last year of this production run they pretty much did everything right. Even the 4.7L motor got a few tweaks to squeeze out a few more ponies. This is a typical Toyota product. It's built like a tank, everything works. There really aren't too many surprises. It would be nice if there was more storage under/behind the rear seats. Even though the cab is spacious there really isn't much room for jumper cables, tools, etc. Unlike its US counterparts the bed rails aren't solid. They're a crimped/welded line with a bunch of holes. Plastic covers snap in place to give the appearance of flat rails but they're not very solid. I added a roll-n-lock cover and it requires putting a bunch of spacers under the rails. Even with the spacers it doesn't work quite right since the plastic has a certain amount of play. The rolling rear window is kind of handy for cool days. Opening it a few inches and then cracking the front windows sets up a wind tunnel effect in the cab. Word of warning though the wind rushes from back to front so if you have any dust/debris in the bed it comes whipping in that back window. This is my favorite vehicle but it just doesn't quite match my needs at the moment. I bought a pickup because I thought I needed to haul stuff when I bought a house. I did haul a bunch of mulch, lumber, etc. However, I do a lot of camping and other outdoor activities. Having dry and secure storage rather than an open bed is more important so I'm looking for a late model 4runner instead.

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

Pros: Ample power (but the new 5.7L would be nice), comfortable seats, plenty of cargo capacity, backup alert very handy, very quiet ride.

Cons: Removing front skidplate for an oil change is a real pain, drinks gas (17mpg), back sliding glass kind of a gimmick, turning radius is about a city block.

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2006 Toyota Tundra SR5 4dr Access Cab SB with V6, automaticReview
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Could Use Some Add On's. $$$$ — I've liked Toyota for awhile, i'm a old man,but i know what last's, and at my age you need reliability,and Power to get away from alot of sad driver's. from my first Corolla back in 1983,they have been a part of our Family.All in all, I love my Truck.

Pros: It's A Truck

Cons: Not enough braking smoothness.

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2006 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Double Cab SBReview
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Great Truck, Keeps It's Value. — Loved everything about this truck. Tundra is the most reliable truck in the world. I never had one problem with this truck. I plan to get a BMW and I'm kinda scared because I've heard a lot of problems with them but at the end of the day how you take car of a car is huge and I took car of this truck like a new born baby. The only con I would say about this truck is the fuel economy.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very Reliable

Cons: Not the best fuel economy

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2006 Toyota Tundra Limited 4dr Double Cab SBReview
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Sharp, Capable, And Dependable. — This truck is awesome! I haven't had any issues out of this truck. It's done everything I've asked it to do and it looks good doing it. My friends are always impressed by how much room it has, especially in the back. They also love how the back window rolls down.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I love the understated roominess and huge sunroof.  In addition, typical for Toyota is an extremely ergonomical, easy to use interior controls.  Also, I love how the back window rolls down all the way.

Cons: Gas mileage...but it's a truck so...

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2006 Toyota Tundra SR5 4dr Double Cab SBReview
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Can't Go Wrong With Toyota — You really can't go wrong with this truck or this model. It's an 06 but still looks just as good as every other Tundra out on the market. You treat it good with all vehicle maintenance and it will treat you good with reliability. People see it and can't believe it's an 06.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great power. Very roomy. Reliable, low maintenance

Cons: No cons!

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2021 Toyota Tundra Reviews

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I have bought a Tundra Double Cab as apposed to the Crewmax, but both are similar. I like the dependability of Toyota. These are the last of this line with the new line coming out in 2022 with promisi... Read More

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2020 Toyota Tundra Reviews

Review By Guru33785

Beautiful inside and out! Has a great rugged look and feel , Still complimented with a luxurious characteristics! Read More

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I want really bad but cost to much needs a bed cover Read More

2019 Toyota Tundra Reviews

Review By Guru9CH1CL

Not impressed, transmission is older Disadvantage compared to ford Needs upgrade in near future Read More

Review By Guru9B6D2F

Runs great .I think it has everything it should have Read More

2018 Toyota Tundra Reviews

Review By WICON42

Had a 2000 and a 2012 and I must say, the negative things about those two have been corrected and then some. I am really loving this 2018 Limited edition truck so far. Read More

Review By Guru956NJP

Nice truck, good reviews, great ride, solid construction and features Read More

2017 Toyota Tundra Reviews

Review By GuruZK1T9

Dent in front right bumper , interior above normal wear . Nicks and scratches all around . Overpriced for the condition IMO Read More

Review By Dave

Easy to use and adjust. The only feature for my particular choice that is missing is the exact wording of the cab size, Crew or double cab. Read More

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