2007 Toyota Tundra User Reviews

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 Limited Crew Max 5.7L Review
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    75

    Do It All Half Ton — + 5.7 engine has gobs of power + Toyota reliability + Limited trim include all the niceties + back seat is best in class - ride is rough for a half ton - fuel economy without a load - fuel economy while towing, are you kidding me

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Useful truck that can be used as a tow rig or a daily family hauler

    Cons: Fuel economy is pathetic, shame on you Toyota

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 SR5 Double Cab 5.7L Review
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    25

    Great Truck — Great truck! it's comfortable although my wife would have liked the passenger power seat option included in the limited package. I was disappointed that this was not something that would be easy to add later. Everything on this truck is heavy duty! Love the 5.7.

    Pros: Love this truck, 85000 with virtually no problems

    Cons: I could use better gas mileage but what do you expect from 380 HP?

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 SR5 Double Cab 5.7L Review
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    Hope To Own For Years To Come! — The body styling is what initially attracted me to the Tundra. It ( to me) has an aggressive stance and handles very well. I have the SR5 with captain's chairs and they are quite comfortable on long trips (four hour range) The fuel mileage as stated in the cons is the only real downfall I feel is worth mentioning. I bought it certified with 28,xxx miles and have 40k on it now and haven't had to take it in for anything yet. Two minor complaints are the tries that came with them out fo the factory they are for lack of a better word, junk. The only other complaint is that if I want to program a key fob it HAS to be taken into the dealer, and while not expensive (around $45 for everything) it's irritating. Acceleration is unreal for a truck that ways in the 5,500lb range. The turn radius is another big plus to this model it is much easier to manuver into tight spaces if necessary.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Power, exterior, interior

    Cons: Fuel mileage ( as much as expected with a 4 wheel drive), not much else other than that

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 Limited Double Cab 5.7L Review
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    Great Truck For Hauling — This truck is very powerful but, with power, comes a sacrifice in mileage. I have a topper on the truck so, it is good for hauling things year-round. I pull a travel trailer with it with no issues and it is a tank in the snow.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Major power

    Cons: mileage and parking

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 Limited Crew Max 5.7L Review
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    45

    It's A Great Truck. It Still Looks Brand New! — Toyota's quality is outstanding. We love the sliding back window. The performance is exceptional in acceleration. Can go from 0-60 within seconds! Love the power! It's an 07' but still looks and smells brand new. We love to drive our Tundra.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Toyota's impeccable quality

    Cons: only five seats

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 SR5 Double Cab LB 5.7L Review
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    Cant Wait For A Future Tundra Diesel — Well I love my GM trucks, and was only drawn to toyota due to its looks and reputation. After test drive I was sold. Definetly faster, better handling, way smoother ride than my 02 Silverado with 5.3l vortec. Gas mileage is a little worse than my chevy but with it being 5.7l crew cab long bed im satisfied with the fuel economy.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Tundra delivers the best interior setup.

    Cons: Getting its long frame through the taco bell drive thru

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 Limited Double Cab 5.7L Review
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    Maybe If They Made A Diesel Version — Great power amazing braking, the interior is really comfortable woulda gone a different route with the instruments and such if i built it... Lets put it this way if you buy one of these u might as well just install and auxillary fuel tank horrible horrible gas mileage and its rediculous to service with the good option package

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

    Pros: Drivablility

    Cons: Fuel Mileage and maintence

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X2 SR5 Double Cab 4.7L Review
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    So Much Fun To Drive And You Always Have Fun Driving It! — This is a wonderful truck, losts of power, this truck is no longer stock though, has 22s and has been lowered a bit aswell. An all around fun vehicle to drive. It's a real head turner no matter where and when u drive it.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Fast, Power, Practical.

    Cons: Bad on gas.

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X4 SR5 Double Cab 5.7L Review
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    All Around Great Truck. — radio and heater controls is to far away for the driver to comfortably turn the stations while driving. cant beat the ride or the power.

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

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    2007 Toyota Tundra 4X2 SR5 Double Cab 5.7L Review
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    Drive It, You Will Love It. — This is by far the best truck I've ever owned. Plenty of power out of the 5.7. Just wish the stock stereo had more oomph. Oil change is more difficult than the average oil change. Love the stock wheels and tires package

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: POWER!!!!

    Cons: No reason to avoid

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2014 Toyota Tundra Reviews

    Aimz Toy By amyjl

    I love the look of my truck. It is clean and sleek, looks very sharp. It is extremely roomy and my 6'3" brother can fit in the back seat with more than enough room. Very reliable and great for camping... Read More

    A Joy To Drive By jdillard05

    I love everything about my truck except the gas mileage. But if you are a truck person that will not matter. I love the way the rear glass goes down. The back seat is spacious to fall asleep on wonder... Read More

    2013 Toyota Tundra Reviews

    Gorgeous By jharp

    One of the most reliable and bang-for-the-buck vehicle manufacturers in the business. The truck is truly beautiful with an absolutely giant amount of space in the back seat. Great for work, commute, h... Read More

    I Love It By mikeal88

    4.6L Tundra is a geat all around truck. It's 4x4 system is incredible. There are many pro's to this truck. I have nothing bad to say about it. One major plus for the truck is the bucket seats in the f... Read More

    2012 Toyota Tundra Reviews

    The Tundra Does Not Disappoint. By arachulax

    I bought this truck because Consumer Reports recommended it. I have only had an issue with the driver's seat squeaking that Toyota fixed under warranty. Other than that it has performed very well and... Read More

    Best Half Ton Truck On The Road By Wesley

    I've had a couple of trucks and this one puts them all to shame. Most reliable and best looking truck. I had an 08 dodge ram before this one and from the time I bought it untill I got rid of it I put ... Read More

    2011 Toyota Tundra Reviews

    Great Truck. By fremit

    Love this truck. Tons of room. Looks great. 5.7l engine is a powerhouse. Tows almost anything. Vehicle does not get the greatest gas mileage but what do you expect with a big truck. New Firestone mud... Read More

    Desired More... By Behesht

    Lacked leg room in rear and the truck was too expensive on fuel. Unfortunately the fuel costs leave you desiring for more in an alternate vehicle. The look is great but very expensive to maintain wi... Read More

    2010 Toyota Tundra Reviews

    Nice By shawnten

    best truck on the Market. you really kind find a better looking truck. This is my second one and you cant go wrong with a toyota. The motor is strong and they shift perfectly. You wont be disappoi... Read More

    Very Good All Around Truck By hessere

    I owned this truck for 2 years and really liked it. The power of the 5.7 is second to none. It is very comfortable driving around and everything inside was easy to use and user friendly. I really d... Read More

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