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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab 5.7L 4WDReview
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Ok If You Don't Really Work A Truck. —

Bought this after our F250 diesel was put to pasture. We liked the ride - WAY better than the old F250. No where NEAR the work truck of the F250. Not even as good as older 1/2 ton Ford and Chevys I've had. If you put a little in the bed, the leaf springs are bending backwards. Body not tough. We were trying to get through a huge snow storm and the snow actually pushed the back fender (behind tire) away from bumper. When it thawed, I saw they had a wimpy piece of wire holding that down, whereas the Ford had a rod holding it down. They built the bed so tight, once the line-X liner was applied, it practically holds water. Not good for hauling anything because things get caught in small cracks and a pain to remove. Getting loads of mulch, the mulch fills in between tailgate and bed and has to be removed before you can shut tailgate. Ford would dump that when tailgate was shut (more clearance). Of course, I got the year that was recalled about 50 times for the stupid gas pedal sticking problem. They ended up filing the gas pedal down to a nub. Not a great solution. Also the seats are not big like a Ford. My legs get sore on long trips because the seats end up in the middle of my thighs. My wife likes the smaller seats better though, since she is shorter. If you want a decent looking truck for light work, it would probably work for you. Out in the country, I prefer a "tougher" truck. If I get 16mpg I feel it was a good tankful, but have to drive like an old lady to do that.

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

Pros: Nice looking, smooth ride.   Toyota's "extended cab" (which we bought) has four "real" doors.  The back doors are not suicide doors and can be opened if the fronts are shut (not like Ford and Chevy extended cabs in same year)

Cons: Wimpy truck.  Horrible mileage.  Not a real work truck.

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2010 Toyota Tundra Limited CrewMax 5.7LReview
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I Will Always Buy Toyota I Have Owned Ever Brand Truck Aviliable & This Is By Far The Best — Plenty of room, power and looks great my friends wish they could have one. Toyota did a great job with this truck now they just need a diesel and a 3/4 ton to take the market. Good on gas

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

Pros: Great truck, tons of power,  room and towing capacity

Cons: not so good on snow in the 2wd

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2010 Toyota Tundra Limited CrewMax FFV 5.7L 4WDReview
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Great — Great truck for the family. Gets us everywhere and allows us to haul anything we need. Enough power we never feel held back or bogged down. Hands down a great truck with a great look to it also! Power + Looks = a GREAT TRUCK!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Roomy, Plenty of power

Cons: Gas Mileage

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab 4.6L LBReview
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Beautiful Truck With Quiet Smooth Ride! — Really liked the interior with the two tone tan and charcoal trim. Leather is super soft and has custom engraving of special edition in the seats. Truck has been well cared for and would be a great for the everyday driver as well as as for commercial use!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very well handling truck with a stout motor.  This thing will pull a ton!  Interior has plenty of room and is very comfortable.  Fuel Economy is decent 20-21 on highway and 17 around town.  This truck is great for the daily commute or to pull you camper or boat!

Cons: Oil changes every 10,000 miles per toyota, and with rotation of tires and balancing your looking at $100 out the door unless you do it yourself.

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab FFV 5.7L 4WDReview
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Great Truck For Family Car Or Work — Great, looks. 4x4, bed cover. Handles like a car, performs lime a monster truck. Tows effortlessly, plenty of room for family road trips.Seats six but the person sitting in the middle front needs to be short. Would absolutely purchase this truck again.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Plenty of power, handles well.

Cons: Needs backup camera

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade 5.7L LBReview
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Good Truck — The front grille raising uo when you open hood. The gas milage is not that great but about the same as all the others. This truck is the strongest stock truck in this catagory that i drove in 2010. Great 1/2 ton truck. Have kepthe oil changed every 5000 mile and no problems.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: 10500 lb tow

Cons: 16 mile to gal

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab 4.6LReview
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I Love My Truck. For The Money This Was The Best Choice For Me. — The Grade version has a few omissions in some areas. This is not a WT truck but the things left off are kind of noticeable. I still would pick the Grade version to get the extra seat when needed. This truck has been a dream to own and drive. No issues. So different than the Ford's and Chevy's I had before. I would not recommend this to a hard-core 4-wheel drive enthusiast. The wheels do not have lock in/out but turn a switch and they work great for average needs. All Tundra's come with an oil cooler, tranny cooler, tranny temp gauge, all other gauges, and as of 2010 the headlights can be raised or lowered if the load in the bed changes the angle of the headlight beams. We have used this truck as our main vehicle. hauling 6-people at one time. Not as comfortable as a Crew-cab but then I get to keep the whole 6.5 feet of bed too. The rear doors of this 4-door extra-cab truck open in the normal direction. No opening the fronts to access the rear seats.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Hauls 6-people if needed with a 40-20-40 front bench seat. Huge back seats with head support, 10-air-bags including knee air bags, Grade Tundra has column shifter, (I don't care for floor shifters in a pickup truck) easy to access everything in the engine compartment, Rides pretty well for a spring-leaf truck, I have gotten 20-MPG several times, bluetooth/satellite/ radio works well for me. Very nice looking truck from every angle. No issues with anything in 19K miles.

Cons: For another thousand I could have had a 5.7L engine. The 4.6 is adequate but actually uses more gas when towing because of the weight to power ratio. 310 HP is not enough for the tow rating of over 9,000 pounds. My son's 5.7L Tundra gets better mileage when towing but mine gets better when empty. 4.6L shifts very fast and often to save MPG. Plastic interior trim is a bit cheap feeling. Seat pocket is only on back of the passengers seat. Why? The steering wheel only moves up and down, no telescopic version for the Grade.

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab 5.7L 4WDReview
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The Best 4x4 Pickup I Have Ever Driven! — This truck rocks!!Stock 5.7 liter kicks some serious you know what!! I tow my travel trailer, put my sleds on my sled deck and haul them into the mountains, no airbags needed, she's just a great all around truck, good offroad capabilities, I did some climbing with her,(watching too many youtube videos) and I was really impressed!! Got some real good tires for her that makes a big difference. Around 18 to 20 miles per gal, I like it!!The quality is so good on this truck, I have 45,000 kms and not one problem, no service calls I do my own oil and lube, Castrol Synthec.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It makes you think you are driving a race car on the hwy and pulls like a tractor when you have something heavy behind you!

Cons: That I didn't get one sooner!

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab 5.7L 4WDReview
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Scotts New Truck — Awesome truck with loads of room, tons of power and great looks. Just need to add a few accessories to give it a bit better look. Color of Slate Metallic is awesome. Mileage sucks but it's not a daily commuter.

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

Pros: Lots of height and power

Cons: Parkades are tough

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2010 Toyota Tundra Tundra-Grade Double Cab 4.6LReview
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Nice For The Price — 6 speed auto transmission is a bit flaky when up or down shifting 1st to 2nd or 2nd to 1st. Very jerky - will drive you crazy in stop and go traffic. Toyota says nothing is wrong. I'm about to take it to a transmission specialist.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Stylish and bossy, well designed and fit

Cons: transmission

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2021 Toyota Tundra Reviews

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2020 Toyota Tundra Reviews

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

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2019 Toyota Tundra Reviews

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

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

2018 Toyota Tundra Reviews

Review By GuruLYZQP

Nice and reliable safety dependable truck for work and play Read More

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

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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