2010 TOYOTA TUNDRA
4 doors, excellent condition. Everyday vehicle, home improvement items in the bed. Gas mileage about 14 with city driving. Excellent truck
2001 TOYOTA TUNDRA
The truck is what I was looking for but I paid more than it is worth. It seems that this type of truck trades for a premium. It sold $2,000 more than Kelly Blue Book
2005 TOYOTA TUNDRA
As a homeowner, a truck is almost a necessity to haul items to and from my home. This truck has made life easier to haul items and have 4 other passengers seated comfortably in the cab. My advice when purchasing any vehicle is to do investigative work. Check the ownership history, any damages, and mileage which carfax provides but most importantly physically look over the vehicle twice over.
Used Toyota Tundra Information
The Toyota Tundra entered the market in the 2000 model year as the first full-sized truck to be offered on the U.S. market by a Japanese manufacturer. It won North American Truck of the Year when first introduced and has been named Motor Trend Magazine's Truck of the Year in both 2000 and 2008. The Tundra enjoys a reputation for rugged durability and reliability.
The first-generation Tundra was to be named the T150, but a lawsuit by Ford over trademark infringement ensured that Toyota would not use the name. Considered small by American pickup truck standards, the Tundra nevertheless sold well, outstripping the former Toyota T100 it replaced by two to one in sales. Up to that point, the 2000 Toyota Tundra had the largest initial vehicle sales of any Toyota in history.
Used Toyota Tundras for sale from 2007 mark the second generation model, boasting many changes that appeal to truck buyers. The truck was upgraded in size to be more on par with its contemporaries from Detroit, body styling was updated to match the best-selling Tacoma midsize pickup truck, and towing and payload capacities increased. A new 5.7-liter V8 was introduced and immediately became the engine option of choice for many buyers. The former 4.7-liter V8 was kept as was the 4.0-liter V6 option.
Toyota also added several configuration options to the Tundra in order to attract both commercial buyers and consumers. Three bed lengths, three cab configurations, and two transmissions were offered. Now more competitive against the Ram, Ford, and General Motors offerings, the Toyota Tundra began to see sales increase until they reached production capacity.
In 2014, a new Toyota Tundra was introduced as the third-generation of the truck. Changes were mainly cosmetic with some interior updates and the dropping of a few unpopular configuration options.
On the used market, the Toyota Tundra is a popular pickup truck which, especially in its V8 engine options, retains value well.
There are 17,080 used Toyota Tundras in our used car listings, including the Toyota Camry, Toyota Corolla and Toyota RAV4. 52% of these vehicles have only one previous owner and 87% have no accident history.