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Toyota Tundra, Truck
Jun 25, 2002 (8:52 pm)
Not much of a fuel penalty between the two and resale value would be much better than a V6. I've got the V8 and couldn't be happier.
#30 of 78 New Tacoma owner wanna-be
Jun 27, 2002 (5:24 am)
thinking of purchasing a 2002 Tacoma 2WD 4-cyl reg. cab in a couple of months.
a few questions to clear up beforehand:
1. Are Toyota pickup trucks 100% japanese design and 100% japanese motors?
2. Where are Tacoma's assembled?
3. I heard a rumour that Toyota's have japanese engines but GM bodies.... is that true?
4. How does the 02 Tacoma compare with the 02 Nissan Frontier?
Jun 30, 2002 (7:57 am)
1. Design yes, motors mostly (some parts of the engine bay have Delco units)
2. Freemont California
4. More HP, More Room, More Towing Capacity
Jun 30, 2002 (10:03 pm)
the tacoma has better resale value than the frontier. But the frontier has a deeper bed than the tacoma (I'm pretty sure).
#33 of 78 New to the room
Jul 20, 2002 (11:37 pm)
Hello I'm new to the room. I just bought me a new Tacoma I like it very well.
Jul 21, 2002 (7:06 pm)
I would like to here about everybodys Tacoma that they bought.
Aug 16, 2002 (4:31 pm)
My name is Shawn. I drive a 2000 Tacoma, 4X4, extended cab, 4 cyl, 5-speed, sr5 package. Currently have 26000 miles on it and love the truck. I've put on bug deflector, vent visors, tail light covers, tonneau cover, and nerf bars. My only dislike is the location of the clock. Check out my web site for pics of it: www.geocities.com/rat000
Dec 01, 2002 (4:09 pm)
I have a 2003 Tacoma. It is a 4x4 extended cab, silver, with V6, auto, TRD, sunroof, cruise, SR5 Color Key Pkg., hitch, and bucket seats. I expect I will have this truck for a long time.
#37 of 78 What should I offer ???PLEASE Help. THNKS
Apr 06, 2003 (10:09 pm)
Tundra,4X2, 4dr, V6 automatic...
MSRP 22015...option package 2979 ..Total
$25,504...Invoice with option total $22,703...True market value on Edmunds is $23,435. Right now with 2000 rebate...should I minus $2000 of $25,504 or minus $23,435???
PLEASE give me some advice. Very appreciate it.
How much should I offer ?
#38 of 78 V8 vs V6, TRD vs non-TRD
Apr 21, 2003 (1:40 pm)
Get the V8--much more power and torque for close to same gas mileage. The V8 is a great engine--I've driven Landcruisers in Africa with the same engine, 200,000+ miles and handn't seen a dealer since they were bought, still running strong.
Get the TRD. I drove 4x4 and 4x2 with and without TRD, couldn't tell much difference. The difference will pay off big time if you are on a rough road or really 4x4ing.
I plan to keep my truck for 20+ years. However, if you might sell it within 5-10 years, more options = better resale, especially private resale.