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#486 of 490 try something new
Nov 25, 2006 (8:31 pm)
My message was for a previous statement on transmissions in the tundras. My last chevy went 215000 before sold it and it was going strong so why would i lower my standards and even consider a wanna be truck. Not to be rude but why not support an american company when they are just as good if not better. You can tow, pull, haul more for a lower price, why not.
#487 of 490 Re: try something new [bjs1997]
Nov 26, 2006 (4:06 am)
My Tundra was made in Indiana, last time I checked out a USA map it was there......imagine that.
#488 of 490 Re: try something new [center823]
Nov 26, 2006 (7:19 am)
Do you know if toyota donated anything to the 911 relief. Whats that Zero dollars..... Do you know what GM donated 10 million plus 100 trucks to help out. How about all the money toyota makes off the U. S., does it stay in the states or uh go back to japan? The point is that American trucks are just as good why not support.
#489 of 490 Re: try something new [bjs1997]
Nov 26, 2006 (3:18 pm)
The point is that American trucks are just as good why not support.
I don't think everyone buys a Toyota just because of reliability. I don't keep my 1/2 ton for very long just to have a new one, so reliability isn't a biggie for me. I've had about one of every brand and so far like my Tundra the best. The big reason I really checked out the Tundra was because the bed was over 6' on the crew-cab. The only other 1/2 ton that has such was the F-150 and the Tundra was better in many other areas. FWIW, I've got 15k miles on the Tundra and have had zero trips back for any issues. The '03 Chevy it replaced had four warranty trips in the same period. But I probably would have bought another Chevy if they offered what I needed. There was a lot I liked about the Chevys but I don't know that I would say they're just as good. Maybe the '07 Chevys, they seem a lot better.
#490 of 490 May I have your...
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Nov 26, 2006 (9:21 pm)
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