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Article comments for Comparison Test: 2007 Half-Ton Pickup Trucks - For almost two weeks, we drove all three trucks in a variety of terrain including urban crush, freeways and gravel roads. We loaded and unloaded them, poked and prodded them, and even dyno-tested them. (more)
#218 of 259 Re: Article Comments 2007 Half-Ton Pickups Comparison [jksunkist1]
Jun 22, 2007 (8:57 pm)
In your heart you know Jedi jksunkist1 is correct.
Only when Silverado you buy, delighted you will be.
The force is strong with Silverados.
"May The Force Be With You".
#219 of 259 Re: Article Comments 2007 Half-Ton Pickups Comparison [captainmatty]
Jun 24, 2007 (6:28 am)
"May The Force Be With You."
Then you must be talking about the Tundra, as their engines are labeled as "I-Force."
#220 of 259 Re: Pretty Good [belias]
Jun 24, 2007 (9:01 am)
I agree. The Tundra sales will increase in the future, if for no other reason that the population of the planet and the U.S will increase, thus providing more potential customers. That said, will it cut substantially into the Big 3 sales in the foreseeable future? Not if the current Tundra sales figures are any indication.
"Obtuse" tests? You mean such as the commonly-encountered teeter-totter "test"? Or the equally common giant-slamming- door-at-the-edge-of-the-Grand-Canyon "test"? Of course, we all know that pickup drivers face those kinds of real-world tests every day! Heck, I drive up several giant teeter-totters and through several giant slamming doors every day, and that's just on my way to the drive-through dairy to get a quart of milk.
On the other hand, we have NHTSA crash test, that no one ever experiences, where the Tundra placed...hmmmm, let's see...
So, belias, I guess we all agree with you. The Tundra really IS better than its rivals in tests that really matter. Tundra ads use absolutely no "obtuse tests", as you say, and the Tundra passes with flying colors the real-world government-conducted tests such as front-end impact.
Once again we are forced to acknowledge belias' superior logic and intellect.
#221 of 259 Re: Article Comments 2007 Half-Ton Pickups Comparison [rsholland]
Jun 24, 2007 (10:11 am)
Tundra is built for and by a hidden cloned Dark Side Imperial Force of the dismantled Galactic Empire. It is now learned that this cloned Imperial Force(I-Force) has set up shop in areas of the Virgo Supercluster, one shop unfortunately began in Earth's Japan in 1934. George Walton Lucas Jr. is making a movie which shows the importance of not giving power to the I-Forces Toyota, most notably the Toyota Tundra I-Force Ground Vehicle.
The 75' - 83' Toyota Hilux ground vehicles appeared to have gone astray from I-Force for good cause.
#222 of 259 With Tundra's dismal
Jun 24, 2007 (11:20 am)
crash rating and the camshaft issue, it must take someone really special to go out and buy one today.
Fortunate for Toyota these individuals exist today....
#223 of 259 Re: With Tundra's dismal [obyone]
Jun 24, 2007 (1:16 pm)
"crash rating and the camshaft issue, it must take someone really special to go out and buy one today."
"Special", indeed. As in "Special Olympics".
#224 of 259 Re: With Tundra's dismal [1offroader]
by KCRam@Edmunds HOST
Jun 24, 2007 (5:23 pm)
kcram - Pickups Host
#226 of 259 Re: With Tundra's dismal [ggesq]
Jun 25, 2007 (9:24 am)
Ouch. I'll take my chances with the Tundra...
#227 of 259 Re: With Tundra's dismal [ggesq]
Jun 25, 2007 (11:04 am)
For some reason you seem to think that the ratings on the GM twins matter to me. They do not. There is no denying the four star rating that the Tundra received. On top of that the camshaft failure. Pretty dismal for a truck just introduced.