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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: Mike Keenan] #13384740 12/28/19 02:40 AM
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If Toyota would make a bigger pickup that I could use, I might just buy one just to see what all the hype is about. banana

Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: Mike Keenan] #13406900 01/17/20 12:29 AM
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Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: chickenman] #13406942 01/17/20 01:10 AM
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My truck gets 9.7 MPG highway not towing. Any other truck would be an improvement jack


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: John175☮] #13406966 01/17/20 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by John175☮
Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.

Welcome to the fraternity.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: John175☮] #13406968 01/17/20 01:32 AM
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Originally Posted by John175☮
Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.


I got the TRD Pro. See ya at the pumps! Congrats.

You’ll love it.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: John175☮] #13406983 01/17/20 01:51 AM
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Originally Posted by John175☮
Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.


When you can afford to do it I would swap the factory air intake with a K&N or similar. Also get a high performance chip. Big difference and you will see better mileage. Part of the mileage issue is how people drive. I get 18 mpg in my '06 TRD 4X4 consistenly if I drive conservatively. That drops significantly if I drive 80 on the highway and punch the strip off the line at a red light.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: John175☮] #13407013 01/17/20 02:23 AM
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Originally Posted by John175☮
Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.

Man, I wish I was rich.
Let's see some pics

Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: Mike Keenan] #13407097 01/17/20 03:34 AM
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Congrats John. I considered one pretty heavily before my last purchase. They do make a really nice pickup, and made in Texas.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: TCK73] #13407104 01/17/20 03:39 AM
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Originally Posted by TCK73
If Toyota would make a bigger pickup that I could use, I might just buy one just to see what all the hype is about. banana

Well part of the hype is when you go to sell it and realize it’s resale value.

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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: gander] #13407138 01/17/20 04:09 AM
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Used Tundras hold value well, and crew max 4x4 especially holds value well.

The truck was probably $40k+ new even if it's just an upgraded SR5, so $30k for 2.5 yeas old and 18k miles is very reasonable.

They last a long time. Should be a good truck as long as you don't mind changing cartridge oil filters and bad gas mileage. Small price to pay for that type of reliability IMHO, but the low gas mileage could be a factor if they're dumping a ton of miles on it with no towing.
You never miss an opportunity to post on tundra low mpg..why cant you realize SOME people don't buy vehicles because they just get a high mpg ?
thumb When I bought my 4runner the last thing I gave 2 s%^&s about was gas mileage.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: sdavis24] #13407215 01/17/20 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted by sdavis24
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Used Tundras hold value well, and crew max 4x4 especially holds value well.

The truck was probably $40k+ new even if it's just an upgraded SR5, so $30k for 2.5 yeas old and 18k miles is very reasonable.

They last a long time. Should be a good truck as long as you don't mind changing cartridge oil filters and bad gas mileage. Small price to pay for that type of reliability IMHO, but the low gas mileage could be a factor if they're dumping a ton of miles on it with no towing.
You never miss an opportunity to post on tundra low mpg..why cant you realize SOME people don't buy vehicles because they just get a high mpg ?
thumb When I bought my 4runner the last thing I gave 2 s%^&s about was gas mileage.

Well that's good, because it's terrible.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: H2O Seeker] #13407221 01/17/20 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted by H2O Seeker
Originally Posted by John175☮
Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.


When you can afford to do it I would swap the factory air intake with a K&N or similar. Also get a high performance chip. Big difference and you will see better mileage. Part of the mileage issue is how people drive. I get 18 mpg in my '06 TRD 4X4 consistenly if I drive conservatively. That drops significantly if I drive 80 on the highway and punch the strip off the line at a red light.

All the K&N will do on a 3rd gen Tundra is increase engine noise and lighten your wallet.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: cocodrie] #13407306 01/17/20 01:42 PM
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Used Tundras hold value well, and crew max 4x4 especially holds value well.

The truck was probably $40k+ new even if it's just an upgraded SR5, so $30k for 2.5 yeas old and 18k miles is very reasonable.

They last a long time. Should be a good truck as long as you don't mind changing cartridge oil filters and bad gas mileage. Small price to pay for that type of reliability IMHO, but the low gas mileage could be a factor if they're dumping a ton of miles on it with no towing.
You never miss an opportunity to post on tundra low mpg..why cant you realize SOME people don't buy vehicles because they just get a high mpg ?
thumb When I bought my 4runner the last thing I gave 2 s%^&s about was gas mileage.
Well that's good, because it's terrible.

I was gonna say - sounds like the right vehicle for him!

I do like the 4Runners also. My wife has a Highlander that is just a few miles short of 150k and it's been flawless.


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Re: 2017 Tundra [Re: Beer Money] #13407528 01/17/20 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Beer Money
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Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.

Man, I wish I was rich.
Let's see some pics


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Originally Posted by John175☮
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Originally Posted by John175☮
Just brought home a 2019 SR5 TRD Sport.

I'm now in the Toyota Tundra family. My carbon footprint is now Celebrity status.

Man, I wish I was rich.
Let's see some pics


Traded in my 2015 Titan...need to get a BAK Vortrak Truck Bed Cover and it's all set.

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