2022 Toyota Tundra Leaked!

gymratter

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hands down for the money I would stick with FORD
i said the same thing when my Sequoia was totaled. it had 140k on it, but still drove like a dream. replaced it with a F150. everything was ok until it hit 90k. tranny acted funny and went out a few months later. never buying a Ford again.

anyways, back on topic.

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So far it looks better than the current model. Also I'm reading there is no more V8. :(
 

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man, this thing is massive...
it does look mean though...a lot better than the previous models.
ive owned 4 tacomas, currently have 2.
they are the perfect size for us. it can haul our stuff just fine.
 
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