I'm shopping for a midsize pickup. the lemon book says the Toyota tundras and tacos are garbage 1 star rating, now today I stop by a book store and I pick up the latest Consumers auto report and they say the trucks are great ? lol
I go to the Toyota tundra and taco forums and read what those owners have to say about their trucks..just afraid of the homer factor as in not admitting to some of the problems.
msnauto.com says they're good and edmunds.com wonder why the lemon book rips them apart.. maybe Toyota tried to sue him or something,, or trying to keep the $$$ in the states instead of going back to Japan?
I'm thinking 2005's Tundra or taco, (if I can find a half descent deal,), I'd rather have the first owner deal with the wrinkles. When vehicles hit around the 7 year mark then you'll know if they're a reliable truck. I'll never buy new, I don't want to be the first person to find out if a truck is junk, I'll let the other sucker pay the full price, + all the BS taxes.
with the frontiers I've read you have to keep changing the timing belts in them every 100,000 miles or in Canadian 168,000 km.. those are the 2005's and older I think the 2006's and up have timing chains.
I've read Nissan titans are complete garbage, stay away from those.