2007 TOYOTA TUNDRA

$16,963
$2,157
above average
104,380 miles
37,010 Miles
below average

Vehicle Details

Fuel: GAS
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic
Exterior Color: Black
City: Baxter
State: MN
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Vehicle Description

CARFAX One-Owner. 4WD 6-Speed Cummins 6.7L I6 Turbodiesel Odometer is 49156 miles below market average! Reviews: * Monumental torque with diesel and automatic powertrain; high-quality cabin; Mega Cab's roomy rear seat; highly off-road-capable Power Wagon version; quiet,​ comfortable ride. Source: Edmunds * If you want a heavy-duty truck engineered to give you the power you need and deliver it in a gorgeous package,​ look no further than the Ram 2500. With its signature rounded curves and huge front grille,​ this truck is instantly recognizable and respected wherever it goes. The Ram 2500 is sold in 3 sizes: Regular Cab,​ Mega Cab and Crew Cab,​ and has a wide range of trims to choose from. The Regular Cab offers 3 options: the base level Tradesman,​ the Big Horn and the SLT. The Mega Cab has 4 trims,​ with the SLT being the lowest. Finally the Crew Cab offers a stunning seven trims to pick from with the Tradesman being the lowest. All Ram 2500 trucks come standard with an impressive 5.7L HEMI V8 Engine with 383 HP and 400 lb-ft of Torque,​ and an Automatic 6-speed transmission. It is also available in two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive versions on most models except the following Crew Cab Trims: Tradesman Power Wagon,​ Outdoorsman,​ Power Wagon,​ and Laramie Power Wagon where 4WD is the only option. The interior environment has a polished feel even on the base trims. The regular cab can seat 3 on a bench,​ and the 4-door versions can either seat 5 when there are two-bucket seats up front,​ or 6 people on 2 rows. The Mega and Crew cabs add a Uconnect communication system,​ media hub,​ and all models include the Vehicle Information Center. Ram has an impressive list of optional features that are available based on what model you want such as: a 6.4L HEMI V8 engine,​ a 6.7L V6 Turbo Diesel Engine,​ the RamBox Cargo Management System,​ a Navigation System,​ Auto-dimming Rear-view Mirror,​ Upgraded Sound Systems,​ and Premium Cloth or Leather Seating. For safety,​ all models come standard with Anti-lock brakes,​ Stability Control,​ and Six Airbags. Source: The Manufacturer Summary * Massive interior room; low step-in height; available fuel-efficient diesel engine. Source: Edmunds
3.73 Rear Axle Ratio,​17" x 7.5" Steel Styled Wheels,​Heavy Duty Vinyl 40/20/40 Split Bench Seat,​Radio: Uconnect 3.0 AM/FM,​Vendor Painted Cargo Box Tracking,​40/20/40 Split Bench Seat,​Rear Folding Seat,​Black Exterior Mirrors,​Hemi Badge,​Front Bumper Sight Shields,​Transmission Oil Cooler,​Exterior Mirrors w/Heating Element,​Electronically Controlled Throttle,​Next Generation Engine Controller,​Continental Radio Manufacturer,​Media Hub (USB,​ AUX),​Tip Start,​Locking Tailgate,​Brake assist,​Delay-off headlights,​Driver door bin,​Dual front impact airbags,​Dual front side impact airbags,​Front anti-roll bar,​Fully automatic headlights,​Heated door mirrors,​Low tire pressure warning,​Occupant sensing airbag,​Overhead airbag,​Passenger door bin,​Power door mirrors,​Power steering,​Power windows,​Radio data system,​Rear seat center armrest,​Rear step bumper,​Speed control,​Tilt steering wheel,​Traction control,​Variably intermittent wipers,​Rear cargo: tailgate,​AM/FM radio,​ABS brakes,​Voltmeter,​Tachometer,​Front Center Armrest,​Electronic Stability Control,​Air Conditioning,​4-Wheel Disc Brakes,​6 Speakers


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Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
4.3
based on 1606 Reviews

Bad ASS Truck.,Big ,Black ,and Damn Hard to Beat!!

5
Ronnie L. Cummins on 03/28/2016

Comfort Rating: 4 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 5 Safety Rating: 5 Technology Rating: 5 Value Rating: 5

They are making a very sound investment in purchasing a Toyota Tundra.

Like the Truck unhappy with Toyota & their platinum!

4.3
barby52 on 06/27/2015

Performance : 4 Comfort : 5 Fuel Economy : 4 Fun To Drive : 4 Interior Design : 5 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 4 Reliability : 3 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 4 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 3

The truck has been great, one our 3rd one, plus had a Rav 4. However, now that we need help Toyota & the dealer (Toyota of Vero Beach) threw us to the curb. Said we got contaminated fuel, so our platinum policy that cost us $2160, won't cover anything, even towing! We are up to $2000 and they are not done yet. They have had the truck for 4 days and now it's the weekend. What a joke! Drove the truck for a couple of days with no problem, then all of a sudden it just died! Hard to believe that after 200 miles of driving all of a sudden contaminated fuel kicks in. Quite sure they figure they found a sucker when 2 retired people showed up!!

Review from an actual owner at 25k miles

4
hdsale on 06/02/2013

Performance : 5 Comfort : 4 Fuel Economy : 4 Fun To Drive : 4 Interior Design : 3 Exterior Design : 4 Build Quality : 4 Reliability : 4 Comfort Rating: 4 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 3 Reliability Rating: 4

Ive owned a 2011 5.7 CrewMax TRD Off-Road Tundra for 2 years. Previous trucks were GM. All trucks have their issues, the Tundra less so than previous GM trucks - at least for me. 5.7 is a super strong engine that competition cant match. Feels and drives like a 3/4 ton truck, and tows like one too. High seating position reminds me of an F250 or 2500 GM. Driving the new F150 feels like driving a car after owning the Tundra. Mileage is 15.5 in mixed driving. Short bed on CrewMax means truck can fit in a 20 foot garage (but not by much). No alignment issues here - in fact, I wont let the dealer align the truck as it drives straight as an arrow.

Best vehicle I have owned

5
formergmcguy on 02/02/2013

Performance : 5 Comfort : 5 Fuel Economy : 5 Fun To Drive : 5 Interior Design : 5 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 5 Reliability : 5 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 5

I bought this truck new and at 13,000 miles, I have not had one single thing not function the way it is supposed. My previous 2 vehicles were GMCs and I had nothing but problems with them and GM doesn't stand behind their products. I get about 19 mpg in mixed driving. Winter mileage drops to around 15. This truck tows trailers with ease---don't even know they are there. Feels safer than the GMC Sierra. I'm very impressed with it's build quality. Very quiet. Handles extremely well for a large vehicle. The TRD package gives a stiff ride but is good when loaded or has a trailer in tow. Love the crewmax cab setup.

Bad tires

4.6
gobucks4 on 09/22/2012

Performance : 3 Comfort : 5 Fuel Economy : 4 Fun To Drive : 5 Interior Design : 5 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 5 Reliability : 5 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 3 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 5

Bought in November 2010, heater did not work, 6 days to repair. January 2011, 2 months old, back bumper was covered with rust, replaced. Tires are flat spotting in 24 hours, Toyota considers this a normal condition as designed. The truck shimmies severely for the first five miles. No Toyota exec would drive this truck on ice with this shimmy.

'11 DC Rock Warrior

4.5
mason467 on 07/15/2012

Performance : 5 Comfort : 4 Fuel Economy : 5 Fun To Drive : 5 Interior Design : 4 Exterior Design : 4 Build Quality : 4 Reliability : 5 Comfort Rating: 4 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 4 Reliability Rating: 5

Bought brand new about a year ago to replace '05 GMC 1500 which we use to tow our 30 foot camper. The GMC was a little on the light side...great truck but we needed more. Test drove '11 crew cab f150 xlt first. Nice truck, but both my wife and I agreed that this was just not the truck for us. Next, we drove an '11 Tundra with Rock Warrior package. Unlike the F150 this truck comes with load range "E" tires, perfect for towing. Also, the suspension is nice and firm. Power is exceptional while towing our camper. Stability is also excellent. The transmission always seems to be in the right gear, and it gets anywhere from 8.5-11 MPG pulling out 7500 lbs brick of a camper.

Greatest Bang for Buck

4.9
lobstah on 07/08/2012

Performance : 5 Comfort : 5 Fuel Economy : 5 Fun To Drive : 5 Interior Design : 4 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 5 Reliability : 5 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 4 Reliability Rating: 5

This truck has the greatest bang for buck. Foremost, the dbl cab will carry 3 adults and has a 6 1/2 ft bed. This is extra for ford and not avail. for GM. Second, the drive train is incredible (5.7, 4x4, TRD), acceleration is smooth and power is always there. My gas mpg is improving, about 16.7, 80% highway. Quiet and smooth ride for a truck. Bluetooth hands free for cell phone was easy to setup. Headlights work great! Previous trucks I've owned had weak headlights compared to the Tundra's. Interior looks are good, but compared to recently remodeled trucks, they are appear basic. However, the Tundra's capabilities will still go tow to tow with today's ford, dodge and gm trucks!

tundra- to many problems

3.6
junktruck97 on 01/09/2012

Performance : 5 Comfort : 3 Fuel Economy : 5 Fun To Drive : 1 Interior Design : 5 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 4 Reliability : 1 Comfort Rating: 3 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 1

2011 tundra crew 5.7,nice truck too bad i had had too many alignments to make this truck go straight it, pulls to the right when applying the brakes,toyota corp and thier field rep, and sun toyota says its the michelin tires on the bbs wheels causeing the problem,its a factory item on the xsp package and i have to live with it,had vibration problem from the start,replaced driveshaft,idle is sticking when you start it to 1800,i have 5500 miles and i regret not buying that dodge,plus i have the leather interior and when i turn i slide around in the seat,trans is slipping

7th toyota

4.9
taogden on 01/04/2012

Performance : 5 Comfort : 5 Fuel Economy : 5 Fun To Drive : 5 Interior Design : 5 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 4 Reliability : 5 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 5

While a full sized truck, the front from inside looks somewhat similar to sitting in my Tacoma. The 5.7 engine has more pep than I have had to deal with in a long time, the throttle is very sensitive, brakes are great. comparing to other trucks, the disks are larger as are the pads. Not sure about the channel frame, makes the truck feel to flexy. All my other trucks have been Tacoma but could not pack kids, and grand kids into it every one fits fine in the Tundra.

Toyota Tundra TRD Rock Warrior!

5
mowerman2011 on 12/01/2011

Performance : 5 Comfort : 5 Fuel Economy : 5 Fun To Drive : 5 Interior Design : 5 Exterior Design : 5 Build Quality : 5 Reliability : 5 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: 5

I am a proud owner of a beastly 5.7 rock warrior trd tundra. Currenly own a lawn service business and it work like a hoss that it is. I love the 4X4 on a switch on the go. I went from a ford v6 4.2 litter and that got really bad gas mileage versus this monster of a truck. If your looking at the ford raptor and comparing to this well its a no brainer... buy the tundra! The tundra is more affordable and it will out last the ford raptor. Hope this helps.