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About Used Toyota Tundra Trucks in Utah

The Toyota Tundra is officially classified as a full size pickup, but it is smaller than others in the class, such as the Nissan Titan, Ford F-150, Dodge Ram, Chevrolet Silverado, and GMC Sierra models. This reduced size for a used truck does have its advantages, such as more agility and better refinement. This is a quick and responsive truck, and durability and reliability are well known Toyota traits. The Tundra is also smooth and quiet for a truck. The Tundra has a fuel economy range of 19 mpg on the highway and 16 mpg in the city. It has a base towing capacity of 5,000 lbs. and on some models go up to 7,100 lbs.

This used truck was produced in a few different sizes, including a the four-door crew cab model, called the Double Cab. The truck has a six-foot bed and comes closer to being a full sized pickup then the other versions. The Double Cab is three inches taller, four inches wider, and is built on a longer chassis than the other Tundra pickups. A used truck buyer can also find the Tundra in regular cab, extended cab, and crew cab bodies. A V6 and a V8 engine were both options when the truck was made. Other options that may be found when looking for a used Tundra are a two-door Regular Cab, an extended Access Cab with auxiliary rear doors, and the Double Cab. Two- and four-wheel-drive versions also exist. The three trim levels were called the base, SR5, and Limited. The exterior design of this truck is attractive, it has a bold grille opening that extends down into the bumper. There are heavy-looking chrome grille bars the slightly remind one of the 1947 GMC design, a collectors model. However, when you compare the Tundra to its competitors it has a rather bland look. The truck has a combination of a sporty and off road appearance.

The regular cab beds measure 8 feet, but with the Access Cab version, it is 6-feet, 3-inches. This used truck bed is shallower than Ford's beds. The Double Cab's bed is the deepest of all Tundra's (3.5 inches deeper to be exact). The Double Cab also offers an inch more front headroom than the other models and slightly more hip room, but otherwise offers similar roominess to Regular Cab and Access Cab models.

The interior of the 2004 Toyota Tundra is fairly straightforward and the console is easy to use. A center console with four cup holders, dual map pockets and covered storage is available on all models; this console is also used on the Toyota Sequoia SUV. The truck offers basic safety features: seatbelt pre-tensioners and force limiters, and dual front airbags. The passenger-side airbag can be switched off when babies or children occupy the front passenger seat. The ride is very impressive, high quality, and smooth. It feels more like a sedan than a truck. It is extremely quiet, with very little wind or road noise in the cabin. The Toyota Tundra used truck may lack in size, but it is durable, reliable, smooth, and truly an enjoyable truck to drive.