3-point ALR/ELR seatbelts for all outboard seat positions
2-point front center lap belt
2-point front/rear center lap belts
Front seatbelt pretensioners/force limiters
Side door impact beams
3.4L DOHC EFI 24-valve V6 engine
4.7L DOHC EFI 32-valve V8 i-Force engine
Engine oil cooler
5-speed manual transmission w/OD
4-speed automatic transmission w/OD
Rear wheel drive
Four wheel drive
4WDemand transfer case system
"Touch-Select" shift-on-the-fly electrically-controlled transfer case
Stepside pickup bed
Independent double wishbone front suspension w/coil springs
Leaf spring rear suspension
Front stabilizer bar
(5) P245/70R16 all-season SBR tires
(5) P265/70R16 all-season SBR tires
(5) P245/70R16 mud & snow SBR tires
(5) P265/70R16 mud & snow SBR tires
16" x 7" styled steel wheels
Pwr-assisted rack & pinion steering
Pwr-assisted front ventilated disc/rear drum brakes
4-wheel anti-lock brakes
26.4 gallon fuel tank w/gas cap holder
2003 Toyota Tundra Owner Reviews
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2003 Tundra: Still a hard working great ride after a quarter million miles.
I love my 2003 Toyota Tundra. I did months of research to determine the most reliable used light truck and a couple more months to find one. It does not disappoint. Half ton capacity with a 7000 lb towing capacity. It hauls hay and pulls a small travel with ease.
I love my truck. It is tough, reliable, comfortable to drive and not so big that parking and handling in tight space a is any kind of issue. Mileage is not too bad, about 14-15 mog in the city.
I adore my truck. I love it. If given the chance to do it all over, I would buy it again.
Overall its a dependable truck that has plenty of TLC into it.
Runs like its brand new. However, the spare tire under the bed can't seem to release. Most likely rusted. It has 4.3 liter V8 engine, needless to say it can guzzle gas with a lot of power. Along with a fuel injector instead of a radiator. The seats are comfortable enough, no leather seats mind you. It is a dependable vehicle to get you where you need to go.
Tundra is the way to go, for all occasions.
The Toyota tundra that I drive is very reliable and it's comforting when your driving. The seats are amazing and soft so you feel like your sitting on clouds. The performance of the truck is outstanding, you can go 0 to 100 real quick. I really suggest you buy this truck if you want a truck that is going to last.