With good reason, the Toyota Tundra has long been a top choice among pickup truck buyers.
The Toyota Tundra is renowned for being dependable, has a sizable towing capacity,
pretty much whatever you choose. But how long can you truly expect the Toyota Tundra to last?
The Toyota Tundra is a great option if you're looking for a dependable vehicle.
It is after all among the most dependable pickup trucks available.
In fact, most Tundra model years have received a four or five out of five dependability rating from Consumer Reports.
Only the 2007 and 2002 Toyota Tundra models, both of which received a three out of five dependability rating
J.D. Power has given The Tundra some similarly excellent ratings. J.D. Power gave the 2021 Toyota Tundra a "Great" quality
Power gave earlier model years comparably excellent dependability ratings
That shouldn't surprise you too much, though. After all, the Toyota Tundra is a rather dependable pickup.
Despite having a reputation for being a dependable truck, the Toyota Tundra does have certain issues.
Consumer Reports claims that the truck's paint and trim had had problems in earlier model years.
Consumer Reports also lists minor engine faults, concerns with the truck's temperature control system
But what is the Tundra's worst issue? According to CarComplaints.com, the truck's engine is the cause of this.