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Leonard

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I currently have a 2003 Tundra Limited I bought new in 03. Looking forward to driving a 2022 hybrid.
 

Dragoon

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I currently have a 2003 Tundra Limited I bought new in 03. Looking forward to driving a 2022 hybrid.
Sounds like you are due for an upgrade! How many miles have you put on your 03?
 
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Leonard

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Jacksonville, Ar
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2003 Toyota Tundra, 2019 Avalon hybrid, 2002 Honda Goldwing
Military
USAF Reserve, retired
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A little over 84,000.
 

Hunter050

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Can’t wait to get back in a Tundra, got out of my 11’ in 2019 and bought an eco boost. That was a mistake and traded it in on a 6.7 Superduty and an even more expensive mistake. Should’ve never left Tundra but they were soooo dated. Glad they’ve made a few updates.
 

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Can’t wait to get back in a Tundra, got out of my 11’ in 2019 and bought an eco boost. That was a mistake and traded it in on a 6.7 Superduty and an even more expensive mistake. Should’ve never left Tundra but they were soooo dated. Glad they’ve made a few updates.
Diesel trucks are definitely expensive to maintain! It really depends on how often you tow and how much weight you're towing to justify the expense. It sounds like Toyota has bumped up the towing and payload capability on the Tundra so that your average person doesn't have to go with a heavy-duty diesel.
 
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