Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by 1234halo1234, Jan 7, 2019.
Well yeah, I'm talking within reason, normal pump gas, not race gas.
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That’s what I meant it was to late to be trying to think
Even better! @texasred loves cheap gas!
Our dealerships around were i live advertise if you have it for a short time like a week, and aren't happy u can exchange it for something else . maybe you can return it and get a tundra ?
Just purchased a 2017 Tacoma with the 3.5l V-6. It does have a different feel than other V-6 and V-8 engines. However, once you "floor it" this little truck really moves out.
Kinda reminds me of my 2002 Tundra i-force 4.7l V-8.
Had an 03 tundra for 13 years best truck ever and loved the torque . It would be awesome to have a 4.7 in my new taco .that would be the balls !
My 02 Tundra was a beast!! That 4.7l i-force really made that truck move!!
However, I'm really enjoying the ride and features of my Tacoma. Only time will tell if my new Tacoma performs like the Tundra over "long term" ownership.
I hear that ! And my tundra sounded cool with a 3 chamber flowmaster and 3 in tailpipe
Lol!!! My teenage son wanted to sawzall my exhaust when I owned my Tundra
That will go away after a couple of update. I was going crazy when I first got mine, now I love it, noise is gone.
Funny I just made this reference yesterday.
But still wouldn’t prefer a Prius over my truck, welcome to the forum!
I just bought my 19 taco and it is the TRD off-road and I haven't noticed anything like that yet but thank for the heads up and I'm sorry that your having trouble.
I'm still waiting for problems on my 2017 OR. Everyone is making me paranoid lol. I've got 3 recall letters in the mail, all minor junk. I've had 0 problems with any of their recalls. No ticking, no axle wrap, no excessive shifting. Pretty all around smooth truck to me. It must be a hit or miss problem with taco owners.
I’m with ya brotha. No real problems. No recalls.
I think it’s clean living and that God hates them.
(Kidding. Please no flames)
Lol, now that's funny.
Some of the issues are variants on geography. Excessive shifting and gear hunting has been a problem for folks that live in the mountains and hilly regions. Those that drive on flat roads all the time won’t notice it. Take it into the hills and over mountains and you’ll notice it more. Axshole wrap happens more with lots of stop and go traffic. Complete stops pause and then a bump. Again if your in the country on flat ground with no stop lights you’re probably not going to notice it. The ticking is just a Toyota engine thing I’ve always driven toyota trucks and don’t notice that.
I quit making change in the collection plate on Sundays and everything is good! LOL
That's funny B-Man ! Nuthing to bitch about here ,turned 28000 beautiful miles on my taco the other day knockin' wood .
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