Please vacate the property immediately, and find yourself a better truck, if you can.
Did he specify U.S. gallons?The Canadian rating for the 2007 tundra dc 4x4 is 24mpg(imperial gallon).My first 600mile trip resulted in 21 mpg(imperial gallon).I was driving 70 to 75mph,the vehicle is not broken in and the box cover is not yet installed.Once the truck is broken in and the boxcover installed,I could probably make 24mpg if I kept the speed down a bit and was very gentle on acceleration.The biggest "lie starter" is easily Cooper S and his 24.2 MPG 2007 5.7 Tundra 4x4
Grow up and get a life while your at it. This has to be like the 5th or 6th thread where you have mentioned this. Whats next....you going to follow me around and calculate my mileage for me?
Do you deny that you "claim" to get 24.2 with your Tundra? I can easily find your claim and repost it.Grow up and get a life while your at it. This has to be like the 5th or 6th thread where you have mentioned this. Whats next....you going to follow me around and calculate my mileage for me?
Yotoya, It has been posted many times that 16+ highway is what folks are getting and since he didn't claim 32+ then that is not half. You have made it a point to call anyone claiming over 14 a liar. No need to keep up this attack on Cooper to take the heat off of your claims. Give it a rest!Please explain your driving habits to all of us because it seems most of us get roughly half what yours "gets". :ts:
We could send everyone with an attitude to band camp...rosskoss said:Moderators, please use the magic ban wand.
But as he points out the 07 Tundra forum provides no end of amusement to the 1st-gen forums :devil:.cliff clavin said:don't ban, pass the popcorn and bons bons.....