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RE: Toyota Sequoia vs Chevy Surburban

If towing is the main concern w/out a doubt the diesel. If pulling a lite weight I would go Toyota all the way. I have driven Tundras and started on a T-100. Never a break down, never stranded, cheap to keep. Any workoil changes & usual maintenance and parts have always been reasonable priced and readily available. My 06 Tundra honestly looks like it just came off the show room floor to where other makes and models have rusted away or have become not worth fixing. The engines and transmissions have a industry standard of 300,000 miles plus expectancy. There are at least two known Tundras that have topped the one million mile mark on original engine and trans. True the Toyota isn't a updated model by any means "but if it ain't broke, don't fix it" I'll go with proven function over new technology any day.....but I'm old with old fashioned ideas LOL!!!:W For a heavy tow queen or full time use...go Chevy, for light weight trailers and limited towing go Toyota and you'll have a vehicle for every day use for many years and hundreds of thousands of miles. Just my opinion....flame away! LOL!!!
rickguns 03/22/21 09:17am Tow Vehicles
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