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Which of these two are better and which is a better buy? The Tundra is a 2000, 2wd, regular cab, V6 model. It has auto, air, tilt, cruise, fm-am-cassette and it in EC- it has 99K. The 4-Runner is a 1998, 4wd, SR-5. It is loaded with all options and in EC- it has 145K. Which of these are more reliable? Which seems like the better deal? According to KBB- they are about the same.

I am also considering a 1997 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe @ the same price. Thanks.
 

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Id go for the American trucks if you will be doing hefty towing. The toyotas are known to last a long tims. Its up to you on which u want
 
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Depends on what you need it for. They're both going to be pretty easy to resell. They both have the same engines.
 

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IMO, pass on the Suburban and Tahoe. My neibor has owned a few of those and I think they are a gas guzzling POS.
As for the Tundra vs 4Runner, it depends. Whats more important to you: cargo room or passenger room?
Cargo room: Tundra
Passenger room: 4Runner
Ive owned a couple of 4Runners ('85, '91) and they are SWEET! :thumbsup: After driving Explorers and Grand Cherokees (never owned either but my parents have) I can see why used 4Runners are so hard to find and hold their value so well.
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