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Owners' Reviews

2005 Toyota Tacoma Reviews and Owner Comments

 
2005 Toyota Tacoma
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2005 Toyota Tacoma Owner Reviews (8 reviews)
  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    Visitor, Finksburg, MD, February 28, 2014 18:02
    this truck is great. 9 years old with 210,000 miles and it is running good. I love the 4 wheel drive. I go around everybody else stuck on the road. the 4 cylinder gives me 23 miles per gal. My biggest problem has been trusting the dealer. they really tried get me when my AC did not work. i discovered they wanted $500 for a $24 part. took it to a auto repair place and found no freon in the system. Replaced a leaking part for $200. Going in for replacement of the lower steering shaft. Other than that I have had very little problem.
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    craiger4233, Houston, TX, September 23, 2012 09:30
     Enthusiast
    Bought this vehicle new. I am religious about maintenance. I have less than 50,000 miles on it and have had unusual amount of repairs. I have replaced the a/c blower motor twice. The second set of O.E.M. brake pads had only 10,000 miles on them when backing came unglued from the pads on both sides of the vehicle at the same time. The rotors warped and had to be replaced. The a/c evaporator developed a pin hole leak and had to be replaced. The fresh air/recirculated air door servo motor had to be replaced. There is over spray on the one of the front fenders. The a/c blower motor switch resistor has had to be replaced. Drivers door window came off of track. The glove box shock absorber retainer tab is broken and is not replaceable without going to the extremes. And the air intake for the engine and the a/c evaporator (which is inside the cabin on the firewall) suck an abnormal amount of dirt and leaves. But other than that I love it. Oh! And the price for replacing a set of keys for it is right at $700.00 which is ridiculous.
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    RJORDAN60, Houston, TX, January 01, 2011 10:29
     Enthusiast
    BOUGHT USED WITH 69,000 MILES .. GREAT TRUCK
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    Visitor, Worcester, MA, November 24, 2010 17:07
    Original owner,73,000 miles: Body and interier look great. Under carrige frame is good but gas tank plate is like swiss cheese.(poor metal)Brakes,Drive Train and electrical have been good.2.4L engine seems a little under powered on highway- small wrap noise upon start-up at times. Exaust-Emissions: Had to replace oxegyn sensor about 10,000 miles ago. Muffler is rotted out and also mid way gasket.Heat and AC have been fine. I have 1 leaf spring that broke with no exsess loads. Front end has been good. Over all not to bad....I expected better!
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    phx1251, Phoenix, AZ, September 12, 2010 20:01
     Rookie
    This has been the best vehicle I have ever owned. Completely reliable! Im creeping up on 100,000 miles and have had no problems!
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    weiserman74, Liverpool, NY, July 23, 2010 18:08
     Rookie
    Overall great truck. Blows other 4WD's out of the water in the snow. Excellent power and performance. Looks great and has plenty of room. However, I have had some problems with the power steering (had a corroded line and now a bad pump). Brakes seem like they were a bad rotor/pad combo out of the factory. Lastly, I feel the shocks are cheap and should be the first upgrade to the vehicle.
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    Visitor, Montgomery, LA, May 30, 2010 19:10
    great truck for the price
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  • 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    Visitor, Coraopolis, PA, April 13, 2010 17:01
    65000 no problems
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