2011 Toyota Tundra Edmonton Road Test | Gateway Toyota Alberta

http://www.gatewaytoyota.ca -- Ride along with Edmonton Toyota Dealer, Neal Gratton, as he road tests and reviews the new Toyota Tundra. Neal is the Dealer Principal at Gateway Toyota Scion. In the video he demonstrates many of the features that have made this truck such a fierce competitor for the Ford F150, Dodge Ram, GMC SIerra, and Chevy Silverado. For anyone considering a Toyota Tundra, this seven minute video is a must see. Gateway Toyota Scion is located at 2020 103A Street SW Edmonton, Alberta. Call, click, or drop in today. 780-439-3939 or 1 (877) 690-0596

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http://www.sullivantoyotaofwichitafalls.com. The Sales Professionals at Sullivan Toyota of Wichita Falls walk you around an amazing, award-winning 2012 Tundra CrewMax. J.D. Powers & Associates calls this truck the "Most Dependable Large Pickup" for seven years in a row. For more information, please call 888.739.6985. Sullivan Toyota of Wichita Falls 2213 Old Jacksboro Hwy. Wichita Falls, TX 76301 940.322.7283





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