Japanese pickup Toyota Tundra ran 1,609,344 kmMay 2, 2019
That’s what true Japanese quality means – a full-size pickup Toyota Tundra was able to pass quite a lot of 1 609 344 km. It is reported that in the car, which was able to drive so much, there are still a lot of original mechanical components, including the engine.
Specifically, this Toyota Tundra SR5 of 2007 is a bit shabby, but it’s all nothing for such a car, because on its odometer there is a figure of 1 609 344 km. Undoubtedly, any vehicle can be maintained in working condition with proper maintenance for quite some time, but this brave Toyota still has all sorts of original parts, including the 4.7-liter V8 under the hood.
Well, regardless of whether you are a fan of the Japanese brand Toyota or not, this result is really impressive.
On the Pickup Truck Plus SUV Talk YouTube channel, a video has been published that discusses this pickup in detail. Louisiana (USA) resident Aaron Morvant is the owner of this truck, and he leisurely travels on America’s highway, visiting various sights. He is engaged in the logistics business. In short, he is “on wheels” 24/7. He can pick up and deliver a variety of cargo almost anywhere in the country at any time, and we really mean at any time. In fact, during the recording of this video, he received such a call and had to leave as soon as possible.
Morvant recorded the time (which is shown in the video) when the figure of 1 609 344 km appeared on the odometer of his pickup. It is reported that the native for the V8 car has not undergone any major repairs or restructuring. But the PPC had to change. With all this, he admitted that he sometimes exceeded the nameplate capacity and towing capacity of a pickup truck.
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