The V6 has adequate power for light-duty use, while the V8 can certainly handle everyday driving and basic towing and hauling jobs. However, when asked to pull heavier loads, the V8 tires more quickly than the larger engines in the Tundra's competitors. Smaller than other full-size trucks, the 2006 Toyota Tundra is more maneuverable in crowded areas. The standard suspension is softly tuned. It makes the Tundra more comfortable for commuting than most peers, but less suitable for serious hauling. - our dealership will never sell, share, or spam your mobile number. Standard text messaging rates may apply. The advertised Special Offer balance, after a twenty percent to thirty percent cash investment, excludes: registration, tax, pre-delivery inspection charges, and finance charges. Advertised Special Offer is subject to change based on qualification criteria and cannot be combined with any other offer. All advertised payments and Special Offers are contingent upon approval and may not apply for everyone. Guaranteed approval with forty percent down payment, see Dealer for complete details. Advertised vehicles and all information may be solely used for illustration purposes and/or as a general reference of our past physical inventory. *Not all advertised vehicles are currently available as they may have been sold. We can provide you a similar type vehicle within 72 hours. Not responsible for typographical errors.