A white 2007 Toyota Tundra became the world’s second example to pass the magic million-mile mark on its odometer.
The truck in question was even serviced at the same dealership -Greg Leblanc Toyota in Houma, Louisiana, in case you were wondering- with the first one, which was replaced for free by Toyota back in 2016 with a new Tundra.
Morvant’s Tundra looks to be in great condition, considering how many miles it has on the clock; the bodywork has some dents as you would expect, and the bed shows heavy signs of usage but this is to be expected from any workhorse, especially one that carries a lot of very heavy stuff across the country.
The engine is all original, Toyota’s 4.7-liter V8 UZ unit, and the automatic transmission was overhauled a few hundred thousand miles ago. “I took it in to get the transmission rebuilt because it wasn’t shifting right,” Morvant said. “Looking back at it, I probably just needed it flushed.”
Apart from the rebuilt transmission, the world’s second million-mile Toyota Tundra has went through 20 sets of tires, two alternators and one water pump. Everything else was just regular maintenance.
It’s no wonder why Toyota enjoys a strong reputation for sturdy high-mileage cars and why Tundras are loved so much in the pickup truck world.
H/T to Max!