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www.motorreviewer.com/engine.php?engine_id=108

3UR-FE Engine Problems and Reliability. The 3UR-FE is the most reliable and durable engine for all UR engine family. The Toyota made over 1.3 million kilometers of durability testing for this engine. In reality, the 3UR-Fe can run more than 400,000 miles (650,000 km) smoothly with regular maintenance with using high-quality fuel and oil.

www.tundratalk.net/threads/why-is-the-5-7l-a-good-engine.335698

How does this engine compare to the 5.7L Hemi or the 5.0 (6.2) from Ford? I realize the displacement values are all similar, but there must be some mechanical differences that make the Toyota engine "better" as I've heard many times that this engine is as reliable as any made.

www.consumerreports.org/cars/toyota/tundra

Three different cab sizes and three different bed lengths are available. Our favorite engine choice is the rewardingly powerful 5.7-liter V8; thus equipped, the Tundra can tow around 10,000 pounds.

www.bobistheoilguy.com/.../topics/3311783/Durability_of_Toyota_5.7_liter

The 2UZ-FE(4.7 liter) has proven itself to be fairly bulletproof. There are many instances of these engines going 300,000+ miles. How is the 5.7 Liter engine stacking up in terms of durability and reliability? I have been looking for a 1st ten double cab because of the drivetrain but have been offered a great deal on an 08 with 88,000 miles on it

www.tundras.com/threads/5-7-engine-failures.39121

I’m a member of several Tundra forums, and I cannot remember hearing of any low mileage catastrophic failure of the Toyota 5.7 engine. (Edit: As noted here by several other people, supercharged engines are the exception, rarely making it to 200k) You’re more likely to hear of 300k, 400k, 500k miles on trucks that are still running strong.

forum.ih8mud.com/threads/4-7l-v8-reliability-high-mileage.956853

Hey all, venturing over from the 40 section. Looking to pick up a used 4th gen 4runner. Looking at a 2004 and 2006, both with the 4.7L V8. Generally speaking, how well do these engines do when they start to get up there in miles. One has 185k, the other 240k. Not looking for a long term hold, thinking 1-3 years then sell it.

itstillruns.com/toyota-57l-iforce-v8-specs-7607575.html

The current 5.7-liter i-Force V-8 is a 32-valve, double-overhead-cam engine with an aluminum block and aluminum cylinder heads. Toyota's Dual Independent Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence system is used to maximize fuel efficiency and power delivery. The engine has direct fuel injection and a 10.2-to-1 compression ratio..

www.quora.com/How-does-the-Toyota-iForce-5-7-liter-Engine-compare-to-the...

Do you want a motor that will run a half-million miles? Or do you want a motor simply built to raise the CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) for the corporation, customers be dammed? Firstly, the 350 chivvy small block is dead, maybe you buy a c...

www.cars.com/research/toyota-tundra-2016/consumer-reviews

Consumer Reviews. 2016 Toyota Tundra ... this is the best truck I have ever owned and expect to benefit from it's long term reliability and value. ... The 5.7 engine did get 19.2 MPG on the 200 ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7Qajpr0QQ8

This video will provide valuable mileage statistics of the 8 vehicles that have the Toyota 4.7l V8 from 1990 - 2004. This engine is known as the 1UZ-FE and 2UZ-FE.