Pros - Looks good, comfortable ride.
It pulls our 20 foot boat just fine
(getting from 45 to 65 takes ~1/4
Cons- 14-15 mpg when driving
responsibly. 10-11 when pulling our
Dodge threw an electrical gremlin in
with the deal. It is currently at the
dealer for the second time for
electrical work. The horn, windshield
washer, wipers, and lights activate
themselves with or without the truck
running (all controls in the off
position & I have no alarm system). I
am sure this provides amusement for
onlookers. But imagine driving behind
someone them your horn starts blaring
for no reason. It is an incredible
obnoxious problem. That truck has
Looks, comfort, ride.
Fire your electrical engineers and
supppliers. Source this to Toyota.
They now what they are doing and how
to ensure quality. This truck has had
more electrical problems in 34K
miles, than my Toyota truck has had in
195,000 miles.(No, this truck has not
been customized in any way.)
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