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Wow, I would think a 2.7L 4cyl 5M - would go a 100K or better on a stock clutch. I have friend he has I think a 2000 TRD V6 - 5 speed, 115K and still original clutch and he pulls a small boat during fishing season. These 2014 trucks are are very dated for styling, Horrid Fuel Economy (V6) by competitor standards, Very dated 5 speed automatics (competitors running 6, 7 and even 8 speed auto's, Dodge has a 9 speed coming out). Lets us hope Toyota has some serious power train revisions, better MPG, Better styling, etc for 2015.Report it
Earlier editions of this model were notorious for their clutch problems. Many were even bought back under state lemon laws. Do a little research, and complain to Toyota. It worked for me!Report it
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