I've had the truck for about 2.5 years,
38000+ miles without a snag. Only
problem was the O2 sensor needing to be
replaced, but was covered on warranty.
The engine provides plenty of juice
when needed, and the ride is great.
Went to look at new F150s and Ram 1500s
recently and decided I'd be better off
keeping my Tundra. It's still a joy to
drive. Planning on keeping until the
crewcab comes out.
Design, reliability, power, comfort.
Don't like the clock placement. Wish
it was a _little_ bigger on the inside,
especially the backseats.
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