I have driven my Tundra under a variety of conditions. For highway driving, the Tundra handles like a car and the V-8 engine gives you acceleration on request. In winter conditions, the Tundra is nimble when maneuvering through snow covered roads. Like any machine, the Tundra has a few weaknesses. The braking is good but you will encounter pulsation with a quick slow down. The vehicle is hard on fuel, particularly if driven fast or when towing. For the most part, I am pleased with the truck. Although full size, the Tundra is a little more compact than North American pick-up trucks. Combine this with car like handling, and it makes the Tundra an ease to drive.
The Tundra double wishbone suspension provides excellent vibration isolation for the cab of the truck. When driving over potholes or ripples in the road, you can hear the tire action in the bumps but feel practically nothing at the wheel. The V-8 engine is a powerhouse and the powertrain responsive
Braking - Back seat of extended cab should be larger - Fuel economy - OEM Mudflap length (too short)
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