A stump puller it isn't, but for the average person, the Toyota Tundra is all the truck you'll ever need. Pulls well, comfortable cabin, and with the step side, an unusual and sporty look for a truck. I got a leftover new 2004 access cab for a "Preacher's Price," and am very happy. Quiet and smooth, even over Arkansas roads, and excellent power. Yes, it is a little spartan and dated on the inside styling, but comfortable. A very good value and will do everything I need to do.
Grab handles for both driver and passenger inside, reliability, and workmanship. All switches within easy reach and lots of interior storage. Built like a tank.
Could use a boost in fuel economy (I avg. 16 with the V-8). Stereo controls sometimes difficult to see (LCD) in direct sunlight. Would like to see heating and a/c controls on the steering wheel.
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