This truck is a great value for those looking for a balance between work and play. It will easily get your boat to the lake and your landscaping trailer to the job site. It handles moderate payloads comfortably and is comparable to most trucks in its class. The interior fits 5 adults comfortably and the controls are simple and straight forward. It does everything a pickup is supposed to while having a extremely comfortable ride. If you carry a lot of tools and other nic nacs, you will need a tool box due to lack of interior storage. The upside is, the bed is a full half-foot longer than the Titan, F-150, and Silverado Crew Cabs. You won't have to give up a lot of bed space for it.
Full roll down rear window. Power everthing and Class IV tow hitch are standard even on a "stripped out model". Lives up to the durability and reliability that is synonomous with Toyota. 8 cupholders, rear passenger AC vents, and armrests.
Transmission lags during rapid acceleration and more interior storage space. The fuel economy is on track for a 4.7L V8. It's not great, but it's not horrible either. Between $50-60 for fill up depending on gas prices.
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