Ordered My Tundra in February 2007 but was not delivered until May 2007. Factory did not install daylight driving lights or stainless running boards as ordered. Both local dealer and Toyota (Detroit) advised DRL must be installed at factory and could not install after and was considered an aftermarket item and not recommended. The factory installed DRL was about $40. I purchased a DRL kit for $97 and paid an electronics shop $187 to install a fairly complicated wiring job. Toyota took no responsibility for the omission. They did, however, install the SS running boards free of charge. This is the first new vehicle (among many) I have had that I did not have to return for some problem.
I consider my Tundra outstanding in handling, ride and performance. Only problem is with poor gas mileage.
Fuel efficiency. Some of the recessed gauges are hard to see. Truck is too plain (vanilla) from a side view. Needs more chrome, pin striping, etc.
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