Our Tundra is fun to drive and we seem to be getting better gas mileage than most others. We average 18-19 on the road and 16-17 in town. The factory tires are junk, as they needed replaced at 30,000 even though the air pressure was always monitored and the tires were rotated every 6,000 miles. Ours has buckets seats and both needed replaced due to rattles and squeaks. Just yesterday, the radio went crazy. There is no volume control, it only plays at maximum volumn so can't be used, all the presets quit working, etc. The dealer said this happens fairly often. The radio just shorts out and they will replace it. Wondering if this truck will turn into a spendy lemon when out of warranty.
Very nice looking truck. Lots of power with good gas mileage. All in all glad we bought it but wondering if we should have stuck with Ford.
Better tires, our AC doesn't cool very well but the dealer says it is within specs, would rather have seats that were less fancy, with fewer moving parts, to rattle and drive a person nuts going down the road. Problems and recalls have put this truck in the shop more than our Ford in 15 years.
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