76K miles. Impressive power, smooth tranny, deep gearing helps pull heavy loads with ease, suspension is supple.
With a double cab and full bed, it does flex more than I'd like it too. However, it is well mannered, predictable and quiet. I had to buy different bushings for the cab to stop the dreaded "bed bounce" issue. Mine was unbearable before.
Interior-other than the stereo being hard to reach from where i sit, some of the plastics are kind of cheap feeling.
If driven at 65 it will do what it states. I average 16.4 with 90% freeway in So Cal (pretty flat). 70-75 mph. Also, it says it has a 26 gallon tank - but I've never filled more than 21...
-BMW style Orange dashlight, easy on eyes.
-Drivetrain - Is the BOMB. Gearing is great, brakes are great, turning radius good.
-very quiet for a truck
-Tow package has both pins so you don't need to buy different harnesses.
-Mileage isn't too horrible considering displacement and output.
a telescoping steering wheel would definitely assist driving position.
Fully BOX the frame dang it!
Stupid Toyota Limited Slip Diff....NEED LOCKER --> GM, ahem...
Make a DIESEL please.
Accelerator Pedal (post recall) TOO SENSITIVE.
Do not like Sealed Transmission - I like to check it once in a while.
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