This truck replaced a F150 Lariat 5.4L 4x4, and there is no comparison. The Tundra has power to spare whether towing or just driving. It rides well, but not as smooth as the F150. Plenty of room inside for passengers, thermos bottles, and glove compartment type objects, but there is no place to store jumper cables or even basic tools. Little to no road noise and features are luxury. The traction control system is awesome for highway driving in 2WD on slick or wet roads. Mileage is better than expected: over 19 on the highway, 13 while towing, and 14.5 in the city.
Power, Power, Power! Plenty of interior passenger room. Fun to drive.
Could use better skid plates - current ones are thin and not confidence inspring. Better storage behind or under the rear seats. Sonar is worthless. Locking differential would be nice.
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