Leased this vehicle in Nov, 2007. 4,800 miles as of Feb, 2008. Former owner of a 2005 Dodge Ram Powerwagon. The Tundra Limited equipped with the off road package and navigation system is far superior in every respect, except dedicated offroading (no stock truck beats the Powerwagon for that). The Tundra is a large vehicle, but the parking sonar, rear view camera and outstanding turning radius makes it relatively easy to park and maneuver. Road manners are outstanding with performance car-like acceleration and passing capability. Back seat leg room is the best in its class. If it wasn't for its truck-like gas mileage (14.5 mpg average so far), it could easily pass for a daily driver.
Quality, performance, utility, technology, comfort, style. Front/rear parking sonar, navigation/back-up camera/bluetooth phone system. This vehicle convinced me to trade in my '04 Mercedes Benz 4matic for an '08 Lexus GS350awd.
Substandard tires (Goodyear Rugged Trail). Replaced with Goodyear Silent Armors (terrific). Poor sat. radio antenna location (beneath windshield registration decals) with substandard reception. Optional remote start is temperamental. Wish gas mileage could be improved without sacrificing performance.
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