I bought this Tundra hoping to get that Toyota quality. At 45,000 miles, the radio just quit working.
At 60,000 miles the drivers door lock actuator quit working immediately followed by the front passenger door lock actuator and then the drivers side rear door lock actuator. The driver's door is just a nuisance but the other doors are now totally useless since there are no keyholes for those doors.
At 65,000 miles I have an oil leak and a water pump leak. In other words, at less than 80,000 miles, I have about $4,500.00 in repairs. So much for Toyota quality.
As others have said, the body dents too easily. Other than that it is a powerful truck. I just would not recommend one.
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