I luv my truck but I'm limited on distance before I run out of gas you would think Toyota would be smarter bigger truck bigger tank and I can't add an auxiliary tank because of emissions so I have to carry gas cans when in the mountains or desert especially pulling my toy hauler because that gas goes to my toys glad my son needs a truck I'm buying a F250
I have now owned this truck for over 3 years and have 30,000 miles on it. Come trade in time I will up grade to the limited. I would not even consider any other brand. Doing some research I found out that some Ford Trucks are built in Brazil, some Chevy Trucks are built in Canada and some Dodge Trucks are build in Mexico. Tundra's are build in Austin Texas. When one guy asked me. Why didn't you buy American? I asked him what truck are you talking about? No answer!!!! All I can say it's a great truck and at least take it for a test drive and see for yourself.
When it comes to my favorite features I can't really narrow it down to a few. From bumper to bumper I like it all. I guess if I had to it would be the power and the handling. It's just a fun truck to drive...
Maybe a little wood on the dash board for the SR5 that would be a nice touch. I certainly wouldn't change the body style, it looks good just the way it is...
I have read a few negative reviews and feel some buyers will not be happy with any vehicle they buy. I actually feel bad for any manufacturer that does sell them a vehicle. Inherently all vehicles will have some kind of type weird annoyance and as long as it doesn't keep me from enjoying my vehicle, I don't care. No car is silent inside and a V8 does suck down gas. But you will find tons of negative comments as if no one knew this getting in to a 381hp monster. This truck cleans up well and I never go a day without people checking it out. The Crewmax is simply the best solution for people with children who do not want a SUV.
The POWER, the SIZE, and the Usability.
Everyone states that the interior could use better materials, but I have no issue with buttons breaking or plastic paint peeling off like I did with my Domestic cars/trucks so I'm happy as is. Also the interior parts are made in the US unlike Chevy, Dodge, or Ford. It costs more for Toyota to buy these parts and material hardness is effected by that, but no big deal to me.