I traded in my FJ Cruiser because I wanted to be able to put my motorcycle in the back and go south in the winter. The Tundra drives like a luxury vehicle. It is smooth and quiet. It has power to spare. It also has the cargo and towing capacities that I need.
There is a lot of room in the back seat. It is quite powerful. It has a great towing capacity. I like the look, the comfort and the ride better than the Ford F-150. I have VERY good visibility with the split mirrors (I think they should come on ALL cars now).
300 Characters is not enough. 1.) The Ipod integration is a TOTAL FAIL. ("ERROR 3" is all I ever see) 2.) I don't want satellite radio. Don't include it. 3.) BOUNCY AS F*** 4.) Gauges unreadable 5.) Transmission always confused
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