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I have a 2011 SR5 TRD 5.7 Dbl cab, and love it. I have recently test driven the new one as my lease is due in a few months. I am not so impressed with the new interior myself, speedo harder to see, glove box non existent, and most of the useful storage gone. No 110v socket is a mistake for anyone in construction / farming. I found the seats better in the pad but bad on my back, lumbar is too low and no shoulder support. This Could be a deal breaker (in which case i will buy out my 2011) I am also concerned re the lights. as I am mostly on gravel roads , current ones are great. Not a fan of the TV screen thing either, but the back up camera is a godsend. At the end of the day i will probably end up with one and get used to it, but I can't get excited about the changes. Bumper steps, 110v front and rear, in bed light, standard winch mount, std heated seats / remote start and more interior storage (like the older one) would have made this the most practical truck on the market for the intended market. My dealer has suggested a 48 hr test drive to see if the seats will work for me. It's that service that makes me stick with Toyota.Report it
When I first purchased mine it had TERRIBLE fuel mileage! I was getting 12 mpg highway at one point and was seriously considering taking it back as a lemon. I drive a lot though, and had a lot of time to make a decision since my state (Idaho) has very consumer friendly lemon laws. I waited it out to see if it improved as it broke in, and even though it took quite a while it gets excellent mileage now! It took almost 12,000 miles before I hit the EPA estimated 17 mpg, but now at over 16,000 miles I've seen as high as 19.3 mpg highway at 65 mph. On average I'm getting a little over 17 mpg on the freeway with our 80 mph speed limits, which is more than acceptable. In the city I haven't seen less than 15 for the last 4,000 miles so I'm quite happy with what I'm getting now compared with how it began. I love this truck!Report it
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