Outstanding reliability looks. Best back seay in the market today milage is very is about the same if not better when a competitor is in similar dress. Matter of fact highway driving milage is better then advertised. Everybody has rushed to catch up to the tundra. I would even suggest that some loyal f series drivers give the tundra a try. This is bu far the most durable reliable truck on the market bar none
I have had for 8 months now and have put 21,000 miles on it and still love it. Gas mileage still between 17 to 20.4 miles per gallon with an average of around 18 overall. Again as i said in previous review-DO THE MATH. The one on dash is not correct on almost any vehicle, you may think it is if you have not done the math. This truck is closer to a 3/4 ton than a 1/2 ton actually in driving. Rides good but is stiff and does not twist, pop, and rattle. Feels like you are driving a rigid vehicle with a great ride and handling. Hard to keep this thing under 76-85 mph. It wants to go. I always wondered when driving the other brand why these Tundras always seemed to be flying when they passed me and they always did, and now i know why. Great truck and paint and finish seems to be the best i have seen for sometime. Mine is black, but i have one of those Car dusters and able to keep it looking good fairly easily. Love that red rock interior. Drove the rest and looked for nearly a year before jumping and now glad i bought the Tundra. So far i have been happier with this vehicle than almost any vehicle i have ever bought and now drive with a sense of security and reliability that i did not have before. I read some of the negative reviews before i purchased and found a lot not to be true. The front cup holders will hold a 48 ounce Rally's cup and there is a 32 ounce McDonalds cup in mine right now and have never had one spill. Has lot of usable storage in the front and back as well. Locking glove box is a plus as well. Love the WHOLE back window going down-Nice touch! Very, Very user driver friendly vehicle. Recently pulled a trailer with just over 11,000 pounds on it and ran away with it. I literally forgot it was back there. My only drawback is almost no storage under the rear seat, only about 2 inches at best. I will most definetly be buying another one in the future and getting ready to swap my wife's Suburban for a Sequoia
Issues with a 2014 Tundra: replaced door locks 13 times ( actuator coating kept melting, asked dealer to look further into the cause; they refused and Toyota wouldn't back me up), throttle bottle failed, ECU had to be reprogrammed 3 times (each time putting the truck into limp mode until reprogrammed), transfer case was stuck in 4x4 for periods of time until brought to dealer, trim on top of truck flew off while driving down the highway, and windows frequently wouldn't work after dealer worked on door locks. Issues with dealer and Toyota: faulty work frequently by dealer, Toyota and dealer customer service refused to look further into issues with truck and were unpleasant to deal with, Toyota Care provided by dealer wasn't done correctly or up to Toyota standards (had to bring Toyota into the conversation for them to do a service that I purchased), both dealer and Toyota refused to make situation right when I offered to purchase another new truck from them (Toyota offered me a $500 rebate for the issues I was having, which was more of an insult than anything).
2014 Toyota Tundra SR 4dr Double Cab SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
I would recommend this to truck to anyone. It is simply great from every perspective. Did have leaking left front shock at 40,000 miles. Toyota covered cost as customer good will. Out of warranty in miles but not time.