Purchased new in 2015 an SR5 TRD OffRoad. Previous Toyota owner, first time truck owner. Drove them all before purchase. The others had some "bells and whistles" the Tundra didn't have, but when it came to actual quality of materials and quality of engine feel, the Tundra was clearly better. The crewmax is awesome if you haul people more the sheets of plywood. The engine is powerful, the transmission strong and smooth. MPG is about 13 city, 18 Highway and 15 combined. Its a big truck that can tow almost 10,000 lb trailer. My water pump began leaking at 51,000 and was replaced under standard factory drivetrain warranty of 5 years or 60,000. My Cam tower on passenger side leaked at 35,000 miles and was also repaird under standard factory drivetrain warranty of 5/60,000. Car also came with a standard 3 year bumper to bumper warranty covering everything. I had no repairs first 3 years. If your looking for a great built, reliable, high quality full size truck, and don't need all the "bells and whistles in the interior" do yourself a favor and buy the Tundra....you'll be really glad you did.
Update : The leather and some of the plastic bits have not held up as much as I would like
I like the truck, but don't love it. I had to get rid of my '02 lexus lx470 (landcruiser) and it drove so great for a truck. This rides a little rough in the city, great highway truck. 4x4 engaged does not handle well at low speeds and sometimes the transmission has trouble finding the right gear on certain terrain. Interior is too plastic, antennae has to be manually removed and side mirrors are not auto either. Passenger seat is manual and there is a lot of wasted space in the back that could be storage. However, I love it on regular driving, love the backseat room and sunroof and back window that totally drops down. The stereo is awesome. Gas mileage is terrible but that is expected. I drive my vehicles a long time so I bought it mostly for Toyota reliability and I personally thought it was a better truck than Chevy Silverado, Ford F150 and Dodge that I test drove.
In the 1794 model, there is absolutely no storage space other than the console. The jack and tire tools are behind the back seat almost impossible to remove or replace. No place to put trailer hitch equipment or anything else. Tools etc,? The dashboard lighting logic is completely bassackwards. Plenty light at night. Easy to read gauges, speedometer etc. Daylight, the video display, "mpg, miles to empty, outside temp, odometer and even the guages are not lit up. They should be lit up brightly during the day and low light at night. If you need to wear sun glasses, You might not be able to read the speedometer. The dashboard lighting logic needs to be upgraded. Dashboard lighting was my fault. It's o.k. I enlarged the front mud flaps because with the existing one's, the tires pile mud up on the running board. Sometimes over an inch thick. Storage room is still a problem. I get better than 16 mpg.