Can stop a tundra even with 390,000 hard earned miles.
At first I wasn't sure how well I liked the Toyota tundra. It was much larger than my previous Toyota truck and it was the first year for this model truck. The first year for any model is generally terrible and improved upon later. This is not the case for the tundra. The folks at Toyota did it right the first time. Now that I've put over 300,000 miles on I would like to think that I'm well acquainted with my truck. It handles well on and off road. No major repairs over the life of the vehicle with regular maintenance. I like the feel of the interior. It is quieter than most trucks, but still loud enough to say, 'I'm a badass v8 that can get work done.' Stock sound system is nice. You definitely have to do the standard upgrades like bed liner, cargo area cover, front end lift, diff drop, and suspension. None of those upgrades are too difficult or expensive though. I think I would recommend the tundra to just about anyone. The only reason I want a new truck is so that I can get a new tundra.