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Cons: seatbeltseasy to handle,good mpg,good looks,nice ride
Tundra SR5 is best of the best
Pros: The ride and power
Cons: It can be a little thursty but not bad.2010 Tundra SR5 4x4 DBL Cab - Black and Tan with aftermarket chrome nerf bars, billbit grill and Truxedo cover. Most comfortable full size truck available. Dbl cab has about same room as my F150 crew did. Build quality is the best bar none. 5.7 v8 pulls my 7,500 lb boat like it is not even hooked up. Excellent dash layout, audio system, center council and 4 acc outlets. Interior room is also great for me being 6'6 and 250 lbs. Plenty of headroom in my non sunroof model. Make sure to order the rear camera or back up sensors. This is one big truck. I really does make the Ford and Chevy look and feel like toys. Steep hills and deep snow are now problem with 4x4 engaged even with street radials. My only picks are the shift points between 1st and 2nd are a little sporadic sometimes and the plastic grill needed a billbit upgrade.
My biggest disappointment
Pros: Looks and cab space
Cons: The ride and handling.I had a F-150 Crew that I loved. Especially on trips with my daughters. Only problem was the crew cab. it was a little tight. The seats were great quality and the ride was as good as most of my sedans. But, it was 8 years old and had 80,000 miles. So, I traded it for a 2010, same model. The looks are great. But, that's where it stops. This vehicle is hard to steer, and rides rough even on a new highway. I took it back and was told that this is Fords new sports car ride, feel and handling.They admitted that they didn't like it either. I tried to give it back at 238 miles, but, was laughed at. I'm 82 and this may be my last vehicle. I'm not a happy camper.
Even better than imagined
Pros: the power, quiet engine and fuel economy
Cons: still getting used to the price tagHad the truck 2 weeks and then headed out on a 4000 mile towing vacation. It pulled my LQ horse trailer full of equipment and horses cross country and over mountain passes in 90+ degree heat without hesitation. Great fuel economy and a very comfortable ride. It's an amazing truck, Ford did their homework and produced a truck that can get the job done. The new hill descent assist was very handy coming out of the mountains.
Pros: The truck
Cons: PreformancePoor gas mileage. No power. Must downshift to go up a slight incline.Has problems pulling an empty utility trailer. Dealer says everything is OK.
Pros: The ride
Cons: No bluetoothBest vehicle I've ever had. Rides like a Cady.