I usually don't offer advice, but this Tundra, 4.7 liter, got 12.3 mpg or less, and handles terribly - it is a dog.
The stereo went out within 1 month.
Although the body is quite attractive, the visibility is terrible.
Great comfort, but this will not fit in a standard sized garage; ie: this truck is not practical and is way overpriced, horrific gas mileage.
I have owned three Tacomas, and they are more fun to drive, not as wide, can haul just as much with double the gas mileage. This Tundra is a dinosaur and will soon be extinct!
10-12 mpg for a Toyota is horrific. The truck is comfortable, but not practical in any way. I have always owned Toyotas (Tacomas) and they should stick to the mini truck market as they handle better, are more practical, more reliable, better mpg, can fit in a garage, haul just as much.
The only good thing is the 6 airbags, but I believe you are prone to more accidents as the visibility is terrible. Try parking this is any tight parking spot and you will agree this is not a smart design - too wide, too long, terrible mpg, but it does look good.
To any car manufacturer can make a reliable truck that gets great mpg and hauls a decent amount, then they will sell millions.