This is my second Toyota pickup, the first was a T100 that was wrecked. In between I had an F150 which I sold after 2 years which was about 18 months too long. The Tundra is much more like my old "T", comfortable, reliable and easy to service.
Gas mileage has been around 18 on a mix of city and highway driving. Ride is very smooth as is the drive train. No mechanical problems after 2 years or about 21K miles, though I really didn't expect any. There is an outstanding recall for ball joints, but since I have yet to have it in for anything more than an oil change, I haven't gotten around to it yet.
Engine access is very good, if you are a shade tree mechanic and want to change your own plugs, they are easy to get at, unlike the ford. Only gripe is with the oil filter, with the splash pan in place, it is impossible to change the filter without spilling oil on it. Having to remove the splash pan in my book is a PIA.
Stereo system is mediocre sounding, they could have done much better here. Interior fit and finish is nice, not overdone, but not cheap. Only thing I would have liked them to do is offer a leather wrap on the steering wheel like my old T100, that adds a touch of class.
Overall its a keeper.