" This 2019 Tundra has performed flawlessly. It’s still a very low mileage vehicle, and only used for recreational purposes. I had an experience of losing my RV trailer brakes, and I think I will investigate the possibility of upgrading my stock Tundra brakes. My RV weighed about 5000-5500 lbs. and it was very difficult to get it stopped on flat ground from 35 mph, in the available space. This sudden loss of trailer brakes left me wanting a much more capable set of brakes on my Tundra, and grateful we weren’t on a downhill slope.
There is a pronounced lack of in cab storage for emergency supplies. I’ve had to get creative in ways to stash these items. I knew this problem existed prior to my purchase, however, it wasn’t enough to dissuade me from purchasing.
The 5.7 liter engine has more than enough power to tow my RV, and in tow/Haul mode, sounds quit impressive. A nice improvement in the new Tundras is the increased size of the Nav screen, and the addition of Car Play.
This Tundra CrewMax is BIG, inside, and out. You’ll need to think twice before taking it to town shopping. Parking won’t be very easy. Gas mileage is something I didn’t worry about. I need what the truck can do, whatever the MPG. with that, I’ve been able to get 18 mpg on the road, 10-11 mpg, pulling the RV. We’ve also lifted the truck 2 inches, and Rino-Lined the bed.
I don’t think we could have asked for much more in a truck. Others likely have fancier options, but, we were after a safe, and bullet proof truck to haul with, and no worries to lose sleep over, which is exactly what we got. Thanks Toyota! "