2022 Toyota Tundra...?

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Well recently sold the 07 Jeep Wrangler. Didn't get used as much as we thought it would. So now have the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the wife's 07 Nissan Murano. The wife got a new job at one of the local dealerships which cais one of the biggest in the area. Has 4 stores in town. Multiple brands. GM, Honda, Nissan, Toyota. They have some really good employee deals for leasing and buying. Been looking for a new truck since we want to upgrade to a larger pull behind camper. So if we go through the dealership there's 3 brands to choose from. Chevy, Gmc and Toyota. Been looking at the new Tundra. Any one have experience with the new or old ones? Pros, cons...
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Toyota generally has good reputations. Go drive one. If you like it, get it. We all know you'll probably get shiny object syndrome in a year or so. (Yes, I'm guilty of that too! LOL)
 

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A friend of mine drives one. He put 360K on the last one he had. He bought a new one a couple of months ago.
 

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Nothing yet. They had one at the dealership but that one sold. Waiting on more to come in.
Yeah, last night, I checked to see what was left of what I was "considering" at the end of July. ALL of it has sold.. If you find what you want, jump on it. They disappear quick! :(
 

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