3rd Generation Toyota Tundra (2022+) Master Thread

NXracer

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List of Issues thus far

The door/rubber seals seem to be recurring theme with TGNA launches. Rav4 and Highlander had the same on initial builds.
 
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The way that Lexus is being treated right now this website is going to soon turn into Toyota Enthusiast. It might as well die off lmao.

People at Lexus need to get it together.
 

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The Venza/Harrier has had the most advanced panoramic roof tech that you will only see on a S Class. Yet after 2 years the only Lexus to receive it is the very low volume RZ. Not on any Lexus starting with a "L".

NX/RX getting a PHV powertrain 2 years later than a RAV4, with no battery or any other upgrades for differentiation.

They keep talking about refocusing on Lexus, but their actions say otherwise.
 

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Tundra and iForceMax have been trademarked in Australia. Rapidly growing segment here and Toyota being the undisputed number 1 brand here wants a slice of the action.
 

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Toyota PR playing the "we learned from the past" and "Reliability is analyzing our failures and growing from them"

Nice move to calm the fears of the wastegate and other QC issues they have been happening.
 
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Really enjoy SG video reviews, but disagree somewhat with this regarding "it's up to brand preference." I believe that over time, if one is to own this vehicle for 7-15 years, there will be HUGE cost savings vs. other brands. We have recent year 1794 Tundra that is is our "spare" vehicle and even despite it's very obvious outdated flaws, we still really like it. Very excited to test the capstone and TRD pro Tundras to see the difference and if worth buying.