I agree! The psychology of that FB group is fascinating. If you have not purchased a 2022 Tundra then you agree there are more problems than there should be for a 2022. The MOMENT someone buys one they go mental and in a completely transparent and hilarious manner start defending Tundras as just having normal "first-year issues" and post comments like, "202 miles and runs like top." Clearly, trying to convince themselves they truck is reliable and it's going to be fine...lolThere are more issues with that first year (redesigned) Tundra than there should be.
Seems like it's far easier and faster to remove the cab vs disassemble the engine bay.
Or so the TikTok Ford techs say...
Fixed and added the real money-makers & and bread & butter for Toyota. I think the Tundra/Sequoia loses money for them - especially since Ford sells more F-150s and GM sells more Tahoes/Suburbans in comparison.Toyota Camry ….
Tundra. Tacoma … Prius … RAV4… Highlander … Sienna
Maybe they lose money on them, maybe not. I'd think that, after this many years, they'd have ditched it by now, if that was the case.Fixed and added the real money-makers & and bread & butter for Toyota. I think the Tundra/Sequoia loses money for them - especially since Ford sells more F-150s and GM sells more Tahoes/Suburbans in comparison.
Good thing I wasn't planning on buying any time soon.
Well, I'd say it's a good idea -- a way to see what owners are saying about their products. Could be lots of small things that that aren't enough to take the car in for warranty repair. Or it could be other things like NVH issues, narrow seats (Ford Edge), clunky shifts, etc. A fiend of mine who works for MGM Mirage says each of their hotels has a person who reads and responds to comments on Twitter, Facebook, etc. I think that's fairly common in all kinds of businesses these days.I am trying to understand what they are attempting to accomplish by monitoring social media. 94.8% of drivers do not understand the mechanical side of cars and the 5.2% that do are not on social media (for the most part).