Even more recently, Keith from Trigger Happy posted two YouTube videos of his broken Tundra with only 335 miles (539 kilometers) on the clock. The TFT display in the instrument cluster shows a total of three warning messages: check engine, limp mode, as well as parking support brake malfunction. “Essentially a $60,000 brick” is how the owner describes the well-optioned pickup that’s currently sitting in the dealership’s parking lot.
Speaking of which, the dealership says the parts needed to fix the wastegates are on a 30-day backorder, which presents yet another problem. If the vehicle has been in the shop for more than a month for any problems covered by the automaker’s warranty, then it may fall under the Lemon Law.
Keith’s update on the 2022 Toyota Tundra is even more worrying for would-be owners. More specifically, customer care basically said this is all we’re going to do for you, recommending the owner to either wait at least 30 days for the spare parts to be shipped or pursue the Lemon Law claim.
On that note, do you still want a brand-new Tundra over an F-150?UPDATE
Keith's Tundra has been sitting in the shop for a whole month now.