I lost a supercharged 2002 Trans-Am WS.6 (with 15k miles) and a 2017 Sierra Denali in a recent house fire. I have always been a GM guy with a fast car and a truck (usually lifted). After the fire, I decided to buy my wife a white 2018 4Runner TRD Pro and planned to drive her old Sonata for a while, so that I could do a little research on the Raptor and 2019 AT4. I had all intentions of buying a replacement truck, but I fell in love with her Pro and hated her old Sonata, so I went out a got myself a Cavalry Blue 4Runner TRD Pro.
As much I hate to sell my 4Runner, I think we need a truck in the household. We just do too many projects that require, or at least make having a pickup truck bed ideal. I'm also 6'8", 350 lbs, so I do miss the room in a full size truck. After driving a Toyota, I've decided to consider a Tundra TRD Pro to the list.
I drive about 15k/yr, so reliability and fuel economy are important. Although, I would definitely add larger tires to the Tundra or AT4, so looks are important too. I enjoy having a vehicle that stands out from the rest, that's probably why I liked the 4Runner Pro so much... you just don't see many in my area.
I have it narrowed down to a 6.2L AT4, Tundra TRD Pro, or Raptor... with the Raptor being in last place due to the additional cost and lower reliability.
What made you decide to get your AT4 over competitors?