Built for a Marathon: Most Reliable Cars of 2016

2016 Toyota Tundra
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2016 Toyota Tundra

Among full size pickup trucks, the 2016 Toyota Tundra currently has the best reliability score at 4.5 circles. The Tundra performs well off-road, and the CrewMax and Double Cab models have a very spacious and comfortable cabin.

The Tundra has plenty of power with either of its V8 engines (310 and 381 horsepower), although its EPA-estimated 15/19 mpg city/highway is low for the class. Relatively maneuverable for a large pickup, the Tundra has precise steering and drives like a smaller vehicle than it is. Its ride quality could be better though. Off-road, the available TRD package has skid plates, off-road tires, and a raised suspension that allows the Tundra to traverse a variety of off-road terrain with ease.

Inside, the Tundra has a good-looking design, and higher trims have upscale materials. The front seats are roomy and comfortable, and there’s plenty of space to accommodate adults in the back row of CrewCab and Double Cab models. Up front, the infotainment system is user friendly.

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