THANX, that review is spot on, as we've had our 2000 LTD Access Cab 4X4 since Labor Day, 1999.
It was the 1st V8 I've owned (& thought it would be the last, until we bought our 2019 Land Cruiser). I've kept mileage records, & think 17 mpg would be our avg over < 100K miles. Replaced O2 sensors; knock sensor. Tailgate handle. Rear Bilsteins once. Believe the fronts are next.
After a minor bumper-bender, replaced with one of 1st 5 ARB Sahara bars in U.S. back in 2001. Local spring shop made stiffer front springs. Duratracs on it now.
Easily removable rear seats => lots of space for storage. Replaced the dead 6-disc CD with a Scion Pioneer single.
I've never contemplated replacing it with a new, LARGER, Tundra; nor nearly as large Tacoma. Been owning Toyotas since 1975 SR5 pickup.