Well I must say the Toyota Tundra just got hammered for reliability according to Consumer Report, the truck was just unreliable, fit & finish was excellent. The Tundra that Consumer Report was given by Toyota had engine problems, 4x4 problems, result the most expensive overall cost of ownership of a truck in it's class? Consumer Report, also gave the Duramax/Cummins better than anticipated reliability & over all cost of ownership. Consumer Report was excited about the new diesels, in particular the Cummins 6.7L standard exhaust brake. They also said that when the 2500/3500 trucks were used for towing & hauling the Diesel vs Gasoline option as tested. Their were less reliability issues with the diesel engine options, than the less expensive gasoline powerplants when towing or hauling. In conclusion as I have said, and now Consumer Report has done a years worth of testing on OVERALL COST OF OWNERSHIP, Consumer Report factored in the fuel costs for thier trucks diesel or gasoline at 5% . The lower cost of ownership of the diesel made up for any increase in the price of diesel. Not to mention the diesels tow & haul better.