Greetings from Oklahoma. For the past 10 years I have driven the powerful Rams with Hemis and Jeep Wrangler Rubicon’s. I decided to try a used 2013 Tacoma with only 25k miles in September. When I showed up at my son’s ranch with a two wheel drive, I got the look I used to give him when I didn’t approve of something he did. He said nice truck Dad, I really like it but you should have bought a 4 wheel drive. I had already fallen in love with the Tacoma so the wife and I talked about “MY mistake” when I got home. I had just sold the Jeep so I decided to sell the Limited Edition Ram as well, went out the next day and bought a new 2017 TRD Off Road. Then sold the 2013. Yes, it cost me. Just wish the TRD had leather and power seats. Still getting used to the constantly shifting automatic. I read on the forum the Tacoma “learns” and after the service manager told me that is the way they are when using the cruise control, I changed my driving habits. The next month I drove it like I stoll it, topped the hills on the Turner Turnpike at 95 mph plus floored running as high a rpm I could, and didn’t care if I tore it up. Heck, it is under warranty. I have babied every vehicle I’ve owned but not this one. Now with 4,500 miles it seems to have learned and I am driving it more like the retired person I am. My first experience with Toyota was a 1976 Hi Lux with radio and cigarette lighter. Then bought a 1977 Celica and a 1982 Celica. Snuck in an Avalon along the way. So I hope I like this Toyota as much as I did those.