I bought a 2012 Toyota Tundra DC TRD Rock Warrior with 52k under 30k. I love it, plenty of room, power and ground clearance plus it comes stock with P285/70/R17 tires.
Go look in my driveway, 2005 suburban, rusty bumpers, has 125000 kms on the clock and you can feel everyone of them. just acquired a 2002 F150 supercrew 4x4 and feels brand new. I have owned at least 12 f150s or more since 98, and all of them were great. Far from the steaming pile like was mentioned above. You can feel every km on the ole mans 2010 avalanche too. They don't hold up well at all.I have had 3 F150s and the have all been great. Every one has pros and cons. You need to decide what you can live with or what will not work for you. I have had GMs that I thought about blowing up. I had a ranger that was ok. My parents had a old power wagon that was a tank. Just pick your poison.