Tundra also won the the 2021 IQS (Initial Quality Study) for 1/2 ton trucks that just released. Since I worked for JD Power for 10 years (not the auto division), I’ll say that you need to be sure which study you’re looking at. IQS is new vehicles in year of release, so cant judge long term reliability problems. They do a vehicle dependability study of cars/trucks that have been out 3 years also. Tundras have carried that frequently in its category too. Dont think they do any longer term reliability.Even though you made the post, and should therefore be the one to include your sources, suggesting that the Tundra nd/or Camry are unreliable is beyond ridiculous. Using JD Power (which is not great, but I'm not paying for Consumer Reports to anti-troll here) from 2021 to 2011, the Camry was above the Hyundai/Kia cars all but two years, and won their award three times.
Additionally, the Tundra won the JD Power award in 2020 and 2019.
" Also, according to the past 15 years of J.D. Power awards, the Toyota Tundra has won (edited for misspelling) the most awards, defeating competitors multiple times."
There’s two websites, which I have forgotten/lost, that rates reliability based on problems found in used vehicles going to auction, and one that rates on NHTSA problems by year. Both rate the Tundra higher than the domestics as has Consumer reports.
That said, the 07 first year 2nd gen Tundras had some issues IIRC, as did the 05 and 06 Tacomas as well as the 16s third gens. My 09 Tacoma that I loved had its tranny replaced at 1500 miles for an un diagnosable whine and was rock solid after that with a couple minor AC issues (Phoenix is hard on ACs!).
I did a LOT of research and comparisons before I bought my 2021 Tundra in Dec 20 knowing the feature set of the 22s would be better, but for my needs the old tried and true platform was better for me in the final analysis, as was the timing. Of course, I have a little FOMO on seeing the new feature set, which seems excellent (though sorta ugly).
Horses for courses and YMMV!