I’ve had a few Toyota trucks. Yes they can be pricey to get into, even used. Sold my ‘97 4Runner to a neighbor over a year ago, with 265,000 miles on it. Bought it used with 78,000 on it. Got a lot of miles out of it and definitely got my money’s worth out of it. Got my wife a 2012 Tacoma with only 40,000 on it. If we run it for over 15 -20 years and a quarter million miles, I don’t have a problem with the cost. I have been driving a Nissan Xterra for about 4 years now. Happy with the vehicle so far. Great rig for light trail use, hauling my kayaks, etc. has fold flat rear seats and front passenger seat which has actually impressed some guys at Lowe’s when I got 2x4 lumber loaded inside the vehicle. I think the Nissan Frontier and Xterra are under valued compared to Toyota, but for one thing. Toyota’s service and service department tends to blow away my experience with Nissan. The Tacoma came with free oil changes for 100,000 miles as well as other maintenance checks. My experience at the dealership taking it in for those routine checks has been very pleasant. They go out of their way to point out any issues they note. Update us on recalls. (A rear fuel pump issue came up on the recall list and they performed the check and preventative replacement in the same visit as the regular oil change.). They give me a coupon for free coffee (the froofy, fancy latte, kind) from a local shop, on my way in, and a coupon for a free car wash at another local spot on the way out at every visit.