With full-size trucks being assigned construction and everyday-working-man duty, the need for sturdy, easily-manipulated controls is certain. The Tundra takes this to the point that some may consider it a mockery. Included here are monstrous dials for fan speed, driver and passenger temperatures, and mode. As with the radio, drivers of all sizes may find some of the climate control functions to be out of reach. Once one does grab hold, the unsubstantial feel of the controls is unsatisfying. Rear passengers are granted vents on the center console which are supplemented by duct work that feeds air from under the front seats.