With its supersized dimensions, our Tundra CrewMax needed to offer some concessions to lessen visibility issues. Sitting about one foot from the body were mirrors with upper and lower panels – unfortunately, only the upper panels were powered, meaning the driver had to get out to manually adjust the lower section, or solicit the help of a passenger. Using those mirrors is a requirement, as seeing smaller vehicles alongside this big Toyota is otherwise nearly impossible. The side windows represent an expansive greenhouse, but the ride height negates their effectiveness for outside viewing. Rear pillars are acceptably wide, though outboard head restraints soak up too much of the rear window.