I've searched for this comparison and either can't find what I want or I don't know what to search for, so I'm asking:
What kind of real-world (not EPA estimates) difference in MPG is there between the 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder engines (2WD & 4WD)?
Just for information: 90% of my driving is in town/stop-and-go; virtually flat road; I actually drive less than 10k per year; I pretty much drive like an old lady; and I live in Louisiana (lots of AC in the summer).
I'm trying to justify purchasing a 4WD double cab rather than a 2WD (4 cyl) access cab PreRunner.
I don't plan to go play in the mud, but I've always wanted a 4WD. I don't like the rear seats in the Access Cab, and I will probably still own this (new) truck when I start hauling around grandkids (my current truck is 11 years old).