Saw a 70-series TLC a coupla days ago. Another RHD, diesel, modestly modified. Even my wife and daughter liked it.
Gone and missed: '03 Mk4 1.8T 5M GL wagon, '01 B5 V6 GLX wagon, '96 FZJ80, '89 16v GLI, '84 Scirocco, '81 Scirocco S, '80 HiLux 4x4, '77 Kawi Enduro, '74 sparkling green Schwinn Stingray.
I have the Falken Wildpeakes on my sequoia and they are a great all around tire, and quiet. Same for the General Grabber AT2's I have on my toyota pickup. both of those fall under the all terrain category, no experience with any mud terrains.
I went with the BFG rugged terrains
They do well off road, but have a compound that makes them much better on road. I am about 10,000 miles in, and they still haven't worn at all.
They are about 1/2 the volume of my old K02s.,
They don't give you the street cred of a more extreme AT tire, but if you spend the vast majority of your time on road it is a good option IMO.
I've had my truck for 4 years as of today. Coincidentally, it got 4 new tires today to replace the BFG KO's that were on it when I picked it up. They were only 5 years old from what I could tell, and probably had 8-10/32" left, but were dry rotted really bad. The KO2s are no longer available in 16" sizes I want other than load range E, which is stupid for a small truck, so I went with Duratracs in LT265/75-16 (C) for a slight bump up to 32".
Truck has been solid overall for 4 years, just did valve cover gaskets and will need to replace or rebuild the front shocks soon (leaking) as well as the LCR bushings. Still have occasional bumps/vibration from the driveshaft, I think mostly related to the slip yoke and carrier bearing, so I'll probably replace it with a greasable single piece shaft at some point in the near future. It's had one breakdown (SAI system failed and put it in limp mode, common problem in 2012s) a few years ago, and Toyota actually proactively replaced large portions of that system again a few weeks ago as a service campaign.