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The Toyota Tundra boasts enormous size, impressive interior space, and optional 5. But Toyota must enhance its cabin materials and give a more inspirational exterior design to outpace its top rivals. Completely redesigned in , the Toyota Tundra is both bigger and stronger than the preceding generation, and its strong 5. Lots of interior and passenger space is another benefit and with the Tundra, you have your choice of three cabs — the Regular Cab, the Double Cab, and the CrewMax Cab.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that the Toyota Tundra is a Top Safety Pick, with recognition for good performance in front, side, rear and stability control testing. It is fully capable of handling heavy work its maximum towing capacity is over 10, pounds , is pleasant to drive and comfortable to ride around in.
Regular and Double Cabs could be arranged with a 6. The SR5 adds an additional set of speakers, cruise control, power accessories, keyless entry, a telescoping steering wheel, and rear heater ducts. Notable options for the Toyota Tundra include a navigation system, a backup camera, driver seat memory, inch wheels, and tires as well as on the CrewMax, a sunroof.
An appearance package which contains monochromatic styling components is readily available for Regular and Double Cab configurations. The Toyota Tundra offers three engine options: The conventional horsepower 4. The first two include five-speed automatic transmissions, while the 5. Since the 5. Toyota employed several technologies to permit the 5. Variable valve timing optimizes engine performance for changing conditions and requirements, and the six-speed automatic transmission employs a low first gear to aid low-speed acceleration and two overdrive gears to optimize highway gas mileage numbers.
All variations of the Toyota Tundra may be outfitted with a two-wheel or four-wheel drive system, and all trucks arrive with a limited-slip rear differential. Light, precise steering makes for effortless maneuvering in parking lots, but some buyers might find it a bit too light at highway speeds. Handling is predictable when turning, with minimal body roll, though the Tundra does not hold a substantial advantage over its rivals in this field.
Braking performance is a strong point, as the Tundra has a good, progressive pedal feel and respectable stopping distances, with minimal fade under heavy usage. Inside the Toyota Tundra, it is clear that the designers put their emphasis on usefulness and durability. The front seats are adapting, the storage areas and cupholders are ample in size, and build quality is tight. The attractive gauges are not as easy to read as they could be, as a result of individual binnacle design.
And even though the center stack controls are big and well organized, they are quite a stretch to reach from the driver seat, particularly in Tundras equipped with the navigation system. The Regular Cab offers comfy seats in addition to a generous quantity of interior cargo space. In Double Cabs, the backseat is completely usable for adults, while the CrewMax provides the roomiest rear seat of any pickup truck.
Having a limolike The Toyota Tundra projects the right image that many buyers of full-size pickups desire. Its tall grille and hood and conspicuous front fenders make it as imposing as any major truck. However, it keeps its Toyota identity. A longer cab, bigger rear doors, and a shorter bed distinguish the CrewMax from the Double Cab.
For , Toyota provides the lowest-cost form of the two-door Regular Cab version styling consistent with that of a work truck.
Elements include a chrome bumper and matte-black grille surround. Antilock disc brakes, traction control, stability control, front-seat side airbags and full-size side curtain airbags are standard. In government crash testing, the Toyota Tundra scored four stars out of five in frontal impact tests for both driver and passenger. And by using a manual on the internet or by keeping it on your computer, you have convenient replies when you are not in the vehicle.
A top pick for a full-size pick-up, the Toyota Tundra gets it right concerning functionality, work capability, road manners, and available configurations and gear. Equipped using the optional 5. I love doing that so much that I built this website. You'll find new car builds from my channel here as well as car buying tips. If you don't see the new car you're researching, contact me and I'll be happy to do a video review!
I'll assume you're OK with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More. SR5 The SR5 adds an additional set of speakers, cruise control, power accessories, keyless entry, a telescoping steering wheel, and rear heater ducts. Options Notable options for the Toyota Tundra include a navigation system, a backup camera, driver seat memory, inch wheels, and tires as well as on the CrewMax, a sunroof.
Exterior The Toyota Tundra projects the right image that many buyers of full-size pickups desire. Safety Antilock disc brakes, traction control, stability control, front-seat side airbags and full-size side curtain airbags are standard. You may also like. First Look at the Toyota Highlander March 24, Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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