Toyota Tundra Features –
- Integrated Trailer Brake Controller
- Blind Spot Monitor
- 3 bed lengths available
- 38-gallon fuel tank
Before it rolls down the assembly line or appears in a showroom, Tundra was first styled in California and Michigan. We created Tundra with the American consumer in mind right from the start. Inspiration was taken from all over the nation to design the legendary new Tundra.
How do you tow over 10,000 lbs.? With staggered, outboard-mounted shocks for better torsional stability, a heavy-duty C-channel TripleTech™ frame like what’s found on a dump truck, plus an available trailer hitch included with the i-FORCE 5.7L V8 that utilizes 12 bolts secured to either frame rail. While towing, all critical vehicle information is contained within the combination meter, including a voltmeter, coolant temperature, fuel and engine oil pressure gauges. Bring it on.
What are critics saying about the Toyota Tundra?
The full-size pickup truck is an unabashedly and proudly American creation. Baseball, apple pie, pickup trucks, etc. So it is perhaps understandable, then, that the 2016 Toyota Tundra finds itself at a disadvantage compared to the full-size trucks from Ford, GM and Ram. But it’s actually not because the Tundra is from a Japanese company (though it’s built in Texas). Read More >>
Car and Driver –
It’s available in a myriad of body styles, bed lengths, and rear- or four-wheel drive. Powertrains include either a standard 310-hp 4.6-liter V-8 or an optional 381-hp 5.7-liter V-8; both engines team up with a six-speed automatic transmission. Maximum towing rates at 10,500 pounds; maximum payload is 2060 pounds. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
Ride and handling, on the other hand, are secure on- and off-road while the seats provide plenty of support. We also said in a 2014 First Test of 1794 Edition model that the cabin is noisier than its competitors while the exterior design isn’t as fresh. Additionally, the 5.7-liter V-8 isn’t as quick as some of its competitors that use more advanced powertrains. Interior space, on the other hand, is generous especially the huge rear seats. For those who want maximum off-road performance, we said in a 2015 First Drive review that the Tundra TRD Pro feels better the faster it can go. Additionally, it doesn’t get disturbed easily and features excellent steering response and a well-tuned suspension than can cope with high-speed off-roading. Read More >>