Toyota's entry in the full-size pickup sweepstakes, the Tundra promises consumers typical truck muscle combined with the brand's trademark reliability. Although it's not available in heavy-duty form like its American counterparts, the Tundra proved early on that it could tow and haul with the same gusto as the top-selling domestic pickups. For 2014, the line comes in for a complete redesign aimed at greater refinement and more distinctive style.
The Tundra receives tough new exterior styling and a fresh interior with greater sophistication and comfort.Read more »
The ultimate Tundra carries the suffix 1794 to commemorate the year the ranch land under its San Antonio factory was settled. The obligatory crew cab is outfitted with saddle-brown leather upholstery with suede accents, matching leather dash and door panel coverings, and wood-grain trim. The exterior receives a unique grille treatment, LED running lights, and chrome bumper caps. Special badging and six-spoke 20-inch wheels complete the picture.
As expected in a line-topper, the 1794 is loaded with upgrades, including a sunroof, navigation, a 12-speaker JBL sound system, and the iForce 5.7-liter V8.
Available with a double or crew cab, the midrange Limited comes with popular interior upgrades like heated leather seats, a power sliding rear window, and dual-zone automatic climate control. The Entune Premium audio system includes navigation, a mobile app suite, and Bluetooth compatibility.
Outside, there's five-spoke 20-inch alloy wheels, chrome mirrors and door handles, and a specific grille design. The iForce V8 is standard starting with the Limited.
Adventuresome buyers can order the TDR Off-Road Package, which outfits the Limited with 18-inch wheels, dedicated off-terrain tires, and performance springs and shocks.
While the 1794 acknowledges the Tundra's western roots, the Platinum is designed to deliver contemporary urban luxury. To that end, the interior features perforated leather seats in black, and generous chrome and brushed metal trim. Otherwise, it's equipped like the 1794, which means you get everything from ventilated front seats to sonar parking assist.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Toyota Tundra 2WD Truck$24,988 | 19,599 mi
2013 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$27,988 | 18,585 mi
2013 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$31,955 | 4,948 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$25,955 | 38,774 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$26,998 | 27,248 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra 2WD Truck$27,395 | 30,157 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$27,795 | 27,337 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$27,850 | 30,304 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$27,895 | 25,678 mi
2012 Toyota Tundra$39,500 | 13,501 mi
2011 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$23,987 | 66,487 mi
2011 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$26,910 | 15,521 mi
2011 Toyota Tundra$27,499 | 18,922 mi
2011 Toyota Tundra$32,900 | 31,000 mi
2011 Toyota Tundra$33,900 | 36,000 mi
2010 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$23,539 | 49,682 mi
2010 Toyota Tundra$25,416 | 96,835 mi
2010 Toyota Tundra$27,252 | 48,852 mi
2010 Toyota Tundra$34,900 | 48,000 mi
2010 Toyota Tundra$37,500 | 19,155 mi
2008 Toyota Tundra$26,995 | 62,771 mi
2008 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck$28,488 | 34,854 mi
2007 Toyota Tundra$15,998 | 99,630 mi
2007 Toyota Tundra$18,870 | 54,994 mi
2007 Toyota Tundra$19,803 | 101,644 mi
2003 Toyota Tundra$11,950 | 118,303 mi
2002 Toyota Tundra$7,495 | 124,130 mi
2000 Toyota Tundra$8,814 | 147,022 mi
Efficient engines, quiet inside, lacks high-end interior packages
Strong turbo V6, car-like ride, starting to feel dated
Refined interior, fine handling, towing capability trails some
Spacious and relatively nimble, but outdated in most respects