2015 Toyota Tundra consumer reviews

$28,510–$33,390 MSRP range
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97% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.9
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4.9

It’s a Toyota. Of course it’s awesome.

Fantastic truck that can get me everywhere I want to go. My only complaint is it’s a gas hog. But I knew that when I made the decision to purchase it.

5.0

AMAZING truck as and looks great

This truck is exactly what I need and want. It has everything I could need to go camping, offloading and the whole package. It can tow and custom wheels. It also has exactly the looking I want.

4.6

perfectly reliable.

we travel off road hundreds of miles into very remote places. We require absolute reliability. These trucks do just that and increase our security and peace of mind as a result.

4.9

Put quite simply, I LOVE THIS TRUCK!

17 years ago, I bought 2002 GMC 1500 extended cab 2WD as grad gift for myself. It was ok. Not much on power and least expensive model. I never "loved" it and it was never enough truck for what I needed. It was horrible to pull a load with. For past 10 years, I've been driving cars as my primary vehicle and recently decided to trim down the fleet and get rid of my old truck AND car and get just a nice truck for my everyday driver. Not learning my lesson on not having enough power, I bought used (43k miles) 2015 Tundra Crewmax 2WD w/ 4.6L engine. I really liked the truck overall yet it seemed lacking power when in cruise control going over even the slightest hills. I never tried towing anything with it. I recently took it on trip on unpaved mountain roads and passes. In total I drove it 10k miles. It actually did the job yet not without worry. It had great ground clearance for a 2WD-much more than my 02 GMC for sure. Yet not having 4WD low range on mountain roads was a noticeable deficiency. Though basically satisfied with the truck, I seriously regretted not getting the truck that I really wanted to save a few bucks. So, I decided to pull the trigger on the truck I should have bought and traded the 2015 2WD Tundra for a much, much nicer certified-pre-owed (41k miles) 2015 Tundra Crewmax; 5.7 IForce; 4x4;1794 Edition. It is twice the truck that the 4.6L Tundra was. MUCH more HP with only minimal fuel efficiency sacrifice. Definitely worth having the 5.7L. The 5.7L on cruise control traverses hills flawlessly and without much notice to the driver while the 4.6L put up quite the fuss having to constantly drop down to lower gear and rev up the engine, even on VERY slight uphill grades. After owning and driving both, I'm not sure why anyone would buy the 4.6L. If you are looking for fuel economy you shouldn't be shopping Tundras anyway. Giving up only 1.5-2 MGP for the HP that the 5.7 L offers is a no-brainer. The 5.7 drives MUCH, MUCH better and smoother and has PLENTY of power. The 1794 saddle leather interior is truly well done. Of course the 1794 comes with ALL the bells and whistles and even a sun roof that I honestly will prob never use. The 5.7 is provides a very quiet and smooth ride on the highway although at 70-75 mph it does run about 2k RPMs which is noticeably higher than the RPMs the 4.6L ran at. No doubt the cause for the higher RPM is the 4.3:1 gear ratio which is geared a bit lower than one might be accustomed to. So far, the only "complaint" I have for this truck (as well as the 4.6L) is that there is NO STORAGE UNDER REAR SEATS. It is baffling to me that Toyota didn't include this when it is obvious that there is room there to work with. I have always carried a rifle in my truck and this truck is not equipped with the space that one could store a rifle. In my 02 GMC, it fit nicely under the back seats. There are apparently some after-market products for this and you can just cut carpet under seats and install storage box. Just seems that having quality factory installation would have been preferable. Overall though this truck is AWESOME and I simply LOVE it!!! Looking forward to taking the 5.7 4x4 off road.

5.0

Very comfortable truck. Very quiet. Super roomy

Love it. Roomy, comfortable seats, and nice video navigation in console.. Lots of power for my towing small trailer. Quiet motor and nice bed-liner for hauling items.

5.0

BEST TRUCK EVER

One of the best trucks I have ever owned! I would recommend this truck to anyone looking for a great truck. Very powerful and great on gas.

4.9

Most Dependable Vehicle I've Ever Owned

This truck is the best vehicle I have ever owned. It handles off road and snow for safe traveling. It has a roomy cab and rear seat that fits 5 grown adults very comfortable.

5.0

I love my truck keeps the most resale value

Almost 100k miles with my 1794 edition tundra 0 problems not even an engine light on, the only thing I’ve Been spend on my tundra is for oil change and a new set of tires at 80k miles it’s unbelievable cuz one of my friends has a 2018 eco-boost and he’s been on the dealer for repairs out of pocket money but still it’s crazy how bad Ford is, anyways best truck I’ve ever owned 👌🏼

4.4

An honest truck

SR double cab 4.6 4x4 3yrs and 55k, average 19mpg. I really like this truck and it is my daily driver. Never had a problem, just regular maintenance. Very comfortable even on a 4 hour drive. It is fairly quiet also.

5.0

Truck I've always wanted

Vehicle met all my needs and looks great in my driveway. Strongly suggest this awesome truck. Enough room for the family and tows my boat.