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Toyota Tundra

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The Tundra is Toyota’s competitor in the full-size pickup truck class. Released in 2000, the American-built, second-generation Tundra is mostly unchanged since 2007. The lineup includes the off-road prowess of the TRD Pro trim or the bold styling and sportiness of the TRD Sport. Toyota’s half-ton comes standard with a suite of safety features that includes automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control. Like its competitors, the Tundra also offers top-of-the-line trims like the Platinum and 1794 Edition that bring all sorts of luxury goodies.

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Off Road Shoppers

Off-Road vehicles include four-wheel-drive SUVs and pickup trucks with the extra feature of a dual-range transfer case or dedicated crawl mode for extreme off-road driving. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

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Towing

Towing vehicles can tow a minimum of 2,000 pounds (see specifications for maximum). May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

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Tundra - 2 Generations

2007–2019 Tundra

Redesigned in 2007
2007–2019 Tundra Generation, 2019 Toyota Tundra model shown Showing the 2019 Toyota Tundra Find out if this car is the best match for you

After its initial six-year run, the half-ton Toyota Tundra got a full redesign for 2007, bringing a sleek new exterior and user-friendly interior; increased towing capacity and storage; and more safety features. Consumers could choose from three cabs, three beds and three engines, including a 381-horsepower, 5.7-liter V-8 that made 401 pounds-feet of torque. The Tundra received minor revisions in 2010: A new 4.6-liter V-8 was paired with a six-speed automatic, replacing the aging 4.7-liter. Trailer-sway control and an updated 270-hp, 4.0-liter V-6 came in 2011. After that, the Toyota Tundra saw little change until 2014, when it received subtle updates to the interior and exterior. The current Tundra offers a choice of two V-8 engines, two- or four-wheel drive, three bed lengths and two cab configurations. There’s also an optional 38-gallon gas tank for long-haulers. The second-generation pickup is beginning to age, and an all-new Tundra is expected to arrive soon.

  • MSRP Range $31,420–$50,430
  • Consumer Rating
    (5.0) 2 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab

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  • MSRP Range $31,320–$50,330
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 120 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab

Notable Features in 2018
  • Newly standard active safety features
  • Updated grille styling
  • New TRD Sport Package
  • Two cab styles
  • 38-gallon gas tank available
  • Choice of gas V-8 engines
  • MSRP Range $31,863–$60,143
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 128 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2017
  • Three cab styles, three bed lengths
  • TRD Pro Series version available
  • 38-gallon gas tank available
  • Choice of gas V-8 engines
Notable Features in 2016
  • New front-end styling for SR5, 1794 Edition models
  • TRD Pro Series version available
  • 38-gallon gas tank available
  • Choice of V-8 engines
  • Current List Price $23,584–$42,256
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 62 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2015
  • Full-size pickup
  • Three cab sizes, three bed lengths
  • New TRD Pro Series version
  • Choice of V-8 engines
Notable Features in 2014
  • New exterior design gives the truck a more aggressive look
  • An all-new interior gauge and center stack layout
  • Two new top-level trim packages called Platinum and the 1794 Edition
  • Current List Price $16,742–$35,814
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 53 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-18
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2013
  • V-6 or V-8 power
  • New Platinum trim
  • Standard automatic transmission
  • Three cab styles
  • Trailer-sway control
  • Current List Price $14,929–$34,237
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 79 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-18
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2012
  • V-6 or V-8 power
  • Standard automatic transmission
  • Three cab styles
  • Trailer-sway control
  • Current List Price $12,525–$30,481
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 63 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-18
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2011
  • Updated 4.0-liter V-6 engine
  • Trailer-sway control added
  • 12-volt power outlet
  • New headrest design
  • Max towing ratings align with future industry standards
  • Current List Price $10,852–$27,844
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 82 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2010
  • 4.6-liter V-8 and six-speed automatic replace 4.7-liter V-8 and five-speed automatic
  • New upscale Platinum Package
  • New entry-level Work Truck Package
  • Front end freshened with new two-bar grille
  • Minor interior revisions
  • Current List Price $9,656–$25,568
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.2) 20 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2009
  • Flex-fuel 5.7-liter V-8 sold in select regions
  • TRD Rock Warrior package adds offroad equipment
  • TRD Sport package adds street credibility
  • Chrome bumper standard on Double Cab, CrewMax
  • Current List Price $9,059–$24,899
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 69 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2008
  • Choice of three engines
  • Laptop-storage feature
  • Optional rearview camera
  • Giant CrewMax cab
  • New Tundra Grade trim
  • Current List Price $8,253–$22,633
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 115 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-18
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2007
  • Choice of three engines
  • Laptop-storage feature
  • Optional rearview camera
  • Giant CrewMax cab

2000–2006 Tundra

Redesigned in 2000
Showing the 2006 Toyota Tundra Find out if this car is the best match for you

The turn of the century brought a replacement for the outgoing T100: the Toyota Tundra. Arriving in 2000 and sharing many of its underpinnings with Toyota’s full-size, three-row Sequoia SUV, the Tundra came in two cab configurations with two bed-length choices. The Tundra came standard with a 190-hp, 3.4-liter V-6 that teamed with a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, while an available 4.7-liter V-8 made 245 hp and paired with the automatic. Rear-wheel drive was standard, while four-wheel drive and antilock brakes were optional. In 2002, the Tundra got new available features such as a limited-slip differential and a TRD Off-Road Package, while 2003 brought about a unique V-8 StepSide Access Cab model. In 2004, the Tundra finally gained a longer double cab, and in 2005 it gained a 245-hp, 4.0-liter V-6 while its 4.7-liter V-8 was beefed up to make 282 hp and 325 pounds-feet of torque (only to be downgraded in 2006 to 271 hp and 313 pounds-feet of torque). Both paired with a five-speed automatic; a new six-speed manual was optional. When properly equipped, the Tundra could tow up to 7,100 pounds.

  • Current List Price $5,493–$18,373
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 73 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-18
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2006
  • 236-hp V-6
  • Available 271-hp V-8
  • Variety of models
  • Off-Road and Sport packages available
  • Current List Price $4,805–$16,525
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 31 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-18
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2005
  • New 245-hp V-6
  • V-8 gains 42 hp for 2005
  • Variety of models
  • Off-Road and Sport Packages available
  • Current List Price $4,375–$16,511
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 26 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab

Notable Features in 2004
  • New Double Cab model
  • Available V-8
  • StepSide version
  • Variety of configurations
  • Off-Road and Sport packages
  • Current List Price $3,669–$13,833
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 37 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Extended Cab, Regular Cab

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  • Current List Price $3,347–$11,887
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 28 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Extended Cab, Regular Cab

  • Current List Price $1,848–$11,700
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 18 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-18
  • Body Styles:

    Extended Cab, Regular Cab

  • Current List Price $1,914–$12,110
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.3) 15 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-17
  • Body Styles:

    Extended Cab, Regular Cab

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