2014 toyota Tundra Sr5

2014 Toyota Tundra Sr5: Revamped for 2014, the Toyota Tundra returns with an enhanced inside and even more technology features. The brand-new vehicle's outside styling is evolutionary, maintaining a tough but conservative look.

2014 Toyota Tundra Sr5


The Tundra is Toyota's full-size vehicle, slotting above the Tacoma. It is readily available with three engine options, rear- or 4x4, 3 taxicab configurations, and also with a basic or long bed.

Car Summary

The Tundra is a tiny player in the full-size vehicle segment because of its aging powertrains as well as absence of improvement compared to rivals from General Motors, Ford, and Ram. A 4.0-liter V-6 producing 270 hp and also 278 lb-ft of torque, a 4.6-liter V-8 making 310 hp and 327 lb-ft, and also a 5.7-liter V-8 producing 381 hp and 401 lb-ft paired to a 5- or six-speed automated rollover from the pre-refresh Tundra. Toyota improved the truck by enhancing the trip quality, retuning the suspension for much better security, as well as minimizing roadway noise to improve comfort on-road. Off the pavement, the truck stays comfortable, removing harsh surface areas. Pertaining to fuel economic climate, the EPA rates the rear-drive Toyota Tundra 16/20 mpg city/highway for V-6 versions, 15/19 mpg with the 4.6-liter V-8, as well as 13/18 with the 5.7-liter V-8. Four-wheel drive is just readily available on the V-8 designs as well as they are ranked at 14/18 mpg for the 4.6-liter while the 5.7-liter accomplishes 13/17 mpg.

While Toyota enhanced the 2014 Tundra's inside, it lags behind rivals due to irregular use soft as well as tough plastics. Wind sound remains a concern regardless of efforts making the cabin much more premium compared to in the past. Enhanced seats make the cabin a better place to hang around in while the large back seats have enough space for full-sized grownups. The enhancement of a new infomercial system and also basic Entune Costs Sound updates the 2014 Tundra.

Relying on the design, the Toyota Tundra has a 3- as well as four-star total security ranking from the NHTSA (out of a feasible 5 star) while IIHS has given it a great rating across 4 classifications (great is the highest feasible rating) except the tiny overlap front classification, where it has not been tested.

What We Think

The Tundra's carryover powertrains hold it back when compared to full-size vehicles from GM, Ford, as well as Ram, which are geared up with more advanced as well as efficient engines and transmissions. In a Very first Test testimonial of a 2014 Tundra 1794 CrewMax Edition, we stated that the brand-new model remains to hang back its competitors in gas economy, showing a "Texas-size thirst for gasoline." In addition, in our Very first Drive evaluation, we noted the deceptive nature of the inside, which "resembled a strong hunk of aluminum removed an Audi and feeling 3-cent plastic."

You'll Like

-Toyota integrity
-Big rear seat
-Qualified off-road

You Will not Like

-Poor fuel economic situation
-Loud interior
-Uncreative exterior styling

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