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2014 Toyota Tundra
2014 toyota tundra
2014 Toyota Tundra

2014 Toyota Tundra

MSRP
$26,200 - $47,600
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
13-16 / 17-20 mpg
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After years of standing pat, Toyota has finally pulled the trigger on a major restyling of the full-size Tundra. It's not the complete overhaul you might expect at this point in the truck's life cycle, though. Toyota has left the Tundra's powertrain and suspension hardware largely unchanged, and that's a potential liability in the light-duty See more

2014 Toyota Tundra

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2014 Toyota Tundra

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Expert Reviews

U.S. News & World Report - Cars

2014 Toyota Tundra: What You Need to Know

The 2014 Toyota Tundra's low safety scores, underpowered base engine, imprecise handling, and unimpressive interior contribute to its low ranking among full-size pickup trucks.
Edmunds.com

2014 Toyota Tundra REVIEW

After years of standing pat, Toyota has finally pulled the trigger on a major restyling of the full-size Tundra. It's not the complete overhaul you might expect at this point in the truck's life cycle, though. Toyota has left the Tundra's powertrain and suspension hardware largely unchanged, and that's a potential liability in the light-duty full-size truck class, in which competitors continue to set new benchmarks for fuel economy and ride comfort. Recently, Edmunds.com gave the 2014 Toyota Tundra an overall "B" rating and we praised the practical interior and updated styling. If you're a fan of traditional truck styling, this truck should be right up your alley. The previously rounded edges have given way to squared-off lines, even around the fenders. The hood sits higher than before, with a larger, brighter grille out front. Should you doubt Toyota's intent to give its full-size pickup a huskier image, you can't miss the large "Tundra" badge stamped into the tailgate. Inside, last year's deep instrument binnacles have been replaced by a traditional gauge cluster that's far more handsome and readable. What's more, the previously heroic reach to the Tundra's radio and climate knobs has been remedied by a center stack that's now 2.6 inches closer to the driver. Toyota has also added its Entune suite of smartphone-connected services to help bring the Tundra more in line with its competition. Although the ability to stream Internet radio and search for points of interest on Bing are nice features, we would have liked to see the automaker add another USB port or two, as even top trims have only a single port (whereas competitors offer multiple charging ports). Otherwise, the 2014 Toyota Tundra feels much like last year's truck. The entry-level V6 remains just that, while the midrange 4.6-liter V8 is smooth and capable. The top-of-the-line 5.7-liter V8 is stellar, as good as anything the competition is offering -- except in the fuel economy department. Ride quality is also a bit behind the times, as the Toyota is choppy over bumps. To top it off, the Tundra feels like the big truck it is, whereas newer rivals feel smaller and more maneuverable. If refinement comes as an afterthought to workhorse duties, the 2014 Toyota Tundra remains a worthy option for a full-size truck. Still, the competition matches its abilities while offering superior fuel economy, road manners and tech features in the cabin. The Ram 1500 is our top pick in this class, especially with its diesel engine option for 2014, and the redesigned Chevrolet Silverado (and its GMC Sierra twin) is another great choice. The Ford F-150 is getting on in years as well, but it remains a solid all-around choice, particularly with its strong yet efficient EcoBoost V6 engine option.
Motor Trend

2014 Toyota Tundra Limited First Drive

For 2014, the Toyota Tundra receives a refresh and the addition of a new premium model, the 1794 Edition. The powertrains continue from the previous model
Motor Trend

2014 Toyota Tundra First Look

Toyota rolled out its new 2014 Tundra pickup at the Chicago Auto Show Thursday, launching its latest salvo in the never-ending pickup war. Read on to learn more on the 2014 Toyota Tundra set to debut at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show brought to you by the automotive experts at Motor Trend.
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