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2017 Toyota Tundra
2017 toyota tundra
2017 Toyota Tundra

2017 Toyota Tundra

MSRP
$30,120 - $50,130
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
13-15 / 17-19 mpg
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By most measures, there is a lot to like about the 2017 Toyota Tundra. After all, this is a brawny, full-size truck that can tow up to 10,500 pounds or haul just over a ton of cargo. You also get your choice of one of two available V8 engines. And with a lineup that runs the gamut from basic work truck to posh personal pickup or off-road bruiser, See more

2017 Toyota Tundra

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2017 Toyota Tundra

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U.S. News & World Report

2017 Toyota Tundra: What You Need to Know

The 2017 Toyota Tundra ranks near the bottom of its class. It has a good predicted reliability rating, spacious rear seats, and an easy-to-use infotainment system. However, it offers only V8 engines and has some of the highest ownership costs among full-size pickup trucks.
Edmunds.com

2017 Toyota Tundra REVIEW

By most measures, there is a lot to like about the 2017 Toyota Tundra. After all, this is a brawny, full-size truck that can tow up to 10,500 pounds or haul just over a ton of cargo. You also get your choice of one of two available V8 engines. And with a lineup that runs the gamut from basic work truck to posh personal pickup or off-road bruiser, there's bound to be a Tundra that suits your needs. Unfortunately, times have changed in the full-size pickup segment, and the Tundra hasn't seen an all-new generation debut since the 2007 model year. As such, the 2017 Tundra can't match the advancements the current segment leaders have made in some areas. The Ford F-150, for example, offers a weight-saving aluminum body and an optional turbocharged V6 engine that delivers substantial towing and hauling capability with much better fuel economy. Also on that must-consider list should be the Ram 1500 with its available fuel-efficient EcoDiesel powertrain and smooth-riding coil spring rear suspension. The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and new Nissan Titan (and heavier-duty Nissan Titan XD) are worth a look, too. Ultimately, the made-in-America 2017 Toyota Tundra has its share of good qualities, but it's not enough to push it to the top of the full-size truck category this year.
Consumer Reports

2017 Toyota Tundra Review: Dated Disrupter

Although all the other major players have been redesigned in the past few years, the Tundra is a decade-old design—making it the least refined and most dated in the segment.
Motor Trend

2017 Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition 4x4 Review

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Car and Driver

2017 Toyota Tundra

2017 Toyota Tundra
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2017 Toyota Tundra 5.7L V-8 CrewMax 4x4 review

Toyota's second-generation big rig turns 10.
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