PickupTrucks.com Drives the 2014 Toyota Tundra


No new chassis, powertrain updates or major performance enhancements? So what exactly did Toyota change on the 2014 Toyota Tundra since the last generation debuted seven years ago? PickupTrucks.com Editor Mark Williams says that, although obviously not a full-on redesign, the enhancements are welcome ones that bode well for future incarnations. Previously "bubbly" exterior styling has been sharpened for greater aggressiveness, while the gauge cluster has been simplified and center stack made more user-friendly, in addition to some suspension tuning. For a detailed rundown on the changes and some perspective on Toyota's surprisingly light touch, follow the link below.

2014 Toyota Tundra: First Drive



I think auto blog put it best when they said Toyota has thrown the white towel. They've clearly given up,trying to compete with the Big Three on trucks.

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