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Toyota Launching Tacoma, 4Runner, and Tundra TRD Pro Models — Motor Trend WOT

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Toyota 4-Runner truck

2014 Toyota Tundra Edition CrewMax 4×4 Test

Calling these a raptor rip off is dumb. It’s another trim in the Toyota just like everyone Toyota’s had their TRD Off Road for years adding locking and skid plates with decals etc. This is of a TRD off road package that more aggressive tires and a Toyota trucks have been known as tough off trucks right out of the box. needs reinforcement, nothing improvement. These things an extremely nice reputation all the world for their ruggedness and where they have no where, in America, we have a of off road trails that are more and more extinct due to humpers crying and idiots and damaging the trails.

The 4runner, nothing comes to it in it’s class except Lexus cousin. You can argue the Grand Cherokee, but that nothing more of a rugged car a 2 speed transfer case crappy suspension travel the 4Runner’s rigid body on construction and ridiculously tough In all honesty, ALL 4Runner 4x4s come with this lift as standard because new ones all seem to be dragging chins for the sake of fuel TRD Pro 4Runner should’ve just the updated Trail Edition the only difference between the two is the lift/shocks and cosmetics. The Nissan isn’t a competitor to the 4Runner, nor can it hold a candle to the 4Runner’s off prowess. With an archaic suspension setup, limited travel and horrible angles of and break over. Factor in very low rent interior and top driving dynamics, it’s not a competitor at all.

The Tacoma TRD Pro is pretty much the majority of Tacoma owners do; buy a new Tacoma and lift it.

Toyota 4-Runner truck

As for the Tundra TRD Pro, I’m lost as to who they’re aiming for you really don’t see Full trucks doing any real core off roading that the added lift and nice Other than splashing mud pits or driving through trails, full size don’t blast through speed trails or drive the rubicon trail. If the TRD Pro Tundra is near a Ford Raptor, be obvious which one you’d I’d very much buy a locking rear diff, limited slip diff travel Raptor than a with a modest lift kit and wheels.

It doesn’t take much to a competitive truck for the Raptor. Ram is a classic example, an expensive one at You can take any 1/2 ton pick up truck, $10,000 (give or take) on a travel suspension lift traction aiding devices and wheels and you’ll have a just as capable as the Raptor. The added cost comes the fact that it doesn’t ugly like the regular with it’s soft looks. Other than the that the Raptor has a nice front and rear and a custom it’s really not that structurally from a regular

Even Ford says the isn’t intended to be a Baja out of the box which is why you got the bending frame from people driving it as if it was a truck. As a matter of fact, if the was a Baja spec truck, be a nightmare to drive. So if the Tundra TRD Pro is $15,000 cheaper than a I’d say it’s a decent but anything more than and I’d call it a rip off. Buy a 4×4 Tundra, spend a few bucks on a TOYOTA grill with the lift and wheel/tire of your choice and you’ll

a better deal.

Toyota 4-Runner truck
Toyota 4-Runner truck
Toyota 4-Runner truck
Toyota 4-Runner truck

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