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2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 V8 4×4 Double Cab 6.6 ft. box 145.7 in. WB SR5 V8 (A6) Electronic 6-Speed w/OD

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Introduction

The Tundra is a full-size pickup realistic work capability and offers three engines, cabs, three bed sizes and trim levels in most configurations.We’ve found the Tundra to be a comfortable truck for towing a enclosed car trailer over distances.Towing capacities top 10,000 on some models, and maximum ratings exceed 2,000

For 2014, there is a new Tundra in of appearance.Most of the body panels are and to our eyes better looking.The electronics and cabin trimming are new and look better than seats in four-door models are comfortable and allow more storage.A rearview camera is on every 2014 Tundra.The suspension and everything underneath are the same with only calibration changes most won’t notice.

The 2014 Tundra lineup is simpler before.The two-door Regular Cab comes in entry-level trim and only with a long Double Cab with conventional secondary rear side seats five or six and comes 6.5- or 8-foot beds.The big has four full-size doors, seat five, and comes a 5.5-foot bed and vertically sliding window that completely

The 2014 Tundra lineup introduces the 1794 Edition, the new top of the that appeals to buyers who like to be on the range.Named for the ranch on the Tundra factory sits, the has requisite big badges, cowboy-color and ultrasuede interior, woodgrain and things like ventilated seats and big JBL sound system to the ride after a long work.Other Tundra models more towing capability, but a Tundra 1794 loaded five cowboys can tow more four tons.

Updated systems for 2014 all use Toyota’s name.Even the least expensive has a touchscreen, CD player, iPod and Bluetooth, and the higher the trim the features get added: SiriusXM radio, HD radio, subscription-free and traffic (where HD radio is in urban areas, through smartphone cellular data those regions), GraceNote expanded voiced recognition compound commands, navigation, traffic, radio buffer lets you pause up to 20 minutes of radio for later playback, App Suite (Bing, Pandora, Table, Facebook Places, and more) and a 440-watt JBL sound

Tundra’s double overhead-cam V8 engine is rated at 381 horsepower and 401 of torque.It’s a good truck with EPA fuel-economy ratings of mpg City/Highway, or 13/17 mpg with and standard on most Tundra newer competitors offer power, more mileage or but the real world difference to be 1-2 mpg.Tundra remains the only pickup to publish tow ratings meet a standard all full-size agreed to for 2013, and those tend to lower existing the other manufacturers are continuing to use own in-house ratings.

The smaller 4.6-liter dohc V8 is rated at 310 horsepower and 327 pound-feet of with slightly better EPA ratings of 15/20 mpg City/Highway, mpg with 4WD.Both V8 engines with a 6-speed automatic 4.6-liter V8 is a good choice for who do not plan to do a lot of towing.

The 4.0-liter V6, only on some 2WD Tundras, 270 horsepower, 278 pound-feet of torque and EPA of 16/20 mpg City/Highway.V6 models tow as much as the V8s but easily better the V8s for due to the lighter weight of the engine.The V6 with a 5-speed automatic.It’s the choice for a budget or intercity truck, but the 4.6-liter V8’s refinement could easily be the nominal fuel economy

Lineup

The 2014 Toyota comes in three body Regular Cab with 8-foot bed, 4-door Double Cab 6 1/2-foot standard bed or 8-foot bed, and 4-door Crew Max a 5 1/2-foot short bed.All on a 146-inch wheelbase except the Cab long bed at 165 inches.Every Tundra is with part-time four-wheel and some 5.7 V8 models are flex-fuel.Double Cab is is SR, SR5 and Limited trim levels.CrewMax are offered in SR5, Limited, and 1794 Edition models all 5.5-foot beds.

Tundra SR in Regular Cab ($25,920) with an bed and Double Cab ($26,810) body and a choice of 4.0-liter V6 with automatic transmission, 4.6-liter V8, or V8 ($28,465).SR trim comes a fabric-upholstered 40/20/40-split bench air conditioning, carpet, Entune system (6.1-inch touchscreen tilt steering wheel, windows and locks, dual points, cruise control, rear seats on four black front bumper and trim, tow hooks on 4WD, power mirrors, easy tailgate and 18-inch steel SR comes with two-wheel or four-wheel drive.Options on SR trim cargo rail retention tow hitch on 4.6 Double Cab, and a Truck package with seat and floor that cruise control, power and map lights.

Tundra SR5 trim to SR with fog lamps, more outside, Entune Audio (7-inch hi-resolution touchscreen, radio with 90-day HD radio with iTunes and weather/traffic in metro areas, with a smartphone), dark-tint sliding rear window, and instruments with 3.5-inch SR5 is available in Double Cab ($29,465) or ($31,825) versions with or 4×4 drivelines and a choice of V8 or 5.7-liter V8.Optional equipment alloy wheels.SR5 Upgrade includes bucket front power driver seat, and shift, tilt and telescope wheel, rear underseat tray.The TRD Off-Road Package Bilstein shocks, unique wheels and Michelin tires, plates, rear side privacy glass; and tow hooks on


Tundra Limited upgrades to climate control, leather heated 10/4-way power seats, 20-inch alloy leather tilt/telescope steering with audio and Bluetooth power sliding rear (horizontal on Double Cab, on CrewMax), auto-dimming mirror, rail tie-down cleat Entune App Suite, navigation, audio system and alarm are TRD package, moonroof and blind-spot cross traffic alert on Limited Premium package auto up/down power park sensors front and remote keyless entry.All Limited models come 5.7-liter V8 in Double Cab ($36,94) and ($38,845), with 4×2 or

Tundra Platinum ($44,270) get perforated leather diamond-quilt upholstery, heated/cooled front driver memory system, JBL system, color-matched bumpers and trim, auto-dimming power-folding mirrors, moonroof, park and glass breakage sensor.All Platinum models come 5.7-liter V8 and CrewMax but offer a of 4×2 or 4×4 ($47,320).Blind-spot is available.

Tundra 1794 has Platinum-grade features and options, but unique upholstery with and woodgrain trim, silver bumper and grille, 1794 and offers chrome-clad wheels as an option.All Tundra 1794 come with 5.7-liter V8 and but offer a choice of 4×2 or 4×4 ($47,320).

Running are optional on any Tundra four-door cab and heated towing mirrors are on any with the 5.7-liter V8.(All are Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail and do not include destination charges.)

features that come on every model include and side-impact airbags for driver and passenger (the latter an off switch in Regular Cab models), airbags with rollover driver and passenger knee four-wheel disc brakes ABS, brake assist and brake-force distribution, electronic control with traction and trailer sway control.The rearview camera can enhance by helping the driver spot behind the truck when up.Parking sensors front and and blind-spot monitoring are available on models.

Walkaround

This Toyota Tundra is an honest-to-goodness, pickup, regardless of how you measure.By width, track and height it is the largest of half-ton pickups.Now off and angularized like a body-builder’s it’s the most visually Tundra yet.

For 2014 the lines that led to an inflated are gone.The leading edge of the is more than an inch and a higher than before but you notice from the driver’s because the gain is all out front.And the top is lower, so while SR/SR5, Platinum and 1794 all get different arrangements, those grilles are larger than before.We call it blunt but it does if you hit a wall you’ll worry the wall more than the

Bumpers at both ends are If you bend a corner on a post you only the corner, not the entire lights are recessed for protection and are single-bulb units; we couldn’t performance given lightning but every example we drove SR5 to 1794 had a manual in-cab for vertical aim, handy for light on the road with a or trailer on.

We find the rear view improved than the front, the horizontal aspect framed by vertical lights.The Tundra is embossed in the lower right so no one will remove the name tailgate is damped to avoid a thunk when opened, and Tundra has a rearview camera the Toyota-stamped tailgate latch.Trailer have been moved the bumper: License plate illuminate the area at night.The An aftermarket bumper calls for wiring work.

The horizontal lines carry the full feet, amplified by larger, wheelwell openings fitted deeper lines.It’s labeled as new but the roof of every cab and the majority of the panels look the same to observers, so any styling change in the is nominal.

All four-door Tundras running boards which a couple of inches off the step-up drivers or those with knees may appreciate them, will only get their dirty or hang them up off the somewhere.

Wheels vary in and style with chrome available on the 1794, but we’d with the alloys it comes

Nothing stands out in the bed layouts or with plenty of molding for 2x8s to create multiple levels.A deck rail along all sides except the offers tie-down cleats for load securement.

Interior

A cab is big, regardless of which one it Regular Cab will hold a 5-gallon paint bucket on the floor in back.Only an F-150 has more rear seat than a CrewMax, and the Tundra Cab matches the new Silverado Double Cab for

Materials are generally appropriate.Base can have rubber flooring than standard carpet, and the fancy top-line models easy-clean hard lower panels where your wills scuff them.

from the driver’s seat is good.The bodywork corners are well defined, and the pillars too big.Rear-seat headrests that are enough to protect a 6-foot, rider drop forward a good view through the window, and that defrostable disappears vertically like an old not just sliding the center sideways.A rearview camera is on all models.Park sensors for both are available on upper trims.

The mirrors are large, and can be adjusted to a panoramic view aft of the front optional tow mirrors (or preference) a large traditional element power operated, with a convex mirror at the bottom manually adjustable.Adjusted properly are no blind spots.The mirrors can be extended outward to help the see around trailers, and they can be inward when parked to the chance of damage in tight

Front seats are comfortably but not too soft, with modest bolsters to hold you in place making entry/exit a chore.Deep bottoms provide ample support, adjustable on some.The upholstery feels durable and the do to a varying extent; we were cautious with jean on the Platinum’s diamond-quilted cowhide.We’ve the seats very comfortable for thousands of miles.

The backrest on Tundra Double Cab seats is now reclined nearly the angle of before for better cozy for adults but not markedly than a SuperCab, King Quad Cab or GM Double Cab.The fold up in a 60/40 split for large cargo on the floor.

Toyota Tundra Double Cab

is the adult rear seat with recline and essentially no room or comfort than the except your feet resting on an angled floor.For this rear seat up just as the Double Cab, the loading height and increasing space notably.

Tundra has its share of interior storage and passenger seatback in the Regular Cab forward to present a flat for a desktop, and the front bench center section pivots to reveal an otherwise fully storage compartment.

Storage for and ends and beverage containers to 22 is plentiful and varies by cab and trim seats means a center with padded armrest as wide on the driver side and of capacity within.The floor is a gated unit that no thumb or finger button-pushing and gets the wrong gear.The shifter with manual +/- is big, so big it might block of the nav/audio screen for shorter

Ergonomics inside the Tundra are better because the center controls are now in the center of the truck, not three inches to the right.The rotary knob is still a reach, but no longer feels you’re searching the glovebox for omni-directional air vents get what you where you need it, and the climate are easy to use.Only some dash switches adjacent the column may be difficult to see.

are clear white-on-black, only the models lack a rev counter, oil and voltage indicators; the transmission temperature gauge has been by a warning light.Bezel notches on the gauges match the gradations so appear asymmetrical.The 3.5-inch is easy to read and operate, in because it doesn’t offer as information or configurability as most

Audio systems are new for 2014.All iPod/USB integration, Bluetooth and a display, with radio and voice recognition expanding by can get navigation on an SR5 and the JBL sound system on a while Platinum and 1794 with everything.However, even on a CrewMax with three points there is only one USB

Driving Impression

Despite the overhead-camshaft, four-valve-per-cylinder architectures, the V8s tend to make their power earlier at lower where you want it in a truck, most competitors’ engines.All the figures quoted below are on ratings for flex-fuel, E85 engines vary.

The 4.0-liter V6 is sufficient for propelling a Tundra and towing a lighter say 3500 pounds or less, on flat terrain.Its 270 horsepower is 35 hp shy of Ford’s 3.7-liter or Ram’s V6, but Toyota’s 4.0-liter V6 doesn’t to be revved to 6500 rpm and torque is at 278 pound-feet.GM’s new 4.3-liter V6 is 285 hp but wins on torque at 305 pound-feet.All three an EPA fuel economy edge, in because they use 6- and 8-speed where the V6 Tundra uses a automatic.

The 4.6-liter V8 delivers 310 327 pound-feet of torque.Fuel economy is an 16 mpg Combined city and highway.The 4.6-liter V8 is smooth enough to use in Lexus luxury SUVs.Ram’s 5.7-liter and 8-speed automatic get economy.Ford’s 5.0-liter delivers 360 hp similar EPA ratings.GM’s new 5.3-liter 355 hp and better economy.At just 1 EPA mile per gallon lower the 4.0-liter V6, Tundra’s 4.6-liter V8 consideration for general-purpose use where capacity is not paramount.Tundra’s 4.6-liter V8 with a 6-speed automatic.

The V8 produces 381 horsepower, 401 pound-feet of Hemi slightly eclipses values with 395 hp, 407 lb-ft, Nissan Titan works like a truck engine 317 hp and 385 lb-ft at the lowest revs of any V8.GM is offering a new 6.2-liter has two big engines, a 6.2-liter V8 with 411 hp, 434 and a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 dubbed that brings 365 hp and 420 lb-ft of at just 2500 rpm.Many find Ford’s 5.0-liter V8 and turbo V6 get the same mileage in use.

On the road, power from any Tundra engine is and commendably strong at low engine is especially so in the 5.7-liter, where 90 of the torque is on tap from 2400 rpm to rpm.We find the 5.7-liter V8 a powerplant, very responsive quick acceleration is needed, and powerful when cruising.

towing capacity of 10,400 applies to an unloaded Tundra Cab 2WD 5.7 V8; the top-line CrewMax 4WD rates pounds.Maximum on F-150 is 11,300 the new GM’s will probably the Tundra 10,400 max, the top Ram is and the Titan a bit lower.However, the Tundra is the only one quoted to SAE standard that all manufacturers said in would apply to 2013 Toyota lived up to the pledge, so no comparison can be made.

For towing in the 4,000- to 7,000-pound range the does a good job.Overkill tow rigs is nice on long in inclement weather, during winds or dealing with country.For routine towing of anywhere near 10,000 you’d be better served by a pickup from Ford, GM, or

Unlike some other pickups, the Tundra does not an integrated trailer brake prefer that it did, but a of aftermarket controllers do the job well.

Overall, both the 5-speed and automatic transmissions work changes are smooth, though apparent when trailering.Automatic during braking on downhill are well managed, properly and helpful.In sum the Tundra’s transmissions are which in a truck is usually the compliment because in a truck if you notice how the transmission is doing its it probably isn’t doing it as as it could.The Tow/Haul mode is for better trailer towing and improved transmission durability for more than approximately rated towing capacity.

and handling in the Tundra are both up to response is sure and certain, perhaps not as advanced as an F-150 any engine except the 6.2-liter.Somehow, suspension engineers have a setup that leaves no the driver is operating a truck, but reminded of it at every bump and severely uneven pavement, the rear axle makes its known with a slightly feeling, but the Tundra’s unladen end feels less skittish some other max-rated and there is rarely any disruption even instantaneously moves it far off the intended path.As with pickups, the ride gets on bumpy freeways with an bed; any pickup may have the wheelbase to avoid tiring on expansion joints so do your on a variety of road surfaces.

is solid, with firm feel.The Tundra’s standard discs are among the biggest in the as is the rear differential.The ABS includes balancing of brake force and stability control is standard on Tundra.

The TRD Off-Road Package excellent handling on pavement, and especially noticeable when so equipped are driven quickly on two-lane roads.New Michelin tires are a good compromise off-highway traction and on-highway and quiet.

Tundra 4WD does not an all-wheel drive setting for use in inclement weather, but that no difference to braking in the snow.For severe four-wheel-drive use, the offers decent articulation and low-range gearing.When enabled, the control can be intrusive.Unlike many the Tundra 4WD has a switch that off the thresholds for deploying the side-curtain can be helpful on side-angle trails and that might otherwise an unwanted side curtain

Toyota Tundra Double Cab
Toyota Tundra Double Cab
Toyota Tundra Double Cab
Toyota Tundra Double Cab
Toyota Tundra Double Cab

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