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Car Review: The 2014 Toyota Remains as Tough as Ever

For looking for a tough and dependable the 2014 Toyota Tundra is a truck that packs the right punch. New for this the exterior and interior on the 2014 has been updated and retuned more technology and a new trim too, the cool 1794

Competition for the 2014 Toyota includes a serious lineup of including the Ram 1500 or the Chevrolet As well, the Ford F-150 an option of choosing an EcoBoost V6 in this full-size alternative.

For styles, the 2014 has three to from — the two-door cab, an extended four-door cab or crew cab with the moniker the latter two choices seat up to six on the equipment and option choices.

you choose the body style you choose a wheelbase — the 5.5-foot short bed, standard bed or the 8.1-foot long bed and there you can choose from up to trim levels.

There is the base Tundra SR, the the Limited, a Platinum trim and the new 1794 Edition. One thing to in mind is that when the body style, wheelbase and each might not come in all the As well, different parts of the will also offer choices too.

On the base you can expect the SR to come in a regular cab with 18-inch steel a black lower front tow hooks, keyless entry, mirrors, full power a windshield wiper de-icer, control, air-conditioning, cloth and a 40/20/40-split bench seat adjustments for the driver and passenger. is also plenty of techno like connectivity for Bluetooth, a touchscreen, rearview camera and all the USB/auxiliary audio inputs.

The on this trim include a bed system and there is the more Work Truck package comes with vinyl and flooring.

On the SR there is the double cab with the addition of a front and map light and also eight-way driver seat with the seat offering a choice of adjusts. ON this trim too are the fold-up rear seats

For the SR5 you can opt for either a double cab or CrewMax style and the equipment that on this trim includes fog chrome grille surround and bumper, intermittent wipers, a shifter and upgraded features an upgraded instrument panel, rear window and a larger display.

You can also opt for an upgrade with bucket seats, steering wheel, a console in the and in the back, an under-seat storage

There is also a TRD Off-Road that has 18-inch alloy all-terrain tires, off-road-tuned and on the two-wheel drive model you get tow

On the Limited trim the wheels go up to 20 and this trim also you heated side mirrors, a system, dual-zone climate leather-wrapped steering wheel and as well as power bucket in the front seat as well as front seats, power-operated rear window, auto-dimming mirror and all the technology features the Entune smartphone app suite on the Limited Premium option package, you also get front and parking sensors, one-touch windows and illuminated entry

For the top-of-the-line Platinum trim in the cab its special 20-inch wheels, heated outside mirrors, leather upholstery, heated and front seats and a sound that comes with 12 JBL

Finally if you want the biggest and Tundra, the 1794 Edition is it’s at for 2014. The 1794 comes from the ranch in where the assembly plant assembles Tundra now resides. You can get the 1794 in the CrewMax and decked out only a good Texas truck could be and there is an silver exterior detailing with leather upholstery of a saddle and soft touch and trims too.

Under the on the 2014 Toyota Tundra you choices and there is a choice of rear-wheel or four-wheel drive and, with each option, there is also the rear axle ratio.

On the for the base model Tundra the is a 4.0-liter V6 engine with 270 and 278 pound-feet of torque. You get that in a automatic transmission and it only standard.

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The Tundra also has the 4.6-liter V8 310 horsepower and 327 pound feet of and with that you can opt for a 2WD or 4WD SR double The six-speed automatic transmission is on this one.

The stronger engine is the V8 and that one comes on not the 1794 trim, but also the or Platinum and can be had as an option on various models as well. Count on 381 and 401 pound feet of torque and a automatic transmission.

With an eye safety, the 2014 Toyota has a list of safety features antilock brakes, stability and control, a trailer sway feature, front side-impact, curtain and front knee The rearview camera comes on all the but for an even safer upgrade is also parking sensors on the Standard on one of the trim packages as well as the Platinum and 1794 there is a blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic too.

Changed and revamped, inside the this year you get a larger set of and knobs that are closer to the for easier use. If that’s not check out the easier to read denoting speed limit and complete with higher-end as applicable and in 2014 there is a touchscreen display on all trims.

The seat is a comfortable ride, and better the backseat touts of leg and head room for the passengers, or if the seats are lowered, there is an amount of storage too.

the wheel, there are the three but each one easily rises to presented for the driver. Keep in the Tundra also has an impressive capacity too and on the lesser of the engine choices you also get excellent economy.

Should You Need to The 2014 Toyota Tundra with a tow package on all vehicles with the 5.7-liter V8 and you can expect a tow of up to pounds. Take note too of the double cab with traditional doors, easy in and out.

Miles Per Gallon: The 2014 Tundra 4 X 4 I drove had 13 miles to the in the city and 17 on the highway.

Cost: The of the 4 X 4 Toyota Tundra 1794 I drove came in with a tag of $49,715.

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