Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review. We will try something different. In a parallel world where the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, RAM 1500 does not exist, the Toyota Tundra is a world of truck full size King. It may be threatened by the arrival of the Nissan Titan 2016 will come, but for now this should not be touched.

Unfortunately, this is not the reality. The tundra comes on the shot but far from down and out in this category.

The tundra got a "truck" written on it (are available with a wide choice of V8s) can carry and transport whatever you like. The price is very decent. For a little less than $28 k, you regularly drive 4 X 2 cab box long iForce 5.7 L V8 version. It was a really sweet deal for most. And with this money, you get one heck of a hard worker.

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

Other Pickup

Tundra in a truck. I had to spend a lot of time with her and send the goods without sweating the little things again once more on average. You see, late June and early July pass the time in my tent, and also two brothers and I have all moved in the same period. Toyota is gross stripping, much more than its American counterparts, but can easily be forgiven. In most ways, it's like this to your gang buddies who are not also tinggi/chip/atletik, like the others, and you sometimes took pity on him because he could not really follow, but you love him, but because he keras-jujur-baik and you know it won't let you.

Toyota Tundra have almost all the elements necessary to cope with the big in the segment, but because car companies once the world's largest is not on truck full size, without the depth of experience and expertise to produce (let's be honest) product beating Ford F-150.

Style and Comfort

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

The aesthetic exterior side, pure functional cabins and make due without luxurious materials, technical wizardry of know-how or high end luxury. If you like this article, you must spend more than $55 k but that will do little to change the utilitarian design of the dashboard. The seats are comfortable, the rear. It is not designed as trucks. However, more space or a large load floor can be found by reversing the lower seat. My $44,765 SR Double Cab with packages TRD geared towards the truck every day from the grid.

FRA adds protection of underbody, Bilstein shock and 18 wheels and more for looks than function. My books, because it also includes the Bongiovi audio system, it is more reasonable.

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

V8 Power

Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

FRA correspond to the attitude of the tundra. It is not the good hard and, as I have already said, is not the most polished products in the Toyota range. At startup, 381 horsepower V8 engine roars to life with the sound of a valve and the exhaust fan - and it is undoubtedly alive.

Its 401 lb - ft of torque are mounted with surprising dexterity by the six speed automatic transmission. Toyota Tundra, mis developed for maximum response, perhaps at the expense of additional fuel, but in so doing avoid complaints about the wrong answer like that with Chevy Silverado. By comparison, claw, punch and kick of Toyota soon forward. I like it.

AutoBox is shifted upwards or downwards quickly with a warranty. But not particularly smooth, shift enough that they are not reversed the table Chair transparent parameters - my bike precariously set in place in his bed.


Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR 5.7L TRD Review

This trip, like the truck itself, surrounding graceful as a bull that someone is allowed in a China shop. This is not really bad. This, even once, is part of what makes the Tundra pickup that appeal to those looking for an authentic experience. Tundra down properly when loaded with a sofa, a fridge and a few other items.

Although heavy off-road Bilsteins, big red, as I came to call it, is fairly stable on the road. On the road, it remains on the right track. The rough of surfaces, when empty and is transmitted to the cabin and the occupants. Despite this, I am so much fun driving of Tundra as a very good car. Oddly enough, in the shod with tires P275 65R18 all land, Pick-up is handled properly.

Steering very lack of feedback and sometimes feel vaguely. I think that it is acceptable for the truck, but the big 3 did not suffer the same problem. More than enough brakes Toyota. They respond rapidly to pedal prods. Overall, Toyota Tundra is really fun to drive, once in the right mindset.

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