Used Toyota Tundras
Toyota made the first significant update to the Tundra in 2014, with rejuvenated styling inside and out and also new security tools consisting of a standard rearview cam and also optional blind-spot surveillance. This was additionally the year the premium 1794 Edition was presented. 2015 brought the TRD Pro version in addition to an optional trailer brake controller, which became typical in 2016, the very same year that saw slightly updated designing for SR5 and 1794 Edition models as well as a bigger gas tank for higher trim levels. There were no considerable modifications for 2017.
The previous-generation full-size Toyota Tundra replaced the smaller T100 pick-up when it debuted for 2000. Production ran through the 2006 model year. Although it was offered with an optional V8 and also a number of configurations, it wasn't huge or difficult adequate to take on its more typical rivals when it came time for serious work-site jobs.
Originally, the Tundra was available in routine and also extended-cab variations. Regular-cab versions came only in long-bed kind, while the extended-cab designs (Accessibility Taxicab) was just outfitted with the brief bed. The last did consist of two rearward-opening doors for simpler rear-seat gain access to, but the backseat was cramped for a full-size pickup.
There were 3 trim levels: a sparsely equipped base trim, the midlevel SR5 and also the top-line Limited. The base trim was available on two-wheel-drive normal taxis only. A 3.4-liter V6, making 190 hp and also 220 lb-ft of torque, was typical on regular-cab Tundras and also could be mated to either a four-speed automated or a five-speed manual transmission.
Covering the schedule was an offered 4.7-liter V8 engine. This smooth-revving powerplant made 245 hp and also 315 lb-ft of torque as well as was available with a four-speed transmission only.
Toyota broadened the Tundra's lineup in 2003 to include an available sporty new StepSide freight bed for V8-powered Accessibility Taxis. All Tundras received freshened front-end styling that year, as well as standard antilock brakes as well as an updated facility console. A power moving back window was likewise contributed to Minimal versions.
The large information for 2004 was the arrival of the Dual Cab, a crew-cab variation of the Tundra. Riding on a prolonged wheelbase and featuring a roomier cabin and a freight bed equal in size to the Gain access to Taxicab's, the Double Taxi added some much-needed selection to the Tundra's schedule, supplying a feasible option for family-minded vehicle customers.
Potential utilized Toyota Tundra buyers that plan on doing a lot of carrying or towing ought to most likely concentrate on 2005 or more recent models, as Toyota boosted the powertrains that year. A new 245-hp, 4.0-liter V6 paired with either a six-speed handbook or optional five-speed automatic transmission ended up being typical, and also the readily available 4.7-liter V8 benefited 282 steeds and also used the new five-speed automatic exclusively.
In testimonials of the time, we commented favorably on the Toyota Tundra's smooth and polished V8, easy ability to move in metropolitan locations and roomy Double Cab configuration. Disadvantages consisted of a lack of brawn for significant towing and also carrying, unpleasant front seats, a cramped rear seat in Access Taxicab designs and chintzy interior trimmings.