Toyota keeps building on its Tundra’s positives in an attempt to be more appealing in a tough market segment where The Ford F-150, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Ram series and the Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra tend to grab most of the headlines. The Tundra’s continues to be available in regular-cab, extended-length Double Cab and four-door CrewMax with its extra-sized rear doors. The standard 310-horsepower V-8 and top-tuned 381-horsepower V-8 are untouched and operate using six-speed automatic transmissions. Four-wheel-drive is optional. Of the four trim levels, the 1794 Edition is the most over the top model, with saddle-brown leather seats with suede inserts along with just about every imaginable luxury item. Lastly, the Toyota Racing Development (TRD) Pro Series package gets blacked-out body pieces, 18-inch black wheels with Michelin off-road tires, and a throaty TRD dual exhaust. It also sports a two-inch lift in ride height, more wheel travel and bigger Bilstein-brand shocks with external reservoirs.
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