2014 Toyota Tundra Limited V8 Double Cab 4×4 |Navigation, Heated Leather Seats, Bluetooth, Blind Side Monitors, Back Up Camera, Split Fold Up Rear Seats, Easy Lower & Lift Tailgate, Power sliding rear window, Front and rear parking assist sonar, Dual zone automatic climate control, 5.7-Liter Aluminum i-FORCE V8 with 6-speed Electronically Controlled automatic Transmission & Tow Package and only 77,940 kms
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The niche of hard-working, off-road busting, mud-slinging, trailer-towing 4X4 rigs has continued to grow due their increasing popularity with folks who may not use them as a tool, but rather fancy the “lifestyle statement” of owning and operating a big rig. The 2014 Toyota Tundra is a whole new breed of tough. It’s work tough, and family tough. With the 5.7L V8, Tundra can tow and haul more your toys just about anywhere and haul home supplies for even the biggest home improvement projects.
As striking as Tundra is on the outside, the true reward comes once you are seated inside. An intuitive control layout keeps everything important within easy reach of the driver. Crisp gauges in an all-new instrument cluster and a revised center stack add up to a confident driving experience. Even the steering wheel was redesigned to make it more comfortable to drive and easier to access your technology. Don’t be fooled by this modern interior though: Beneath it all lies the legendary power and capability Tundra is famous for.
The cabin interior is very spacious and looks good to my eye. The gauge layout is simple with additional information available via a 3.5-inch colour display between the tach and speedo. Its multi-functions are controlled with one of the buttons on the steering wheel. A 7-inch display tops the centre stack and it displays the navigation and audio options. Thankfully Toyota still believes in using control knobs that accept a gloved hand. The heated front seats are over-stuffed, multi-adjustable recliners that will sooth your weary bones on the drive back home after a long day.
The Tundra is a competent workhorse with lots of comfort and none of the technological fussiness found on some competing makes. The 4X4 system is unobtrusively controlled by a simple knob, there is plenty of power from the i-FORCE 5.7L V8, the cabin is spacious and comfortable. Toyota’s Tundra is certainly worth considering if you can put one to work for you.
Built for the workday that never ends and the family that never stops.