Toyota Tundra

The 2015 Toyota Tundra is no more accessible with a V-6 motor. Another coordinated trailer brake is presently accessible, similar to a shower in bedliner. Some twofold taxi models accompany a capacity plate under the back seats. The TRD Pro Off-Road model joins the lineup for those looking for the most rough Tundra.

The 2015 Tundra is a full-measure truck opening over the conservative/average size Tacoma. It is sold with three taxicab styles, two bed lengths, two motor decisions, six evaluations, and back or four-wheel-drive setups.


Every one of the 2015 Toyota Tundras are furnished with one of two V-8 motors: a 4.6-liter creating 310 hp and 327 lb-ft of torque or a 5.7-liter making 381 hp and 401 lb-ft. Both come combined to a six-speed programmed transmission. Execution is great with the 5.7-liter giving the best speeding up. TRD Pro Series models with their retuned suspension are the most proficient rough terrain drivers in the lineup and don’t give up ride quality on the asphalt. Also, models furnished with the 5.7-liter V-8 have a liberal 9,800-pound towing limit, making it a suitable work truck.

Mileage is the place the Tundra falls behind its rivals. The EPA rates 4.6 back drive models at 15/19 mpg city/interstate and 14/18 mpg with four-wheel drive. Trucks furnished with the bigger 5.7-liter V-8 are no better at 13/18 mpg for back drive variations and 13/17 with four-wheel drive.


Inside space is liberal, especially in twofold taxicab variations with extensive back seats that can without much of a stretch suit grown-ups. Controls are anything but difficult to utilize and inside simple range from the driver and front traveler, and the calfskin seats are agreeable and delicate. In any case, material quality stays dull with gages that look great yet feel to a great degree shoddy.

The 2015 Tundra has a four-star general wellbeing rating and a five-star side effect score from the NHTSA (out of a conceivable five stars). In IIHS testing, the Crew Cab form got a Good score in four classes