Associate Editor Tim Esterdahl is a married father of three who enjoys being outdoors, riding his road bike, working out, and sports.
Toyota has unveiled a new off-road TRD Pro package at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show. Billed as the next evolution of TRD off-road performance, this new offering is sure to grab a lot of attention. Here is what you need to know.
Look at this trio of off-road vehicles! These guys are ready for some dirt.
Toyota has reported their January 2014 vehicles sales and the Toyota Tundra was up over the previous year. With an assortment of the others showing sales drops, this could mean demand was actually much greater than the sales report shows. Much of the downswing is blamed on cold weather.
We write a bunch of different stories here at Tundraheadquarters.com and every once in a while, we come across a story that really grabs our attention. This story about an Olympic snowboard hopeful relying on and sleeping in his Tundra while training for the games is one such story.
Toyota has told its dealers to stop selling several models with heated seats including the Tundra. Apparently, the pad material inside the seat next to the heater elements is causing the issue since it has been found to not be up to standards.
Putting together a comparison of curb weights for various trucks, one thing stood out. The Tundra is heavy, really heavy. Does the truck need to go on a serious diet? What kind of future does a “heavy” truck have with CAFE regulations and better fuel economy demands from consumers?