Toyota has released a press release highlighting Mike Sweers roots and the development process behind the Tundra. Saying that they “paid attention to every detail” makes us wonder if this release is in response to the 2014 reviews suggesting Toyota ran out of money to make changes.
For years, Toyota has teased dealers and fans with the idea of an HD version of their Tundra full-size pickup. We have recently reported that a 1/2 ton HD is in the works. Now, we have more proof that Toyota is up to something.
Tim here – wanted to give our readers a few links of a few, new 2014 Toyota Tundra reviews that are out. Both of these reviews look like they took place in Pennsylvania where Toyota had a media event. While we have a lot of things to say about these reviews, we thought we would give you the chance to review them for yourself.
PickupTrucks.com – http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2013/07/2014-toyota-tundra-first-drive.html
AutoGuide.com first drive – http://www.autoguide.com/manufacturer/toyota/2014-toyota-tundra-review-video-2742.html
A recent thread over at Tundratalk.net has posed the question: is it possible to use the rear view backup camera while driving forward? Turns out, you can actually do it and there is video proof!
Quite often on this site, we like to point out what we see as errors and shortcomings of all the truck brands (Toyota included). Yet, I can’t help feel for this Ford truck owner and his issues. Is he making it up or does Ford have some explaining to do?