Editor’s note: this review is on the Platinum package. Unfortunately, the photos of the interior with that package are unavailable at this time.
The biggest change on the 2014 Toyota Tundra is arguably the interior of the truck. While at the regional press preview event in late August, I got to check out the interior for a brief time. Here are my thoughts.
After a fun weekend up in Jackson Hole, WY to check out the 2014 Toyota Tundra at the regional press preview, here is a quick list of what Toyota Tundra fans gained and what was lost with the new introduction. What tops your list?
A few days ago, Pickuptrucks.com ran a story about how they would “fix” the issues Toyota “seems” to ignore. While that viewpoint is definitely debatable, it did get us thinking. What would you modify first if you bought a 2014 Tundra?
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.