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2015 Toyota Tundra Pro Desert Race Truck – What You Need to Know

Toyota is serious about showing off the reliability and looks of its Tundra Pro with a big booth at the 2014 SEMA show and an entry into one of the most grueling off-road races in the world. Here is what we know.

2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Desert Race Truck

While Ford snuck in a new F-150 into the race, Toyota is making a big deal about their entry.

2015 Toyota Tundra Bass Pro Shops Off-Road Edition – Stud or Dud

Coming to a Gulf States dealer this fall is a special 2015 Toyota Tundra Bass Pro Shops edition truck. It is filled with items outdoors enthusiasts need.

2015 Toyota Tundra Bass Pro Shops Off-Road Edition

The 2015 Toyota Tundra Bass Pro Shops Off-Road Edition will be available in October at Gulf States Toyota dealerships.

TRD Pro Package Pricing Announced – Pricey, But Not As Much As A Raptor

The Tundra’s new TRD Pro package isn’t directly comparable to Ford’s Raptor F-150. The Raptor is more heavily customized for off-roading, offers more power, a wider track, a shorter wheelbase, and a few other (admittedly awesome) extras.

Still, it’s not as if the two trucks don’t have a lot in common. Both offer increased ground clearance and suspension travel (about 1.5″ more travel front and rear on the Tundra), top-grade shocks, unique styling, and under-body protection. Both also seem to be targeting truck buyers with LOTS of extra cash, as Toyota and Ford are demanding a hefty premium for these trucks.

TRD Pro Tundra pricing.

The TRD Pro Tundra will start at $41,285, plus destination charges and options.

While a true head-to-head off-road comparison of these trucks has yet to be completed, there’s one area where the Tundra has a clear advantage over the Raptor: Price. Toyota’s announced pricing for the TRD Pro Tundra, and it’s thousands less than the average Raptor.

Do Toyota Tundra Trucks Have Strut/Shock Issues? Not Really

Written by: Aaron Turpen

A complaint in a Tundra forum plus a quick look at a few other Tundra owner’s groups around the Web shows that strut failure is sometimes a problem. Is it a common problem or serious issue that Toyota needs addressed? Neither, but it is one that comes up. We’ve noticed a few trends in these descriptions of failure and the circumstances surrounding them that may indicate what is at fault here. Here is what we see going on.

Do Toyota Tundra Trucks Have a Struck/Shock Issue?

Thinking about getting some serious air time in your stock Toyota Tundra? Not a good idea. You need upgraded shocks to handle the impact.

Toyota Dealers Hope HQ Move Sparks Diesel Tundra, Other Improvements

North Texas Toyota dealers have an interesting take on the corporate companies relocation to that area. They hope Toyota executives see first-hand all the full-size trucks on the road and this will spur them to commit more resources to the Tundra.

Toyota Dealers Hope HQ Move Sparks Tundra Improvements

When Toyota moves to Texas, David Schoemaker of Toyota of Irving will be ready with a new showroom. He will also be ready to show off Toyota’s truck culture. (The Tacoma is nice, but we hope he shows them a Tundra!)
Photo Credit: David Woo/Staff Photographer Dallas News

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