Road Test and Full Review: 2022 Toyota Tundra on Everyman Driver

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The all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra is a full-size truck with improvements on all fronts. It now offers two engines, including a hybrid for better fuel efficiency. The suspension has been modified to improve the ride quality, and the all-new infotainment system with a massive available touchscreen is more responsive. There are six trims, rear-wheel or four-wheel drive, two cabs, and three-bed lengths. Its breadth of options make it versatile enough to work for family life or work life. But it still doesn’t have quite the range of configurations as its competitors. The interior is also improved with better materials and more comfortable seating to match the Tundra’s smoother ride. The Ram 1500 has a superior ride with more trims and more available engines. The Ford F-150 boasts the highest towing and payload rating in the segment. The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 offers more engines and more trims in its lineup but a less appealing interior. The Toyota Tundra is all-new this year with improved infotainment and a new hybrid engine option. It includes a revised suspension system for a smoother ride and plenty of standard safety features, yet it still doesn’t offer the wide array of configurations and engines of its competitors.

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  1. I'll stick with my 2015 Tundra. The gas mileage isn't significantly better and the reviews I've seen towing are 'underwhelming' in terms of gas mileage. Why pay $60k for a truck that is only marginally better than my 5.8L Tundra?

  2. Owner here- what they don’t tell you is any useful (necessary) accessory Toyota offers is indefinitely backordered. It’s also designed to not fit any bedrack ever. And there is bo factory solution. So if you plan on doing anything than adding floor mats you’re SOL

  3. I saw a Tundra for the first time today .It may grow on me but right now Toyota is trying to make an F 150 guy out of me.

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