2014 Toyota Tundra - meant to be Truck of the Year
|   Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Toyota always wants to be a step forward! So while every truck manufacturer has been launching and revealing their new models, Toyota has been preparing the 2014 Tundra in order to precisely launch it as the "Truck Of The Year".

At a first glance the truck might seem exactly as the 2013 model but there are a couple of improvements and new features which transform it into a really improved and contemporary vehicle.

It seems that Toyota has recently experienced a slightly decrease of sales and has decided to take a while to improve a model after rendering several market studies and tests in order to deliver exactly what the drivers expect.


We have to admit that this initiative is quite smart as it indeed seems that the company is going to offer exactly what the Toyota customers have been waiting for.

New and improved, the 2014 Toyota tundra looks a lot like the 2013 model but the hood has been changed, it has now been placed a bit higher and the grill has been increased. Also, the tailgate feature now a stamp exactly as seem in the old 1980s Toyota pickup and the LED lights have been upgraded. There is also a small detail with great effect: the 3 piece back bumper which totally changes the rear appearance of Toyota.

This tiny detail is actually an enhancement which will allow the driver to make just a small replacement in case of a side crush. Meant to be as practical as a utility car on the outside and as comfy as a minivan on the interior, the 2014 Tundra is definitely going to have a huge impact on the car market as it seems to suit all sorts of purposes.

If the exterior appearance has been quite preserved, the interior looks very edgy and updated. All of the materials chosen are of the highest quality and while to travel in it, the new Tundra does not seem like a truck at all. There have been added several high tech features such as the incredible EnTune entertainment system which will not allow anyone get bored with the radio channels.

Designed for off road driving, towing and paved driving as well, the Tundra seems so versatile and practical. Equipped with a V8 engine, the upcoming model will definitely be exactly what the American drivers are looking for: a forceful 8 cylinder vehicle able to run on whatever surface and, of course, stay in shape. When it was tested, the steering seemed quite light and the suspensions were a very nice surprise.

Taking into account all the changed features and new options, it is quite possible that the 2014 Tundra will actually become the Truck of the Year, especially because all of the new equipment seems long lasting and professional. Although it is certainly going to be more expensive than the 2013 model, the upcoming vehicle will surely worth the money as it is practical and powerful, yet contemporary equipped and versatile.
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