2014 Toyota Tundra Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
2014 Toyota Tundra TRD Crewmax Review
Good features: The rear power window is a great option along with the sunroof it's almost like being in a convertable when all the windows are down. Folding rear seats with a large flat floor area is great for lots of situations and I'm glad there is no storage compartments in the floor to hinder that design. The backup camera is angled perfectly for hooking up a trailer. The removable block heater cords are excellent and the two different sizes are a bonus too. Dislike or missing features: The front set bottoms are too long are rest uncomfortably on the back of my knees. For a brand new truck it has very squeaky brakes which seem to have a deep pedal sink to engage. The anti-slip systems seriously hinders performance and usually when you need it most. Using the anti-slip system disable feature does nothing to help either. In places that have a winter climate this is a horrible system and created many situations when I needed power but when the truck began to slip it cut the engine power. There are no storage compartments behind the rear seats against the wall, nor can you even tilt the back of the seat down to put items in behind on the floor, wasted space. No 120V power outlet option like on the Tacoma.
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