SR5 5.7L V8 4x4 Double Cab Long Bed 8 ft. box 164.6 in. WB
2021 Toyota Tundra

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The 2021 Toyota Tundra is a full-size truck that should provide the dependability Toyota is renowned for. It's also been on sale for an incredibly long time without a full redesign, meaning its makers have had more than enough time to shake out any issues. That said, the Tundra has been on sale for a very long time without a full redesign, and that shows in just about every area of note. The ride is rough, and bumps cause the body to shimmy and jiggle in ways that its competitors no longer do. Fuel economy is much worse than those competitors. Interior quality and ambiance are nothing special, feature content is a bit behind the times, and it’s noisy. Quite frankly, past its reputation for reliability, it's hard to make a case for the Tundra when there are such good alternatives offered elsewhere.

For 2021, a new Tundra Trail model debuts adding black badging and wheels, the 1794 Edition’s chrome grille and all-weather floor mats to what is otherwise an SR5 Crew Max with the SR5 Upgrade package. It’s also now how you get the popular Army Green color that’s now been removed from the TRD Pro’s color palette. In its place is a new greenish-gray Lunar Rock. Finally, there’s a new Nightshade Edition, which is basically just a Tundra SE with a bunch of blacked out trim.

Since the regular Tundra trim levels are uncompetitive in the segment, the special TRD Off-Road and TRD Pro trim levels are the most appealing since they come with distinctive style and Toyota's long-standing reputation for building bulletproof off-roading vehicles.

The Tundra’s 5.7-liter V8 produces an ample 381 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. Maximum towing capacity is 10,200 pounds. Fuel economy is poor, even by full-size truck standards, with either 15 or 14 mpg combined depending on whether you get rear- or four-wheel drive, respectively. V8-powered competitors are considerably better, but those trucks also offer small-displacement turbocharged engines, turbodiesels or even mild-hybrid powertrains that get even better fuel economy.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2021 Toyota Tundra, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.

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The 2021 Toyota Tundra is a full-size truck that should provide the dependability Toyota is renowned for. It's also been on sale for an incredibly long time without a full redesign, meaning its makers have had more than enough time to shake out any issues. That said, the Tundra has been on sale for a very long time without a full redesign, and that shows in just about every area of note. The ride is rough, and bumps cause the body to shimmy and jiggle in ways that its competitors no longer do. Fuel economy is much worse than those competitors. Interior quality and ambiance are nothing special, feature content is a bit behind the times, and it’s noisy. Quite frankly, past its reputation for reliability, it's hard to make a case for the Tundra when there are such good alternatives offered elsewhere.

For 2021, a new Tundra Trail model debuts adding black badging and wheels, the 1794 Edition’s chrome grille and all-weather floor mats to what is otherwise an SR5 Crew Max with the SR5 Upgrade package. It’s also now how you get the popular Army Green color that’s now been removed from the TRD Pro’s color palette. In its place is a new greenish-gray Lunar Rock. Finally, there’s a new Nightshade Edition, which is basically just a Tundra SE with a bunch of blacked out trim.

Since the regular Tundra trim levels are uncompetitive in the segment, the special TRD Off-Road and TRD Pro trim levels are the most appealing since they come with distinctive style and Toyota's long-standing reputation for building bulletproof off-roading vehicles.

The Tundra’s 5.7-liter V8 produces an ample 381 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. Maximum towing capacity is 10,200 pounds. Fuel economy is poor, even by full-size truck standards, with either 15 or 14 mpg combined depending on whether you get rear- or four-wheel drive, respectively. V8-powered competitors are considerably better, but those trucks also offer small-displacement turbocharged engines, turbodiesels or even mild-hybrid powertrains that get even better fuel economy.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2021 Toyota Tundra, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.

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$39,195 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
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Engine 5.7L V-8
MPG 13 City / 17 Hwy
Seating 6 Passengers
Transmission 6-spd auto w/OD
Power 381 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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