2014 Toyota Tundra is Built for the Highway Thru Hell

The 2014 Toyota Tundra is a truck built to handle the rough roads of the Coquihalla and Fraser Canyon in British Columbia. This tough, capable and reliable full-size truck is the perfect sponsorship match for the popular made-in-Canada reality series : Discovery Canada’s “Highway Thru Hell.”


The sponsorship of the program involves TV ads, TV billboards and website coverage. The 2014 Toyota Tundra will also become part of the Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue team’s fleet. The first episode of this coming season of Highway Thru Hell airs on September 3, running for a total of 12 weeks.

The 2014 Toyota Tundra is the ultimate full-size truck. It comes with two powerful and efficient i-FORCE V8 engine, along with the biggest front brakes on the market, reliable towing and hauling capability as well as the best safety features the industry has to offer. You can have peace-of-mind when you have to travel some of the most dangerous roads in the world.

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2 responses to “2014 Toyota Tundra is Built for the Highway Thru Hell”

  1. Laurie N Avatar
    Laurie N

    Just finished watching Highway Thru Hell where Jamies new Tundra is hit by a semi and bangs up just the taigate and rear fender, now thats a Tough truck. I have had 3 toyota cars and the last one was a 81 Celica it had close to a million kms on it at end and only thing I replaced was the clutch. Its nice to see Toyota sponsoring the series, Good for you.

    1. Neal Gratton Avatar

      I saw the same show and it was pretty cool how the Tundra stood up to getting hit by that Semi. The best was when it drove away after that! These are truly tough trucks.