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2016 Toyota Tundra Review

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2016 Toyota Tundra Exterior

Bring smart design to the road in the 2016 Toyota Tundra and experience the joys of a truck that means business. With a tough exterior and an interior design that is luxurious and comforting, you are able to combine work and play. Available models include: Tundra SR, Tundra SR5, Tundra Limited, Tundra Platinum, and the Tundra Platinum 1794 Edition. Along with the option of 4×2 and 4×4 and three cabin choices – Regular Cab, Double Cab and CrewMax, this gives you a plentiful supply of options to choose from, ensuring you get the perfect fit. 

2016 Toyota Tundra Interior Dashboard

Bring exciting technology and unbeatable comfort to your everyday commute in the 2016 Toyota Tundra. The interior is outfitted with features which are purposeful as well as convenient, allowing you to explore what it looks like to drive a vehicle that understands your needs. Available leather seating surfaces, matching soft-touch stitched door and console surfaces and woodgrain accents add to the design with elements of refined style. In the 1794 Edition, a Western-style refinement is combined with the legendary toughness of the Tundra for a smooth and rich look. Sit in the captain’s seat of any trim level and easily reach all of the important features with this ergonomic design. The centre cluster provides you with audio and climate controls while the instrument panel features important trip information to keep you informed. The 6.1-inch, or 7-inch display integrates an available backup camera as well as Bluetooth connectivity to keep you aware of your surrounding and safety connected to the outside world. Possibilities for cargo are endless with this versatile and spacious design. A 60/40-split rear “jump seat” design flips up with one hand in both the Double Cab and CrewMax models for easy access to the cargo area. On the outside, an exterior design keeps things streamlined as an aggressive grille and bold Tundra badge stamped tailgate help make your presence known. As you go from place to place, LED daytime running lamps illuminate the road for enhanced visibility. Never fear about a compromise to your visibility with the available adjustable headlamps. These manual-leveling lights may be unwittingly tilted upwards when towing, so to accommodate they feature five selectable lowering settings which make sure you stay safe and maintain a clear view of the road.

For tough jobs, there is a tough truck waiting to make life simpler. The 2016 Toyota Tundra is just that, an answer to sticky situations. Taking a backseat to no one, this truck offers two powerful engine options, outstanding horsepower and acceleration and the ability to tow up to 4,625 kg (10,196 lbs). Drive with confidence in your ability to achieve whatever you set out to do with the 6-speed automatic transmission with available Tow/Haul mode.

2016 Toyota Tundra Engines

  • 4.6L i-FORCE 8-cylinder DOHC 32-valve VVT-i: 310 horsepower and 327 lb-ft of torque
  • 5.7L i-FORCE 8-cylinder DOHC 32-valve VVT-i: 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque

2016 Toyota Tundra Exterior Side View

Enter every situation with your head held high in the truck that out-performs and amazes with every turn. The 2016 Toyota Tundra is a beautiful blend of power, control, comfort and style. With confidence you can tackle anything, you can trust that the safety technologies on board are there to keep you protected. Tundra is the first half-ton pickup to offer blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, keeping you aware of everything around you so that you can make smart, informative decisions. Toyota’s Star Safety System provides ample protection and preventative innovation to keep you on the path you intend to be on. Surround yourself with features such as automatic slip differential and take on new terrain without worry. This truck has got what it takes to win you over and keep you coming back, with an array of features, both inside and out, that impress and delight. Visit Gateway Toyota Scion to see this truck and find out why bigger is better.

Neal Gratton
Gateway Toyota Scion

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