The Toyota Tundra is a full size pickup that unfortunately still doesn’t get “full size” helpings of respect among the notoriously brand loyal community of buyers who continually return to Ram, GM and Ford dealers each year. When most people think of a Toyota truck they think of the Tacoma as that has been on the market looking very much the same for many decades. The Tundra, on the other hand, offers up all of the luxury features, technology and V-8 power a full size pickup truck lover could want whereas the Tacoma is rather limited in these regards.
In addition to offering two distinct TRD developed “off-road packages,” Limited trim buyers are now forced to opt for the Platinum Package which goes a little overboard with the luxuries if you are buying this as a work truck but proved reasonably priced (compared to a fully loaded F-150, at least) coming to a total of just over $48,000 with destination. Two-door, regular-cab models start at just $24,435.