Been averaging 17.5-18.5mpg just driving to and from work in my Ram, generally with MDS disabled. Should be able to hit 20+ on the highway with MDS on no problem.It's extremely difficult to hit-or even break 20mpg in a Tundra on the highway for what ever reasons. The Silverado and F150 can do it all day long. Not sure about if hemi in the RAM can-maybe an owner can chime in.
That’s a wonderful color truck. That trim package is great too. Someone on my other forum just asked me my thoughts on one and I told them they are great trucks especially that package.
True. I didn’t even think about that when talking with them.You should mention to them to wait until they come out (end of 2021) with the 3.5 V6 with twin turbos (like ecoboost). The new trucks will have as much power as the old ones and get significantly better than the abysmal mileage they now get. I am even going to look at one when they come out.
New spy photos are showing us latest Toyota’s changes on its full-size pickup truck. The 2021 Toyota Tundra will ride on a new F1 platform.2019besttrucks.com
Cut and Pasted from C/D, M/T or Road and Track was my first impression lolThis doesn't really come off as a review but rather a puff piece The fake wood reminds me of a 2011 GMC and it is the thirstiest truck in its class. Whenever I do a review (and I've done several) I try and break it down into pros and cons. This entire piece was raving about the pros with almost no attention given to the cons, which makes it come across as extremely biased. While I appreciate the time you put into writing it, I implore you to employ a greater degree of objectivity going forward.
A friend bought a 2017, and I can’t tell if it’s a new truck or not. It might be thirsty and “old” but it’s a Toyota. ‘Nuff said.With the Tundra, one could go out and buy a used 2014 model... and then convince everyone that it is a brand new 2020 model. Can't do that with any other manufacturer.
The starter was relocated on the UR-series V8s. But another PITA exists - the secondary air injection system.I always liked the styling on the Tundras even if they are an older platform. One question: is it true that this V8 engine is an ergonomic nightmare when replacing the starter? I seem to recall Toyota V8s in a number of vehicles (big lexus sedans for example) made for a RPITA when changing out the starters?
I always liked the styling on the Tundras even if they are an older platform. One question: is it true that this V8 engine is an ergonomic nightmare when replacing the starter? I seem to recall Toyota V8s in a number of vehicles (big lexus sedans for example) made for a RPITA when changing out the starters?