The 2014 Toyota Tundra now in Tacoma is built to be driven in all types of terrain and seasons. Off road handling is excellent and so is the driving capacity. There are slight modifications made above the hood but things are the same under the hood. Customers can tailor their purchase since there are a variety body styles and features to choose from. There are 3 body styles and they are four door Crewmax, 2 door Regular and four door Double Cab. These can be combined with 3 different bed lengths and 3 different wheelbases. There are 3 trim levels to choose from and these are base, Limited and Platinum.

 2014 Toyota Tundra now in Tacoma

Standard features in the Regular Cab include 18 inch steel wheels, full power accessories, heated mirrors, wiper deicer, cloth upholstery, dual zone automatic climate control, tilt only steering wheel, auxiliary audio jack and CD player with 4 speaker audio system. The Double Cab, entry level trim of 2014 Toyota Tundra now in Tacoma adds keyless entry, two additional speakers, 60/40 split rear seats and 8 way manual driver seat.

The CrewMax adds vertical side rear window and reclining fold flat rear seat. The Limited trim is only available in CrewMax and Double Cab. This trim includes 18 inch alloy wheels, foglights, auto dimming and power folding rear view mirrors, power bucket front seats, auto dimming rear view mirrors, heated front seats, upgraded gauges and power sliding rear window.

Platinum trim in 2014 Toyota Tundra now in Tacoma adds 20 inch wheels, power folding and auto dimming mirrors, ventilated and heated front seats, driver seat memory functions and touchscreen interface. This trim is only available in CrewMax. Optional packages include Tow Package and Work Truck Package. Powertrain consists of 3 different engines to choose from along with an option of rear wheel or all-wheel drive.

gobs of legroom with the comfort of reclining seatbacks. Another plus are the front-hinged rear doors on Double Cab models that make getting in and out of the adult-friendly backseat much easier than the clamshell-style rear doors on some competitors. The folding backseats on Double Cab and CrewMax models also provide a good amount of protected storage for valuable items you’d rather not leave in the bed. If all these combinations seem to be confusing to you then the professional staff at Toyota of Tacoma showroom can explain in detail.


15 Sep 2013

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