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2017 Toyota Tundra Walk Around


Like other full-size pickups, Tundra emphasizes burly proportions, yet its overall appearance lacks the clean, crisply chiseled appearance of Ford and GM models. The current grille looks best in Midnight Black Metallic, so you don’t see it as much.

Bodysides and the rear end look more familiar, and the stamped tailgate comes across as rugged and understated. Cargo-bed utility trails the domestic pickups, notably the current Ford F-150 and Ram 1500.

Interior

Tundra seats are roomy and comfortable. Trim in Platinum and 1794 Edition looks comparable to a King Ranch or Laramie Longhorn. Controls are large and logically arranged. The central console can hold a laptop.

Double Cabs don’t have much second-row space.

CrewMax offers seating for five, with sufficient leg space for every rider. Seats slide and recline, though the backrest reclining angle isn’t comfortable and cushions are low.

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