The 2016 Toyota Tundra Limited falls under the mid-range line-up of the vehicles but can it cut it or should you cut it from your comparison list?
The 2016 Toyota Tundra Limited offers up the V8 engine and it has four-wheel drive along with the double cab config with four doors, it offers leather seating in the front and back and if you add in the Entune premium audio of Toyota you can expect to pay about $41,220.
It does come with an upscale look thanks to the chrome mirror caps, the door handles, the horizontal chrome grille and the 20 inch wheels. Some of the key features that make the vehicle stand out include the dual zone automatic climate control and the fact that it does offer leather seating for the price tag.
The front seats are heated and power adjustable and they offer comfort for a wide range of drivers sizing. There is plenty of storage between the front seats, while the bench seat in the back comes with such a design that you can use the middle seat comfortably, albeit it is a bit tight with three adults in the back.
If there are just two in the back then you can bring down an armrest in the middle that offers two cup holders. If you don’t use the back seating at all you can fold them in the 60/40 design.
The Entune entertainment system gives the 2016 Toyota Tundra Limited a 7 inch touch display that comes with navigation software. It also includes hands free phone, satellite radio and support for USB/AUX input and Bluetooth.
The 2016 Toyota Tundra is offered in the 5.7 litre iForce engine which offers up 381 horsepower along with 40 lb-ft of torque and this is the V8 engine. It offers up a ride that is very quiet along with being smooth.
Anyone who wants a pickup truck that weighs half a ton and which comes with a great engine and infotainment system that is premium, may want to take a look at the 2016 Toyota Tundra Limited edition