The 2017 Toyota Tundra is a capable full-size pickup, and one of the few in this class that is very serious about off-road performance. Unfortunately, it lags behind its American rivals in many other respects.
The Tundra offer a strong V8 powertrains; large double cab with traditional rear doors; colossal CrewMax cab; user-friendly tech; unique off-road-themed TRD Pro model. For 2016, every Tundra gets an upgraded electronics interface, while the upper trim levels get a larger gas tank and a standard integrated trailer brake control. The SR5 and 1794 Edition also gets slightly revised front end styling.
The 1794 can also now be equipped with the TRD Off-Road package. A 5.7-liter V8 is standard on the regular cab and all variations of the Limited, Platinum, 1794 and TRD Pro. It is optional on SR5 trims. It produces 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. EPA fuel economy estimates are 15 mpg (13/18) with 2WD and 15 (13/17) with 4WD. A tow package is standard on all Tundras equipped with the 5.7-liter V8. Depending on body style, maximum towing capacity is between 9,800 and 10,500 pounds.


  • Engine: 5.7-Liter i-FORCE V8 DOHC 32-Valve with Dual Independent VVT-i
  • Output: 381 hp @ 5600 rpm
  • Seats: 5 (2+3)
  • Recommended Protection Level: B6
  • ABS, EBD + BA
  • Airbag (Driver + Passenger)
  • Color: Black

Armored Enhancement

  • Armored plating
  • Multi-layered ballistic glass for windshield
  • For transparent areas: multi-layered polycarbonate coating 
  • Firewall
  • Armored roof and floor with MIG welding
  • Heavy-duty doors and hinges
  • Protected tank, tailpipe, battery, radiator, and control module
  • Upgraded suspension and brake systems
  • Run flat tyres