2014 Tundra 1794 edition. The more I drive it the more disappointment in what is missing from Toyota's highest line truck.
new design for 2014 I expected
more than what you get.
No push button start as on most
toyotas, keyfob not linked to memory seats, no lane change
turn signals, no trailer brake controller, you can add aftermarket, just looks like an add on, only two door switches are lit, not even memory switches lit, no power lock on tailgate, no default for in call volume on bluetooth phone and even when on MAX setting not great, no rain sensing wipers, slow GPS nav. LED lights front not back,Good truck but could use some updated equipment.
Roomy back seat, full open back window.
better fuel economy, LED lighting throughout, trailer brake controller, lighting of all switches and ambient lights, turn signal lane change, push button start, memory items linked to key fob, power locking tailgate, heated steering, 110v outlet, more usb ports, rain sensing wipers, tray for center console, skid plates standard on this model, larger fuel tank, standard remote start, power adjustable pedals, laser cruise and collision warning,
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