Used 2014 Toyota Tundra Consumer Reviews

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Brent Munck, 11/23/2017
SR5 FFV 4dr Double Cab 4WD LB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
7 of 12 people found this review helpful

Issues with a 2014 Tundra: replaced door locks 13 times ( actuator coating kept melting, asked dealer to look further into the cause; they refused and Toyota wouldn't back me up), throttle bottle failed, ECU had to be reprogrammed 3 times (each time putting the truck into limp mode until reprogrammed), transfer case was stuck in 4x4 for periods of time until brought to dealer, trim on top of truck flew off while driving down the highway, and windows frequently wouldn't work after dealer worked on door locks. Issues with dealer and Toyota: faulty work frequently by dealer, Toyota and dealer customer service refused to look further into issues with truck and were unpleasant to deal with, Toyota Care provided by dealer wasn't done correctly or up to Toyota standards (had to bring Toyota into the conversation for them to do a service that I purchased), both dealer and Toyota refused to make situation right when I offered to purchase another new truck from them (Toyota offered me a $500 rebate for the issues I was having, which was more of an insult than anything).

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New 1794 Tundra

thepieman, 10/08/2013
182971 of 365853 people found this review helpful

Bought the new 1794, the truck is a masterpiece, I have a 2013 work truck Tundra and the interior of this truck was dated, the improvement is needed and has been thought out well, the voice activation is good although it takes some getting used to, but saves having to take your eye of the road to press buttons on a screen. The sat nav works well and a nice touch is that when you get close to a turn, you get a display on your drivers screen console. The engine is the same, it is a lovely powerful motor, but it likes a drink! The build quality seems top class, although the carpet is a bit thin and not the quality it should be. The ride is the most comfortable i've driven.

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Too much missing and poor fuel economy

customsmn, 07/24/2014
1794 FFV 4dr CrewMax 4WD SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
17 of 36 people found this review helpful

2014 Tundra 1794 edition. The more I drive it the more disappointment in what is missing from Toyota's highest line truck. Since newly designed 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. Update, I see that the newer Tundras have corrected some of the missing items I think should be on a high line vehicle but many are still missing and EPA mileage remains the same. Mileage remained the same until sold in Sept 2016. Very disappointed that the 2018 model though getting the Toyota safety package will still have the same gas guzzling engine and still not even get the touch start with proximity key. Toyota builds a good truck but needs to step up its ability to offer current technology when it becomes available instead of waiting years to add it. Traded the Tundra for 2018 Tundra, still think they are a great truck but still lack too much. Electronic safety has ben updated and new fancy LED headlights but tail lights remain old style bulbs. Still no proximity key or push button start or no adjustable pedals. Fuel mileage remains less than stellar at about 14 overall average, within the posted Toyota limits but I believe they can do better.

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More options would be nice

Jay Marean, 11/11/2015
SR5 4dr CrewMax SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
2 of 3 people found this review helpful

Great truck, will do anything you ask especially off-road and towing. Toyota needs to offer some more features on higher end models such as a heated steering wheel, adjustable pedals and adaptive cruise. Also I wish Toyota would add some different axle ratios such as a 3.55 or a 3.31 to give the customer the ability to get better gas mileage while sacrificing some towing ability that he/she would never need. Overall great truck and value with Toyota's legendary reliability and dependability as well as resale especially for the price compared to other manufacturers like Ford, for example a fully loaded platinum Tundra is about 52,000 and a fully loaded platinum f-150 is about 63,000 so great value for price. Overall Toyota is a innovative manufacturer that should step up their game a little and more options for the consumer.

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had Chevy before-- this truck rocks...

sienna, 08/06/2015
1794 4dr CrewMax 4WD SB (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

The 1794 edition is a better value, and higher quality than similar versions by GMC and Chevy. We liked that it's made in Texas opposed to the Silverado and Sierra which are made in Mexico. It tows amazingly! Super, solid truck! It's 3 years old, still sounds brand new.... No rattles.

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