2014 was a big year for the Toyota Tundra. This year, this full-size pickup his truck has undergone a major design change.

But it wasn't what you would call a major overhaul.

The powertrain and suspension remained largely the same, but given that full-size truck class competitors

were leading the way in terms of fuel efficiency and ride comfort, this was not a bold idea.

At just under $38,000, the 2014 Toyota Tundra is still a very capable workhorse.

First of all, the reason I bought the 2014 Toyota Tundra was because of its refinement

the build quality that will hold up over the years and, more importantly

its reliability and its still very good value. The fact that it is a capable track. And he was born in America.

if styling is as important as the egg, the Tundra is definitely one of the best.

The rounded look of previous Tundra models has been replaced with a more angular look.

You'll love the upright bonnet, large grille and matching mix. Toyota has clearly gone all out with his 2014 Tundra

you'll know it the moment you see the 'Tundra' badge on the tailgate.

The cabin, or rather the instrument cluster, offers an easy-to-see traditional instrument cluster.

The 2014 Toyota Tundra has the center stack closer to the driver, so you can't miss an older Tundra in that regard. goodbye forever.