I can’t believe it! 2022 Toyota Tundra 100 mile real-world MPG test



In this video, I take the 2022 Toyota Tundra on a 100 mile MPG test to see what kind of fuel economy it can get in the real world. The results are shocking for this new Tundra. You’ll want to watch this one!

Chapters:
0:00 Intro
17:39 fuel economy final

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23 thoughts on “I can’t believe it! 2022 Toyota Tundra 100 mile real-world MPG test”

  1. Another gasoline monster nothing new on gas yunk i own a sienna 2016 i bought brand new i. Toyota dealer
    17 miles per gallons is a ripoff 👎that is reason why Tesla electric vehicles are real bosses not matter what's

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  2. Great video,I’m considering buying a hybrid tundra next year and gas mileage is a big factor and your video gives me hope that the hybrid will get unbelievable gas mileage!

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  3. Cheap copy of the Ford Raptor with the Ecoboost engine. That's all Toyota does is copy copy copy. 2020 is a GMC wanna be with a hint of Ford and Dodge. Why bother paying that high price for a Toyota 1/2 ton when you can get a 3/4 ton truck that Toyota doesn't even offer. Everybody talks about towing capacity but they don't tell you about payload ability. Let's put a pallet of concrete in the back of that Toyota hooked up to a 30' utility trailer hauling a skidsteer. Lmao.

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  4. So if Ford has improved their V8 emissions they need to be given credit where it's due.

    If they added turbo(s) it should clean it up even more.

    Wonder if superchargers do the same?

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  5. GREAT VIDEO FROM HAPPY F350 FORD GUY.
    RETIRED 77, USAF VET JET MECHANIC. ORDERED 2023 CYBERTRUCK ON NOV 23, 2019. WAITED 27 MONTHS SO FAR, ONLY 14 MONTHS TO GO. IT'S GREAT TO BE ABLE TO SAVE FOR 3 1/2 YEARS. TRUCK FEATURES: FULL SELF DRIVING, STAINLESS STEEL TRUCK, BULLET PROOF, CLEAR ALUMINUM WINDOWS, ACTIVE SUSPENSION HEIGHT CONTROL. FOUR WHEEL STEER, CRAB WALK, TANK TURN, PAYLOAD 3500 LBS., 14,000 LBS. TOW, FOUR ENGINES, 800 HP, 500 MILES RANGE, 35" TIRES, 16" CLEARANCE, 5'x 6' VAULT, WALK ON TONTO COVER.

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  6. 2018 Nissan Titan, we drove upstate NY to Glacier/Yellowstone and then back, total miles driven was 8500 miles. Gas mileage for the entire trip was 24.5 mpg. A little interstate Highway driving but not much really, mostly secondary highways. We had camping supplies, clothing, cooler, etc., in the truck. We were pleasantly surprised with our mileage. Travel was done in July and early August 2019.

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  7. So, a woke blah, blah, blah about emissions…however, if for brevity's sake you had also mentioned that all your blather about emissions didn't really mean much because globally US emissions compared to Chinese carbon emissions (In 2019, China emitted 10.2 billion metric tons of CO2 compared to the US 5.3 billion) are 1/2 of China's output and China's carbon emissions rate is increasing as more Chines coal fired power plants come on line, so, thank you but no thank you…go woke…be a joke…

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  8. Yeah I don’t like 100 mile reviews. If I reset everything and drive 100 miles in my f150 I can get it to say 20mpg now continue to drive a full tank with the same route every driving the same way and it is usually at 15mpg by the time the gas light comes

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  9. My 2021 Tundra 2wd has rated 13 – 17 highway. I use a 100% gasoline 87 octane. Nashville to Gatlinburg got 18.3 highway. Nashville to Tampa Florida 19.7 highway. 72゚ averaging 75 to 80 miles per hour. This was with the bigger nitto grappler tires also. I will be putting lighter weight tires on in the future, possibly electric fan. Is going to try to lighten the truck by 200 pounds.

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  10. So your saying the oil pressure gauge is reading more accurate than other gauges finally something about a Toyota I can like

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