Is the 2022 Toyota Tundra Capstone a BETTER luxury truck than a F-150 Limited?



The ALL NEW Tundra Capstone is here and Toyota is bringing more luxury than ever before. On the outside you will notice a unique grill, 22in wheels, and electric dropping running boards. On the inside you will be greeted by a special 2-tone leather interior, all new tech and panoramic sunroof. Under the hood is a 3.5L i-force MAX hybrid power plant that pumps out 437HP & is mated to a 10 speed automatic transmission. Is the 2022 Toyota Tundra Capstone a BETTER luxury truck than a F-150 Limited?
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40 thoughts on “Is the 2022 Toyota Tundra Capstone a BETTER luxury truck than a F-150 Limited?”

  1. I think Toyota is about to have the best run out of all the car companies coming out with new vehicles this year. The new Tundra and Sequoia look phenomenal! We are about to see these fly off the lot imo and of course you’re always killing the game Joe! 👊🏾

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  2. I can't see the Capstone trim being any more upscale than the 1794, just different colors inside (only one choice where there are two choices in the 1794). What's unique and special over the 1794. It's more on the level of a King Ranch vs. a Limited. Very few differences outside of the standard hybrid engine. It falls flat when marketed at an increased price as something range topping. Frankly, I can't see what the huge price premium Ford is asking for the Limited over the King Ranch. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I just don't see the Capstone being anything that can legitimately command a higher price outside of the standard hybrid engine? Hardly anything past that is standard. All trims mix up the front end treatment, sot that's not really that amazing. I can't say what makes either the Capstone or the Limited trims such premium priced offerings.

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  3. Great review! This would be perfect but being part time 4wd is such an oversight. Hopefully they add the option but imagine it has to do with chip shortages.

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  4. after ford's vaccine mandate for salaried employees and non union members only (including 100% remote workers) I'd say ANY truck that isn't ford has a chance for my $$$

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  5. You can litterly get a f150 for 10k less than a comparable tundra. Not sure if reliability will be able to justify that higher price tag due to loss of reliability of a v6 turbo engine

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  6. Let’s just hope that Toyota keeps the price reasonable. I can see this selling well if they start it in the low 60 range but if this touches 70k they’ll be sitting on the lots.

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  7. Hate to disagree with Joe, but I've driven a few F-150's and the mirror dip really does help with viability.
    Looking forward to post-embargo for a comparison of the Capstone to the GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate.

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  8. As always great video Lori and Joe! I remember when the Tundra affordable V8 truck, but no anymore. Toyota may as well make a Lexus pickup truck.

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