Is the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro V6 twin turbo BETTER than a Tundra V8?



The ALL NEW Tundra TRD Pro & Toyota has changed things up to challenge the Ford F-150 Tremor, Ram 1500 Rebel, Nissan Titan Pro-4X, Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss and GMC Sierra AT4. Under the hood you will find and all new 3.5L V6 twin turbo hybrid that is pumping out 436HP & is mated to a 10-speed automatic gearbox. On the outside the TRD Pro sits higher than your standard Tundra, has 18in BBS wheels, TRD exhaust, and all new bodywork. On the inside you will be greeted to more technology then ever seen on a Tundra! Is the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro V6 twin turbo BETTER than a Tundra V8?
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45 thoughts on “Is the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro V6 twin turbo BETTER than a Tundra V8?”

  1. Really hoping with the 4runner redesign it comes with the new motor/trans as well as interior similarity. Thats what im truly waiting for and so far with the tundra its looking good.

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  2. I mean for towing that V8 that the Titan has and the older Tundra I mean they are just TQ monsters and they are very super smooth and can tow 9500lbs so I mean these new V6 engines can tow 12500 that is alot of capacity for a truck with v6 Turbo. But the engine will be working harder to achieve set desired goals as the older V8 sailed thru the hills with tow in the back so not sure. I mean for off-road I will say the V6 and twin turbo is plenty and with crawl control even better. But for towing and street brute driving I would say the V8 are still very reliable and are very smooth operators.

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  3. The tundra isn't famous bc of features, efficiency, 0-60, or interiors. The truck is famous for being stupidly reliable and sounding awesome.

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  4. Always loved the tundra from my car salesman days at Toyota. Love love the new look and features. only 2 dislikes, the rear vents should be bigger with passenger controls and the front camera. The front camera should have a protective screen across that whole honeycomb section for a cleaner look, as is it looks like someone amounted a gopro camera on the gril and no front/back tow hooks c'mon. Other than that I want a pro-imax. Great job.

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  5. Joe left out all the bad such as things that were better in the 2021 model like being able to step on the bumper to get in back the only two miles a gallon improvement with that new albeit smaller engine ,start and stop, a buzzer that goes off every time you drift shitty seats all for tens of thousands more ,I wish they just made improvements to the interior and added the ten speed transmission to get that one or two miles a gallon improvement plus all the lower trims are ugly I’m my opinion,I’m greatly disappointed we waited all this time for mediocrity

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  6. Needs a black headliner. Black and red interior looks crazy with a beige headliner. Please make it an option to have a black headliner. Other than that. The truck is awesome. Leveling kit, 35in tires, tint, and ceramic coat…Perfect!

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  7. Dude I drive a 2009 tacoma with helo off road tires but now I'm wanting a 2022 tundra TRD pro now that they have panoramic sunroofs and surprisingly a 10 speed automatic. There's even the new Capstone the tundra's version of the f150 limited even though it's not even limited time that I know of. I'm starting to really like the tundras again. And they're even Texas made too. And I'm from Texas.

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  8. This is the Worst Vehicle Toyota has Ever made so far. Buy stock in my warnings. Just as Tesla’s Factory is Powered by Burning Coal 24/7 and the Largest Carbon polluter in the USA.

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  9. The door Panels have to many seams. Seams are what Rip. Seams are what collect gunk. Seams are uncomfortable on your body. I think its time to Order a Cyber Truck… just kindling β€œA” holes.

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  10. Its Illegal to look at even 5 inches of phone while driving. So now you get 10 more inches of dashboard Distractions. Nice!

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  11. Finally toyota built my dream truck… Silverado so long buddy. It's time for me to work 24/7 lol to turn my dream truck into reality lol… that V8 is the reason I never considered the tundra.

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  12. Love the vids! recently subbed – also love the ZONKS and the twinky references lol makes me laugh! the real question I wanted to ask is specifically which TRD Pro package this vehicle has, would like to have this exactly setup in my new tundra. Thanks!
    Nathan

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  13. Of course 'Joe' loves whatever vehicle he is showing, they are PAYING him! New TRD Pro Tundra Hybrid vs old Tundra V8 . I would take the old V8 TOYOTA ANY DAY of the week. These are solid long lasting vehicles oh yes, until you add Hybrids and turbos. Add hybrid and turbos, I think you'd be lucky to get 100,000 miles on these vehicles! NO THANKS! CCC Austin, TX

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  14. WRONG! The first generation tundra starting in 2000 was a β…ž scale to full size. It was not full size because by manufacturing laws they could not manufacture/sell a half ton pick-up truck. Look at registration. It's not gonna say "half ton pick-up' in states where that's designated on the registration. It'll just say"pick-up" . Don't just spew what comes into your mind and pass it off as "facts"

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  15. Maybe offer the v8 as an option or a limited edition or something for nostalgias sake otherwise if the power is there I don’t care it’s a very nice truck !!

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