TRUCK OF THE YEAR! 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD PRO Review



2022 Toyota Tundra TRD PRO review by The Straight Pipes. The Toyota Tundra is putting down 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque from a Hybrid 3.5L Twin Turbo V6. At who knows what price CAD, would you take it over the Ram 1500 Rebel, Ford F-150 Raptor?

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34 thoughts on “TRUCK OF THE YEAR! 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD PRO Review”

  1. If history is any measure, 15 years from now, they’ll still be making this same generation when you splurge and pick up your new used 300k miles truck. So you have that going for you, which is nice

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  2. So I test drove one and went to see a second one on a different lot…in person this this looks ABSURDLY CHEAP. It's interior fit and finish were subpar, it's feels like they used the cheapest materials possible. It's noticeable tighter feeling inside. The button on the tail gate on both trucks felt like they were going to fall off. The grill is so large it looks like plastic shit up close. Kinda like that cheap plastic your socket set is closed in from Lowes/H ome depot. It even has a feeble and weak feel to it. Toyota should be embarrassed

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  3. Have to admit these bright colors were suspect until actually seeing them on the trucks in motion! It will definitely look even better in drive way! Time for a dollar and a dream! Lotto here I come.

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  4. Awesome looking truck except for that awful looking tailgate. The engine and suspension changes are great and all but I wish they had given us an updated V8 with the 10sp transmission as an option.

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  5. I NEED to see this vs the power boost. Two great full size hyrbid trucks. My future truck is either of those so I need a comparison!

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  6. I stuck with Toyota for 1 reason. I had a 1995 pickup and in 2007 there was a recall and I got the thing fixed for free even tho I never asked for it. they called me because I was registered at the dealer. Dodge, Ford and GM did not even honor there warranty when the truck was under 10,000 kms

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  7. Now if only one could tow a trailer, toy hauler bigger than a tiny lightweight trailer. Toyotas are stellar vehicles if they would only manufacture them to tow a family sized trailer. They are missing out on a huge market.

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  8. i can’t afford this at all right now, not at all but this looks so damn good. i can’t imagine what it will look like in 5-6 years when i can afford it

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  9. No power tailgate, no side step to get into the trunk?? Why , why would they have no side step to get into the trunk ?? 🥴

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  10. I'm glad toyota made the updates to the transmission but I wouldn't purchase one of the newer 2022 versions. I'll wait for them to further work out the kins and probably consider buying one in a couple of years

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  11. Just noticed this thing doesn't have tow hooks!?!? where are the tow hooks for the inevitable offroad mishap?

    I don't like the front end and I think the body design was lifted from Chevy. I do like the drivetrain although nothing sounds as good as a V8.

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