A Quick Look at the 2021 Toyota Tundra

When it comes to buying a car or a truck, people are intrigued to know everything about it, to make sure that it is worth their money. The Toyota Tundra 2021, is a model that everyone is talking about and for this same reason, you are going to want to know everything there is to it.

Towing Capacity

Ready for challenges, the Tunda’s towing rate can be of 10,200 pounds, but can tug up to 8,800 pounds.

Interior and Cargo

The car’s interior is spacious and quite comfortable for its riders. The materials don’t look expensive but it provides a great presentation of the interior of the car. The car has a rear-seat legroom and it has a great quality layout in the interior. 

On another note in the design, it has been a complaint that the wide roof pillars on the front of the truck create a sizable blind spot that some riders are not comfortable with, but on another note, the car has large rear windows which offer great visibility on all sides. 

Regarding the cargo space, this truck is highly renowned for having wide storage space, something that is normally expected with a pickup. Nevertheless, unlike other trucks the Tundra provides impressive cargo space that can hold up to 21 carry-on suitcases.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The model has been ranked a secure ride as it has various safety features like the following: standard automatic emergency braking, standard lane-departure warning, and standard adaptive cruise control.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Although it is a new model, the transmission and the engine of this truck isn’t anything that people haven’t seen before. It has a standard 5.7 liter V-8 for 381 hp. The Tundra has six-speed automatic shifts, which are claimed to be quite slow, and not entirely recommended for those who are seeking the change in speed to be quick.  Another disadvantage of this model is the fact that the Tundra has a firm suspension and for that reason every irregulation on the road is felt in the cabin, which makes the ride the opposite of a smooth one. Although the suspension isn’t something admirable, the brakes are adequate and can slow the truck from 70mph in 190 feet. 

The Pros and The Cons:


  • The van is renowned for being reliable 
  • Great leg room and back seat space
  • Smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay
  • Technology prepared for accident avoidance


  • Transmission with only six-gears
  • Uncomfortable distance space to reach controls
  • Fuel Economy isn’t superb


Price range for this model can vary from $35,270-$50,490

Fuel Economy and Speed

All Tundra models from 2021 will be manufactured with a 5.7 Liter V8, which generates 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. This model will be a six-speed automatic transmission and it will have the standard option for driving. According to EPA this truck will achieve 13 miles per gallon while driving in the city, and 17 on the highway, which is definitely not great numbers compared to Tundra’s competitors.

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