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28 Toyota Tundra results

2015 Toyota Tundra OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Kelly
Kelly
Castleton-on-Hudson, New York
5.0
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This is my second Tundra. It was purchased to replace a 2012 Tundra that was totaled in a crash where everyone walked away without a scratch. I feel very safe in this truck. It handles very well in all conditions, including snow and heavy rain. The cab is spacious, having enough room for a car seat, a teenager and large dog in the back without crowding. I like that all doors open like a 4 door car, unlike some other model trucks. I have a standard bed with a spray in liner that has held up well when we have filled it with rock, soil, mulch etc. The interior feels well made and the leather has held up well to the children and the dog's nails. My heated seats are a favorite feature. I am very happy with the Bluetooth feature but sometimes there are problems where my callers cannot hear me well. I also would have liked a better sound system in this vehicle. I do not like the control panel for this model and find that simple tasks such as adjusting where the heat/cool is coming from requires me to look away from the road while adjusting.
MVM
MVM
Canton, Georgia
5.0
Sleek, black, powerful awesomeness
The 2015 Toyota Tundra is the nicest vehicle I've ever owned. From the beautiful, stylish, jet-black exterior and sprayed-on bed liner to the sleek one-touch smart Bluetooth-enabled stereo, I could not be more satisfied with this vehicle. The quietness of the interior masks the raw power of the 5.7L V8 engine that gets me where I need to be smoothly and comfortably. The ease of configuring the stereo with my Droid phone was a pleasant surprise and I now enjoy hands-free phone calls, thanks to the built-in Bluetooth feature. I'm impressed with the performance and drivability, as I wrongly assumed that it would be a bit more of a chore to drive than my previous vehicles, all of which have been sporty sedans. I'm happy to be incorrect: The Tundra's power makes passing vehicles on the interstate a breeze and the sheer added height make rush-hour traffic more manageable than in my old sedans. The absolute, single solitary drawback I can find is that that gas tank cover is NOT locked. Anyone can just open it and pour whatever contents into my truck's gas tank with no problems whatsoever. I found this oversight very surprising and hope that no strangers take advantage of this security breach point.

2015 Toyota Tundra ReportCard Review

Autolist ReportCard Score: 50/100

Pros:

  • Handles well on-road and around town
  • Great off-road capabilities built into the TRD Pro version, which debuted in 2015
  • Strong and smooth V8 engine
  • Spacious interior

Cons:

  • Poor fuel economy
  • Available with only a V8 (no V6 or diesel option)
  • Ride quality – especially with an empty bed – isn’t great
  • Interior feels cheap relative to competitors

Number of reviews analyized: 8