Car Trend reviews the 2017 toyota tundra trd pro where consumers can find detailed information on specs, fuel economy, transmission and safety. Additional new features for the 2017 toyota tundra trd pro include a heated steering wheel, and optional heated and power operated front seats on lower-trim models with cloth upholstery. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional. In addition to the gas-only model, the 2017 toyota tundra trd pro is also available as a hybrid with all-wheel drive as standard.
- Many trims to choose from
- Fuel efficient hybrid variant
- An 8.4-inch infotainment screen on most trims
YOU WON’T LIKE
- Choppy ride in SE trim
- Some cheap hard plastic interior components
- Sloppy handling and steering
In a 2018 comparison test that included the other cars, the 2017 toyota tundra trd pro placed fifth. Handling also proved to be another 2017 toyota tundra trd pro weak spot and we found the steering to be numb.
2017 toyota tundra trd pro Specs
The 2017 toyota tundra trd pro, on the other hand, is a better package, as we noted in a 2017 First Test, thanks to its smooth powertrain and well-calibrated brakes that smoothly transition between regenerative and mechanical braking. However, since it isn’t a plug-in hybrid, the 2017 toyota tundra trd pro doesn’t have much EV mode range and can only travel around 0.5 miles on electricity.A rearview camera with rear parking sensors is now standard on all models.
The car is the only 2017 toyota tundra trd pro trim level that can be had with a cool two-tone exterior color scheme. The ride itself was smooth, and road imperfections were barely felt.”
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