Toyota’s Tundra has been around for a while now and the company keeps making minor changes to keep this large pickup current. We spent some time with the 2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro to determine how capable it is.
The Toyota Tacoma may be a little long in the tooth, but it is a serious off roader that doesn’t punish occupants when the going gets smooth.
With a striking new debut, TRD Pro models are carrying on the color tradition with the introduction of Lunar Rock for 2021. Replacing Army Green in the TRD Pro color pallet, Lunar Rock will turn heads as customers enjoy all the on and off-road features the lineup offers. First unveiled in 2014, the TRD Pro lineup was born from Toyota’s rich racing and off-road heritage. All TRD Pro vehicles offer unique styling, as well as highly capable, tried and tested performance off-road equipment, specifically tailored for when the pavement runs out.
Toyota's 4Runner has changed very little in the past decade. It remains a true truck with body-on-frame construction and an ancient 4.0-liter V6. It's loud, raucous, and holds nothing back but is it still pertinent in today's SUV and CUV crazed world? Click to read our full review.
Toyota's Tacoma TRD Pro is designed to be a serious off-roader while meeting all the requirements of an every day family vehicle. To see if they succeeded we ran this VooDoo blue Taco through the ringer at the biggest airshow in the world, EAA AirVenture. One week of arduous use over a 1400-acre airport gave us a pretty good look at the capabilities of this hard core Toyota. Click to read the full story...