2014 Toyota Tundra Features

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With three engines, three cab styles, and multiple bed lengths, buying a new Tundra is like building your own custom truck--and that's before you even get to the equipment packages and trim levels.

For 2014, Toyota has simplified the Tundra's option packages while adding some new ones as well. The new 1794 Edition, named in tribute to the Texas ranch where the Tundra plant is located, gets special brown premium leather-trimmed seating with embossed and ultra-suede accents, matching soft-touch materials around the cabin, and all of the features of the Platinum Tundra.

The Platinum comes with perforated diamond-pleated leather seats, door, and instrument panel inserts; a standard 10-way power driver's seat with memory function; a 4-way power passenger seat; heated and ventilated front seats; parking sensors; and 12-speaker Entune Premium JBL Audio with navigation. CrewMax Platinum (and 1794) models also get a power moonroof. Dual-zone air conditioning, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink garage door opener, and more are also included.

The 2014 Tundra runs the gamut from bare-bones work truck to near-luxury country cruiser.

The Limited grade Tundra gets leather seating surfaces, soft touch interior materials, and "wood-style" trim. Dual-zone climate control and a choice of Black, Sand Beige, and Graphite leather-trimmed interiors are also included.

The off-road-styled SR5 package gets metallic interior accents and fabric upholstery; 18-inch wheels; air conditioning; Entune Audio Plus with Entune Multimedia Bundle and high-resolution 7-inch touchscreen display; HD Radio with iTunes tagging; HD Traffic and Weather; and a 90-day trial of SiriusXM radio.

The base SR package includes the work-truck basics like air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo system, but also comes standard with Entune Audio Multimedia Bundle with a 6.1-inch touchscreen display, USB and iPod connectivity; Bluetooth hands-free phone and music streaming; and some voice recognition functions.

A range of option packages are also available to enhance each trim level, with SR5 models eligible for the SR5 Upgrade Package, which fits front power bucket seats with power lumbar support; floor-mounted urethane shift lever; tilt-telescope urethane steering wheel; three front cup holders; a front console box; an alarm system; and a rear under-seat storage tay in Double Cab models. The TRD Off-Road Package adds Bilstein monotube dampers; 18-inch TRD alloy wheels; rear side privacy glass; an engine skid plate; front tow hooks on 2WD models; and TRD badges.

The Limited Premium package is available for Limited models, with front and rear parking sensors, power windows, ambient lighting, and a glass breakage sensor. The Tundra Work Truck Package, available only on SR-trim models, includes vinyl-trimmed seats, heavy-duty all-weather flooring, and no-frills utility.

Standalone options available on most models include: heated power outside tow mirrors, a deck rail system with adjustable tie-down points, a tow hitch, and a range of 18- and 20-inch wheels.

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