2010 Toyota Tundra Limited 4x4 Double Cab

Matt Tierney

During normal driving situations, the Tundra isn't nearly as smooth-driving as the half-ton Dodge Ram, as Joe mentioned, but the Toyota seems to compare favorably with the rest of the usual pickup suspects. Like most of its rivals, the big Toyota provides the driver with a comfortable perch and a commanding view of the road (not surprising, given the truck's massive size).

The Double Cab's rear doors are short but didn't hinder my loading of groceries or baby. I overfilled the bed with lots of cardboard to take to the recycle center. The damped tailgate was nice, too, since I completed that errand late at night but didn't have to worry about waking the neighbors.

Rusty Blackwell, Copy Editor

You tested a 4x4 Tundra with the 4.6 engine? Why would you test a vehicle that no one would buy?

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