2010 Toyota Tundra Limited 4x4 Double Cab

Matt Tierney

Like my colleagues, I'm not blown away by the look and feel and of the Tundra's interior, especially given that this is the high-content, Limited-trim model. I am, however, impressed with virtually everything else within.

Toyota designers packed the Tundra's cabin with a plethora of storage cubbies, including latching boxes in both front doors, along with a pair of glove boxes and a center console big enough to swallow the Graf Zeppelin. I also dig the ability hold hanging folders in the center console, although I'm a little puzzled by the deep storage trench that's hidden between the shift gate and the cupholders -- if nothing else, it was a great way to tuck my iPod out of sight while leaving it plugged into the dash-mounted USB input.

For everyday use, I still like the Tundra's quick steering and usable cabin more than other quarter-ton pickups, although the Ram has certainly set a new benchmark for both ride quality and interior d├ęcor. Here's hoping Toyota's product planners are staring hard at that Dodge while crafting the next-generation Tundra.

Evan McCausland, Web Producer

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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