2011 Toyota Tundra Interior
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The 2011 Toyota Tundra’s interior meets most reviewers’’ expectations. It’s comfortable, but not luxurious, which makes it a good vehicle for people who will use it on the job. Although the Tundra’s standard interior features list is short, it does offer good interior storage.
- "The Tundra Limited lacks some of the essence of luxury found in the new Dodge and Ford trucks" -- PickupTrucks.com
- "Four-door versions of the 2011 Toyota Tundra accommodate up to six adults and have numerous storage areas and work surfaces." -- Kelley Blue Book
- “The Tundra's interior is designed to accommodate working people.” -- Cars.com
The three Tundra models have different seating arrangements. The regular cab can seat three on one bench seat, while the Double Cab and CrewMax can seat up to six on benches in the front and rear. Reviewers have good things to say about the seating positions in the Tundra. Not only are seats comfortable, but they allow the driver to have a good view of the road, which is important, given how large the Tundra is.
- "The seats are wide, supportive and comfortable, and the ride is especially quiet." -- PickupTrucks.com
- "The Double Cab's non-adjustable rear seatback has more rearward inclination than those in most similar pickups. Still, some may find it a bit too upright for long road trips. The rear seat in the larger four-door CrewMax is adjustable both for fore-aft positioning and seatback inclination. However, it doesn't enjoy the same ability to be quickly folded up as the rear seat in the Double Cab." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The seats are wide, supportive and comfortable. The new Platinum Package adds luxury touches that until now were only available in trucks like high-end Ford F-150s." -- Cars.com
The 2011 Toyota Tundra doesn’t come with a lot of standard features. Base models receive an audio system with MP3/WMA playback capability, a tilt steering wheel and six cup holders in the Double and CrewMax models and four in the Regular model. The base regular cab model doesn’t have power windows, door locks and remoteless key entry, but it’s available in an optional package. The base Double Cab and CrewMax models, however, have these features as standard.
Depending their needs, a lot of shoppers will want to add some of the technology features the Tundra has. Bluetooth Connectivity ($299), XM Radio ($449), a Touch Screen DVD Navigation System, an iPod interface kit ($299) a backup camera and a tilting and telescoping steering wheel are available. Toyota did not give pricing information for the navigation system, backup camera or steering wheel.
- "The available sonar warning system and backup camera will be welcome when parking, maneuvering off-road or connecting to a trailer." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The control knobs are easy to grip, even in work gloves, and the gauges are easy to read at a glance but placed at the end of long barrels in the dash." -- Cars.com
The 2011 Toyota Tundra has a lot of interior storage options that are very beneficial if you own a business. A center console can hold a laptop or hanging files. The Tundra and carry between 1,450 pounds and 2,090 pounds, and tow between 4,050 pounds and 10,400 pounds, depending on the model and configuration.
- "There are plenty of storage options, especially with a center console that can hold a laptop and hanging files. Even the regular cab Tundra has enough room behind the seats to hold five-gallon paint buckets." -- Cars.com