Tundra Truck Interior FeaturesWork truck control knobs and handles are designed to be operated by drivers wearing heavy work gloves. The truck has two glove boxes -- an upper is designed to hold a thermos and the lower is three times the size of the upper.
Models with bucket seats have a console large enough to hold a laptop or hanging file folders. You'll find extra storage room behind the seat of regular cab models, and CrewMax trucks have storage under the rear seats (with additional storage pocket in the doors).
Rear seat backs in the Double Cab trucks can be tilted back; legroom is over 34 inches. Rear seats in CrewMax trucks recline and also slide 10 inches to create additional legroom or an expanded storage area behind the seats.
Seat can be cloth or leather, depending on the model. Limited Tundra trucks are offered with heated seats. Power seats, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, auto dimming outside mirrors, heated mirrors, power folding mirrors, a rear seat DVD and power sunroof (CrewMax only) are additional options on some Tundra pickup trucks.
Tundra Audio SystemsToyota offers all the typical audio choices. Standard is an am/fm CD with MP3/WMA compatibility; SiriusXM is an optional add-on. Also available is a JBL AM/FM six disc CD, MP3/MWA playback, SiriusXM, Auxiliary audio port, USB port, iPod connection and hands free phone with Bluetooth.
A Few Additional Features and Options
- Dual zone Heat/AC is standard
- Automatic aeat/AC comes standard with the Limited model Tundra
- Front and rear park sensors, auto-dim mirror with back up camera display & Homelink are more available options
The Tundra pickup truck is reliable, and always a model that's a good addition to your 'must see' list. Visit a few dealer lots, take a test drive and explore the options to discover if it's the best truck for your needs.