41.00 Dollar US$

2016 TUNDRA 1794 Edition CrewMax 4WD Ventnor City

  Trucks - Commercial Vehicles

Among the 1794 Edition’s unique features are saddle-brown premium leather seats, with embossed-leather and suede accents; and a four-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel with wood-grain accents.

The interior is as pleasant to sit in as it is beautiful. There are front bucket seats that seem more like fancy leather recliners; the back seat is as long as a leather couch, with plenty of room for up to three people. And there is a huge amount of rear knee- and legroom, even with the front seats moved back to accommodate larger people.

There is soft-touch trim material on the shift console, doors and instrument panel. A center console between the front seats has a tray on top to keep small electronics secure while driving, and there are three cupholders, along with USB, power and audio-input connections in front of the cupholders, with another area perfect for holding smartphones or an iPod.

Standard features include heated and ventilated front seats, Toyota’s Entune Premium JBL Audio with navigation, a 12-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with memory, a six-way power front passenger seat, a power tilt/slide sunroof with shade, and a power vertical rear window with privacy glass.

New for 2016, the Tundra Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition and TRD Pro models have a bigger fuel tank – 38 gallons, up from 26.4 gallons for 2015. They also get a new integrated Trailer Brake Control system.

There is an upgraded Toyota Entune Multimedia system for 2016. Platinum and 1794 Edition models have the Entune Premium JBL Audio system with In-Vehicle Navigation and App Suite. It’s 85 percent faster, thanks to new dual core processors.

And iPhone users can now charge their phones with the provided USB port while using the Entune App Suite at the same time, Toyota says. App Suite adds Slacker Radio and replaces Bing with Destination Search for 2016.

Other features found on the 1974 Edition include dual-zone automatic climate control with separate settings for the driver and front passenger; an auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass and universal garage/gate opener; and a 60/40 split-fold-up rear seat, which allows for creation of an enclosed cargo area when the seat isn’t needed for passengers.

As nice as the interior looks, the outside may be even more appealing. Our tester came with the Our test vehicle came with the Sunset Bronze Mica exterior color, and included such extra touches as 20-inch chrome wheels ($220) and running boards ($345).

Included are heated/power outside mirrors with built-in turn signals, and separate, smaller manually adjustable convex mirror strips at the bottom to show traffic in the adjacent lanes.

There is also a locking tailgate, along with a deck-rail system for tying down cargo.

Cockpit features include a power tilt/telescopic steering wheel, as well as front and rear sonar parking aids, which warned whenever the vehicle was approaching an obstacle such as a pole or another vehicle.

A backup camera system was included, with the image showing up on the seven-inch dash monitor for the audio/navigation system. Also standard on the 1794 Edition are a Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

Power came from the top engine available in the Tundra, a 5.7-liter V-8 with a hefty 381 horsepower and 401 foot-pounds of torque. It’s connected to a six-speed automatic transmission, which shifted smoothly just when it needed to.

Among the Tundra 1794 Edition’s unique features are saddle-brown premium leather seats, with embossed-leather and suede accents; and a four-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel with wood-grain accents.
Among the Tundra 1794 Edition’s unique features are saddle-brown premium leather seats, with embossed-leather and suede accents; and a four-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel with wood-grain accents.

The part-time four-wheel drive is controlled by a rotary switch on the dash to the right of the steering column, and has four-wheel-drive high and low-range modes for serious off-road driving. We never took ours off road, but the four-wheel drive was handy during a few rainy days we encountered during our test drive.

Standard safety features on all Tundra models include electronic stability control with traction control, four-wheel antilock disc brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist, and Toyota’s new Smart Stop accelerator-override technology.

There are eight air bags, including front seat-mounted side air bags, roof-mounted side-curtain bags, and driver and front passenger knee bags.

Other standard features included trailer-sway control, tire-pressure monitoring and LED daytime running lights (Platinum and 1794 Edition models only). The 1794 Edition can tow trailers weighting up to 9,900 pounds with two-wheel drive, and 9,000 pounds with four-wheel drive.

 Published date:

July 6, 2019

 Region:

New Jersey

 City:

Ventnor City

 City area:

Ventnor

 Address:

6709 Atlantic Ave

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