ya this really seems to be going around of late. But, I don't think I would fork over an extra 4-5K and spend up to 1.00 more per gallon just to have a deisel.General observation here, but everyone that echoes this sentiment, are you saying you bought the wrong truck to begin with? IDK, it seems like the cool thing to say as of late. Diesel in this town is over $4.25 a gallon while gas is about $3.25. I don't see the benefit of diesel with the extra costs of ownership. There has to be something better on the horizon no? I'm not downplaying diesel at all as I know it's fantastic for mpg and pulling power. But here in Vegas, it seems it costs more to drive one.
I just want to understand more about diesel and it's allure as a DD. I know in other countries diesel is cheaper but I'll be damn if in Vegas it's liquid gold.
same here, I have to dial them down a bit.yea my stock headlight are pretty good! I am always haveing people flashing their lights at me bc they think my lights are on bright and then I put mine on bright and their like oh....
nobody's gonna buy that 1794 crap, it's really lame. and I like the new tundra.Maybe this video has already been posted somewhere in this thread.
It looks even worse in video than it does in still shots.
ACTUAL VIDEO - 2014 Toyota Tundra Pickup Truck - TRD SR SR5 Limited and 1794 Edition - YouTube
I am likely going to look at one and I may buy one if the math works out.I know that someone asked about this earlier in the thread, but are there any guinea pigs here on the site who are planning on getting one, this year? While I'm currently not a fan of the new style, I have a feeling that the front end will grow on me, and there's no doubt that the interior is an upgrade, though I like the version we all have. I think the new grille will look better in the SR5 style, meaning a chrome surround with the black middle.
When envisioning a lifted Mag Gray (or whatever they call the new gray) 2014 with black wheels and a set of 295/70/18s, I can't imagine it being *totally* hideous. As much as I really want to not like the new one, I'm wondering how much of that is biased (not that there's anything wrong with having two asses) because of the fact that I just bought another Gen 2. I effing love my truck, but I have a feeling that I might eventually want to get in on the new action, once they've tweaked a few things and ironed out any potential issues.
I also think that there are some that can't afford a new truck again this soon and so they have to bash it because they are stuck with the truck they have already and don't want to admit it. (not saying you personally).Even as much as people have bashed the truck, you've got to keep in mind that there are a lot of people out there who HAVE to be the first to have something, even if it isn't very awesome....like the Jones's
Then, the Smith's down the road can come in and buy the Jones's used truck, 2-3 years later, at a reasonable price
thanks for posting thatFound this link with a few things I haven't seen so far, the 2014 double cab is hiding in the background and the SR5 Grille which I've not seen is shown.
Pretty interesting article about Toyota opening up the 2014 to aftermarket vendors for measuring and 3D mapping for accessories. Includes list of vendors with some interesting inclusions.
2014 Toyota Tundra Measuring Session Attracts Crowd | Specialty Equipment Market Association