Associate Editor Tim Esterdahl is a married father of three who enjoys all things automotive including wrenching on his collection of old pickups. He also plays an absurd amount of golf. Like really absurd.
The perennial thought, among critics, is that the Tundra is the WORST pickup for fuel economy on the market. Not so fast says Consumer Reports who has tested all of them. Does 1 MPG matter?
The Active Fuel Management system that GMC/Chevy has used for years, is well known to excessively use oil. GM has updated a fix and it doesn’t seem to work 100 percent of the time. Will the problem ever go away? Is Cylinder Deactivation just a bad technology?
So, you think your truck is cool with a lift kit, light bar and supercharger. We get it. But, can it stop a bullet? We didn’t think so, this seriously modified Toyota Tundra can. Oh and by the way, it is a diesel. STOP DROOLING!
A hot topic for Toyota Tundra Crewmax owners is the lack of bed size options from factory. While the factory option is not coming anytime soon, what about aftermarket options? The crew at LongBedMyTruck.com has such an option. I recently had a chance to interview the owner about his product. Here are his thoughts.
The latest hubbub has been all over the forums and automotive news sites about Toyota considering a Cummins diesel engine. While it has been fun watching the all the buzz, it is time for us to weigh in. I talked with Toyota’s national brand manager, here is the real deal.