2017 Toyota Tundra 4WD
The 2017 Toyota Tundra 4WD is a truck that's tougher than you might ever suspect. Learn more about how it's been engineered for the most rugged environments.
Do more with the 2017 Toyota Tundra 4WD. This truck is outfitted for tough work, letting you haul and tow plenty, so you can always handle whatever life has in store. It's also made to hit rugged trails, plow through snow or safely guide you through other treacherous terrain. You and your passengers are surrounded by luxury, thanks to comfortable and functional cabin designs, so every journey is far more enjoyable.
Six available models makes it easier to find an option that works with your lifestyle. For example, the Platinum is loaded with amenities and advanced technologies, while the TRD Pro is outfitted for hardcore off-roading.
Powering the Tundra is a standard 4.6-liter i-Force V-8, with 32 valves and acoustic control induction. It's an efficient option, thanks to the dual independent variable valve timing with intelligence. At the same time, the engine produces 310 horsepower and 327 lb.-ft. of torque.
A more powerful option is available, the 5.7-liter i-Force V-8 engine. It features 32 valves and an acoustic control induction system, allowing it to run quietly. Dual independent variable valve timing with intelligence helps maximize fuel economy, making stops for gas less frequent. Having 381 horsepower and 401 lb.-ft. of torque on tap means you're always equipped to take on any situation.
No matter which engine you choose, it works with a heavy-duty 6-speed electronically-controlled automatic transmission. Included is a sequential shift mode, plus uphill/downhill shift logic. Models with the 5.7-liter V-8 also have a tow/haul mode. The four-wheel-drive transfer case comes with high and low ranges. An automatic limited-slip differential and active traction control are also included.
Other mechanical systems add to the tough nature of the Tundra. The front double-wishbone suspension includes independent coil springs, plus low-pressure nitrogen gas-filled shock absorbers. In the rear, a trapezoidal multi-leaf rear suspension pairs up with the live axle and low-pressure nitrogen gas-filled shock absorbers. The TRD Pro gains a 2-inch lift, plus TRD Bilstein shock absorbers with remote reservoirs. All models are equipped with four-wheel ventilated disc brakes, providing consistently strong stopping power.
You can get the Tundra with an extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank, which is perfect for long hauls. The truck can tow up to 10,500 pounds. A 4/7-pin connector is integrated into the back bumper, so you can hook up to any trailer without worry. Also available is a combination meter to help you keep track of coolant temperature, battery charge, engine oil pressure and fuel pressure.
A complete approach to keeping you safe is built right into the Toyota Tundra. All models come with the Star Safety System, which bundles together essentials such as anti-lock brakes, Smart Stop Technology and vehicle stability control. Eight airbags are included as well, including knee bags for the driver and front outboard passenger. As an optional system, blind spot monitor is always looking out for other vehicles that are hidden from the driver's view. A warning light illuminates on either side mirror, signaling the danger. In addition, the tech can detect if another vehicle is approaching from the sides when you're backing out of a driveway or parking stall.
The best part is how spacious and comfortable the cabin layout is. There's enough legroom in the rear to stretch out, while available luxuries such as quilted leather upholstery, seat heaters and wood inlays elevate the space to an enviable level.