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THIS is how tough the Tundra TRD Pro is...

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Toyota went to Chile to put the Tundra TRD Pro to the test. The test? Driving up a Volcano.

See how it did in the video below:

Toyota sent two professional off-road racers, Ryan Millen and Andy Bell, to Chile with a Tundra TRD Pro to find out if the truck can climb volcanoes and of course they brought along a camera crew to document the trip. After enlisting the help of a local, the pair took off to tackle some of the most challenging terrain in the world.

The TRD Pro Tundra comes from the factory with a two-inch lift, Bilstein shocks with remote reservoirs, skid plates, a TRD exhaust, TRD springs and a revised interior that features TRD Pro embroidery, floor mats and badges. Power is unchanged in the TRD Pro model, still coming from a 5.7-liter V8 that makes 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque.

Watch the video to see exactly how well Ryan and Andy fare in the Chilean desert.
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Tundra's looking pretty tough. Toyota has always been known as one of the most reliable automotive brand in the industry. I still rather get a dodge though. Something about them I've always loved.
its a tough toyota
just not a vehicle for me
always been a RAM guy and anyone that has been into RAM trucks will know its hard to veer away :D
I'm sure Toyota makes great trucks, and this is evidence of that, but I really tend towards trucks from American car companies. it just seems like they are the experts when it comes to pickups. I try not to judge a vehicle by its brand though. I try to keep an open mind.
Yeah, there's a lot of good trucks out there from many different brand. It comes to preference and history with whatever truck brand you've been through. I do love my rams but I like to test drive other trucks to see what's really out there.
It makes you feel all the more confident in your choice when you've actually tried out the other brands and you still believe that your brand is the best one.
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