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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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 
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