The 2011 Toyota Tundra carries over the 2010 model year changes that saw this full-size pickup gain a new V8 and the subtlest of styling tweak. Mechanically, the truck has the same three-engine lineup with the 4.6-liter V8 is still being the most sensible choice. The V8 has 310 horsepower and better fuel economy than Tundra's V6. It also goes head to head with the entry level V8s available in the Dodge and GM trucks.
The 2011 Tundra sports the revamped grille and revised tail lamps that constituted this truck's 2010 appearance freshening. The truck also returns with the three cab styles and three bed lengths. Inside, the cabin of the Tundra is festooned with pockets and cubbies, including a bid, deep center console. Toyota could stand to enhance the truck's load-hauling versatility by making available cargo-bed binds to rival the RamBox system on the Dodge.