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About the 2016 Toyota Tundra

Vehicle Summary

Are you looking for a light-duty pickup and want to consider all the possibilities? The 2016 Toyota Tundra delivers all the muscle, flexibility, and smarts you need for trucking materials from the home improvement center, loading up the camping gear for the weekend, or bringing your crew out to the job site. You will find it in a number of configurations that include a standard three-seat, two-door cab, or bring along your friends in the double or crew cabs with seating for up to six. The 2016 Tundra was produced with the standard or long box and offers two-wheel or four-wheel drive. If you are wondering about taking the boat down to the lake, it is rated to tow up to 10,500 pounds1 when properly equipped.

There were six trims available in 2016 starting with the SR that featured vinyl bench seats, AM/FM radio, and Bluetooth® hands-free calling. The Limited is the Tundra’s luxury line with leather heated seats, navigation, and an easy-life tailgate. For off-roading fun look for the TRD PRO that includes skid plates, tow hooks, 115-volt outlets, and an off-road suspension.

1 Various factors may impact towing and payload capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

FAQ

Q: How much can the 2016 Toyota Tundra tow?

A: Tow up to a maximum of 10,500 pounds in a double cab, long bed SR with 4X2 and a 5.7L V8 engine.1

Q: Does the 2016 Toyota Tundra have push to start?

A: No, it does offer keyless remote entry, but you must put the key in the ignition to start.

Q: What kind of mileage does the 2016 Toyota Tundra get?

A: A 4X2 Tundra with the 4.6L V8 engine with 6-speed automatic transmission earns an estimated 17 mpg combined.2

Q: Is the 2016 Toyota Tundra 4WD?

A: Five of the six available trims - the SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and 1794 Edition - were offered as either 4X2 or four-wheel drive. The TRD Pro comes standard with four-wheel drive.

1 Various factors may impact towing and payload capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

2 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.

2016 Toyota Tundra vs. Other Trucks

  • 2016 Toyota Tundra vs. 2016 Ram 1500
    It can appear that the Ram 1500 earns better fuel mileage than the Tundra, but that is because the Ram offers a 3.0L V6 diesel engine that achieves an estimated 24 mpg combined on a two-wheel drive work truck with automatic transmission.2 However, the diesel only achieves 240 hp while the base 4.6L V8 with automatic transmission and two-wheel drive on the Tundra churns out 310 hp while earning its best estimated 17 mpg combined.2 The Tundra offers the Entune App Suite on the Limited that accesses your favorite websites3 while the Ram only has hands-free calling via Bluetooth®. The Ram also has a limited payload of up to 1,760 pounds while the Tundra maxes out at 2,060 pounds1 in the bed. You may find a Ram 1500 with a RamBox add-on that serves as a locking toolbox built into the bed rails - a unique upgrade found only on this brand.
  • 2016 Toyota Tundra vs. GMC Sierra 1500
    The GMC is built for the working truck segment and is able to tow up to 12,000 pounds when properly equipped and configured while the Tundra tops out at 10,500 pounds.1 You will also find a third engine option on the Sierra that includes the beefy 6.2L V8 that extends its payload capacity up to 2,260 pounds against the Tundra's 2,060 pounds.1 You can connect to Android Auto® and Apple CarPlay® in the Sierra with the appropriate add-on technology package. The Sierra also manages an estimated 20 mpg combined with its 4.3L V6 engine, automatic transmission, and two-wheel drive while offering the five-foot five-inch short box2. The Tundra sticks to the standard and long box options.
  • 2016 Toyota Tundra vs. Ford F-150
    Extend your fuel economy in the F-150 to an estimated 22 mpg combined when you find a truck with the 2.7L EcoBoost engine that also earns 325 hp2. However, the standard engine is the 3.5L V6 with 282 hp that struggles to keep up with the base Tundra motor of 4.6L V8 and 310 hp. There is the 5.0L V8 workhorse available that extends your towing ability on the 4X2 up to 12,200 pounds1 using 385 hp and its automatic transmission. For 2016, Ford also released updates to its bed and suspension construction that extended its payload capacity up to 3,270 pounds soaring over the 2,060 found on the Tundra1. While the F-150 was not released with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Ford released a software patch in 2017 that allows vehicles with SYNC 3 to upgrade its compatibility to include the popular app-heavy features. You are still restricted to the App Suite in the Tundra when you have the navigation package.

1 Various factors may impact towing and payload capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

2 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.

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Safety Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2016 Toyota Tundra. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.

NHTSA Overall Rating
4/5
Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Test: A head-on collision between two similar vehicles traveling at 35 mph.
Overall
4/5
Front Driver Side
4/5
Front Passenger Side
4/5
Side Barrier Crash Rating Test: A vehicle standing in an intersection sustains driver side impact from a vehicle moving at 38.5 mph.
Overall
5/5
Driver
5/5
Rear Passenger
5/5
Side Pole Crash Rating Test: A vehicle slides sideways at 20 mph and impacts a tree or telephone pole.
Overall
5/5
Combined Side Barrier and Pole Crash Ratings: Test data is combined to indicate overall safety by passenger location.
Front Seat
5/5
Back Seat
5/5
Rollover Resistance Test: A single vehicle moving at 55 mph loses control on a curve, leaves the road, and rolls over.
Rollover Rating
4/5
Dynamic Test Result
No Tip
Risk of Rollover
19.8%

Reviews for 2016 Toyota Tundra

Overall Rating

4.9 out of 5(7 reviews)

Best truck in America

3rd one owned! Top quality, powerful, roomy, trouble free dependability.

- Dave Olmstead, 2016 Toyota Tundra

Great truck at a good price.

- Marshall Jones, 2016 Toyota Tundra

Great truck! Great price! Great value!

Performs very well. Holds it value very well. This is my sixth consecutive Toyota truck/SUV; all have performed well and been very reliable.

- J O, 2016 Toyota Tundra

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.