Ranking Every Toyota Tundra Generation from Best to Worst

The second generation of the Toyota Tundra takes the top spot, noted for its long production run from the 2007 model year through to 2021. This generation stood out for maintaining the iconic Toyota reliability over the years while incorporating increasingly modern technological advancements. Its size was also adjusted to better compete with other full-sized pickups in its class.

During its 15-year availability, only three years saw it not recommended by Consumer Reports, yet it maintained high reliability and owner satisfaction ratings throughout. Reliability ratings varied from mid-60s to high 70s, with 2014 showcasing the peak score of 78, coinciding with the year the Tundra received its most significant redesign. Even at its lowest point in 2015 with a rating of 46, it managed to bounce back the following year to 64.

The 2014 Tundra model marked a period of consistently high ratings in the 70s from 2018 to 2020. Despite any fluctuations into the 60s or slightly below in certain years, owner satisfaction scores remained impressively high, never dropping below four out of five. This generation distinguished itself by blending size, reliability, and technological conveniences, such as the inclusion of a backup camera, making it a leading choice in its category.

[Image by U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration via Wikimedia Commons | Cropped and scaled | Public Domain]

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