2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Review: Fierce Looks, Gentle Demeanor

If you’re worried about visibility, Toyota’s Solar Orange paint job should help.

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Pavement and dirt are two different beasts, so it’s not a stretch to assume that trucks engineered for more extensive off-road use might make some sacrifices to on-road comfort. But the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro does both with aplomb, shrinking the gap between this oft-overlooked Japanese pickup truck and its egregiously popular American counterparts.


  • Composed, comfortable on the road

  • Good cabin and safety tech

Don’t like

  • Still a lot of hard plastic for $69k

  • Middling economy for a hybrid

From a distance, though, the Tundra TRD Pro doesn’t exactly scream subtlety. In fact, it screams more like a teenager who’s had one too many cans of birthday-cake-flavored Bang. My tester’s $425 shade of Solar Octane paint ensures you can see this truck from across a dense parking lot, or perhaps even from space. Throw a billion chunky design elements into the mix, along with some slick digital camouflage trim and matte-black 18-inch alloy wheels, and the TRD Pro looks…

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