2022 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Limited CrewMax 5.5 Review Gallery

A closer look at the all-new, third-generation Toyota Tundra.

The third-generation Toyota Tundra is here. We recently spent a week with the Limited CrewMax 5.5 to see how it fares, and you can read our thoughts here. All-new Toyota pickups don’t come around that often, and the newest Tundra is not short on interesting details. From a twin-turbo V-6 to a 14-inch touchscreen, there’s plenty to fawn over in the full-size, 1500-class ‘Yota, but there’s also some things we’re not as fond of. Let’s take a closer look at the 2022 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Limited CrewMax 5.5 with the TRD Off Road package.

The front end’s lighting treatment is designed to mimic that available by the aftermarket, and it’s a success for 2022.Ross Ballot
There are three power options, with our test unit having the middle power number. The engine bay doesn’t offer much to look at but we saw 18.3 mpg over our test loan, which is drastically better than the old 5.7-liter V-8 delivered.Ross Ballot
The steering wheel is chunky and almost sporty feeling.Ross Ballot
Falken Wildpeak tires are hot right now, though these aren’t the same as the A/T3Ws that are of huge popularity in the Toyota and Jeep community.Ross Ballot
The back seat offers plenty of space.Ross Ballot
Storage under the rear seat is handy for small items.Ross Ballot
We’re big fans of the button in the driver-side taillight that opens the tailgate.Ross Ballot
The 14-inch screen steals the show when it comes to interior accoutrements.Ross Ballot
We’re glad Toyota offers rock rails, even if they offer no help for ingress/egress.Ross Ballot
The Tundra already looks like it’s been upfitted by an aftermarket lighting company.Ross Ballot
In-bed power supply is a nice touch.Ross Ballot
Standard towing fare out back, plus more lighting.Ross Ballot
The bed step is helpful for climbing up/down, but we prefer GM’s design which integrates the step into the bumper.Ross Ballot
This knob controls the drive modes and 4WD technology. It’s chunky and easy to use.Ross Ballot
The large screen and bed-facing camera are helpful for keeping an eye on things out back.Ross Ballot
The low bed sides and front mean the Polaris’ bumper gets dangerously close to the rear window. Other trucks—like GM and Ram vehicles—don’t have this issue, but the beds are harder to reach into from the ground.Ross Ballot
The gauge cluster looks like it’s a decade old.Ross Ballot
We barely snuck the Polaris’ tires through the wheel wells.Ross Ballot
The Tundra’s bed and suspension handle the heft of the Polaris fine, but the tailgate looked a little stressed under the weight.Ross Ballot
The 2022 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Limited CrewMax 5.5 and our long-term Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 Ride Command.Ross Ballot
The 2022 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Limited CrewMax 5.5 and our long-term Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 Ride Command.Ross Ballot