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#11369387 - 01/25/16 03:16 PM Toyota Tundra
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Ok can someone give me some actual MPG that they are getting on a Toyota Tundra Crew Max 4x4. I see on their website that they say 13-18 mpg, but I would like to here from some people who actually own them

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#11369391 - 01/25/16 03:19 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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Registered: 05/11/09
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Loc: Katy, Lake LBJ
I've got a 2014 1794 edition and get between 14 and 15 average

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#11369408 - 01/25/16 03:24 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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I've got an 08 but not 4wd. Average I'd say 15mpg. I think your estimate is right on the lower end. The only time I've ever got 18 was 55-60mph for a full tank. That being said my next truck will be another Tundra. It's built like a tank, looks good, comfortable for all day driving, and I love it. I bought it knowing I'd get 15mpg and I'm ok with that.

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#11369588 - 01/25/16 05:03 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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Originally Posted By: stratos
Ok can someone give me some actual MPG that they are getting on a Toyota Tundra Crew Max 4x4. I see on their website that they say 13-18 mpg, but I would like to here from some people who actually own them

Thanks
Winter driving I get 16mpg on hwy...14.5-15 mpg combined....warmer months I can get 17 on hwy when not driving 80 mph..my best mpg on hwy comes at 2000-2100 rpm..I have a 2013 CM 4x4


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#11369670 - 01/25/16 05:47 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: gander]
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I drove a friends 2wd tundra from fort worth to Laredo awhile back. I got 15.1 mpg on the first fuel stop and 14.8 on the second. All highway driving close to the speed limit. Nice truck but very thirsty. Only thing I really didn't like about it is the ac and radio controls feel like they are too far from the driver. And the stiff suspension doesn't ride near as good as a Chevy at high speeds.
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#11371275 - 01/26/16 10:04 AM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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Registered: 06/04/09
Posts: 176
Loc: Center, TX
12-15. '14 Tundra crewmax 4x4. Heavy foot

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#11371582 - 01/26/16 12:03 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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14-15 mpg is about what you're going to average. My dad has an extended cab 2WD and averages 16-17. 14-15 is a very common number for the 4WD crew cab models if you're not too heavy on the gas pedal.
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#11381590 - 01/30/16 10:11 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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Registered: 11/09/03
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Loc: North Fort Worth
I have a '14 Crew Max 4x4. I've had it on one road trip and it got something like 16-17 mpg. Most of its driving is to the grocery store or to drop off/pick up the boy from school just a few miles away and it's getting 13 mpg. However, when its pulling the boat I get 9 mpg.



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#11383272 - 02/01/16 07:21 AM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Blue Blazer 2400]
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I personally cannot believe that Toyota doesn't seem to care about fuel mileage in the Tundra. I know gas is cheap now but it will not stay that way.
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#11383961 - 02/01/16 12:42 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: BrianTx01]
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Originally Posted By: BrianTx01
I personally cannot believe that Toyota doesn't seem to care about fuel mileage in the Tundra. I know gas is cheap now but it will not stay that way.
I am not sure that Tundra's are that much worse when it comes to real world numbers. My brother has a 2015 F150 5.0 and he gets 16 on the highway.
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#11384373 - 02/01/16 03:54 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Stump jumper]
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Loc: San Antonio
Originally Posted By: Stump jumper
Originally Posted By: BrianTx01
I personally cannot believe that Toyota doesn't seem to care about fuel mileage in the Tundra. I know gas is cheap now but it will not stay that way.
I am not sure that Tundra's are that much worse when it comes to real world numbers. My brother has a 2015 F150 5.0 and he gets 16 on the highway.


I can tell you my F150 ecoboost 4x4 gets 19mpg on the highway hand calculated with the cruise set at 68. May not be a huge difference but it is a difference that caused me to buy one over the other.
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#11384414 - 02/01/16 04:11 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Stump jumper]
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Originally Posted By: Stump jumper
Originally Posted By: BrianTx01
I personally cannot believe that Toyota doesn't seem to care about fuel mileage in the Tundra. I know gas is cheap now but it will not stay that way.
I am not sure that Tundra's are that much worse when it comes to real world numbers. My brother has a 2015 F150 5.0 and he gets 16 on the highway.


I pulled a 19' boat to/from San Antonio to Choke canyon for 4 days straight and averaged a l4-15 mpg going 60-65 with a 5.3 chevy. Toyotas are what they are, but you don't get the power at no fuel expense.

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#11386235 - 02/02/16 10:28 AM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Stump jumper]
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Registered: 06/24/09
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Loc: Garland, TX
Originally Posted By: Stump jumper
Originally Posted By: BrianTx01
I personally cannot believe that Toyota doesn't seem to care about fuel mileage in the Tundra. I know gas is cheap now but it will not stay that way.
I am not sure that Tundra's are that much worse when it comes to real world numbers. My brother has a 2015 F150 5.0 and he gets 16 on the highway.


Hmmm. My 2015 5.0 just town driving round trip Garland to Irving daily getting 18 running the Bush, last road trip it got 19. Now it just hit 10k so not sure if it will change but I'm happy with it. I even pulled my Triton to Grand Lake in Oklahoma back in October and got on average 17 it only had 5k miles on it then. I by no means baby one either. Nor do I let it set at idle very much.
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#11386565 - 02/02/16 12:21 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: 2015fordnut]
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Originally Posted By: 2015fordnut
Originally Posted By: Stump jumper
Originally Posted By: BrianTx01
I personally cannot believe that Toyota doesn't seem to care about fuel mileage in the Tundra. I know gas is cheap now but it will not stay that way.
I am not sure that Tundra's are that much worse when it comes to real world numbers. My brother has a 2015 F150 5.0 and he gets 16 on the highway.


Hmmm. My 2015 5.0 just town driving round trip Garland to Irving daily getting 18 running the Bush, last road trip it got 19. Now it just hit 10k so not sure if it will change but I'm happy with it. I even pulled my Triton to Grand Lake in Oklahoma back in October and got on average 17 it only had 5k miles on it then. I by no means baby one either. Nor do I let it set at idle very much.
4x4?
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#11386620 - 02/02/16 12:46 PM Re: Toyota Tundra [Re: Stump jumper]
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