We love the Toyota Tundra. It’s a full-size truck that seriously packs a punch. For the 2014 model year, Toyota has added a unique trim level, reminiscent of the Wild West: the 1794 Edition.
You may be wondering why Toyota chose that year of all years. Well, to start, the 2014 Tundra is an all-American truck, engineered, designed, and manufactured in the US. So Toyota decided to name their new trim level after the founding year of the JCL Ranch, which used to stand in the very place where the Tundra’s San Antonio plant now resides. The 1794 Edition is an ode to the heritage of San Antonio and the American West.
The Western theme is not exclusive to the 1794 badge on the exterior of the Tundra. On the contrary, climb inside this beauty to see a custom-styled, brown leather-trimmed interior. Bask in the glory of the luxury leather seats, the wood-grain accents, the enormous interior. This is a truck to write home about.
2014 Toyota Tundra 1794 Features
In addition to its unique saddle brown leather accents, the Tundra 1794 Edition offers the best of the best when it comes to standard features. Owners will experience:
- Power tilt/slide moonroof
- Headlamp level control
- Performance dual exhaust
- Blind-spot monitor with rear-cross traffic alert
- Front and rear parking sonar
- Leather and wood-grain power tilt/telescoping steering wheel
- Heated and ventilated front seats
- Entune Premium JBL audio with navigation
- 7-inch high-resolution touch-screen display
- HomeLink Universal Transceiver
- USB Car Charger
Looking for a truck that is as unique as you are? The search is over. Check out the 2014 Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition at Dick Dyer Toyota in Columbia, South Carolina. View their full 2014 Tundra inventory online.
The Toyota Tundra, Tacoma, and 4Runner: three models that are already at the top of their game, delivering the ultimate performance and power. But for those who need some extra brawn and brute, the TRD Pro edition delivers the off-roading capabilities of your dreams.
Taking on the unbeaten path is child’s play for the TRD Pro, thanks to its heavy-duty skid plates, high-performance off-road tires, improved suspension, and top-notch power. Plus, TRD Pro models stand out from the pack with their unique burnt orange exterior and flat black accents.
The 2015 TRD Pro models include the Tundra, Tacoma, and 4Runner. Here are the off-roading features that can be found on each:
2015 TRD Pro Tundra
- High-performance TRD Bilstein® shocks with remote reservoirs
- TRD-tuned front springs
- Reinforced TRD skid plate
- TRD dual exhaust
2015 TRD Pro Tacoma
- 16-inch beadlock-style wheels
- High-performance tires
- Bilstein® gas shocks
- TRD exhaust system
2015 TRD Pro 4Runner
- Body-on-frame construction
- Bilstein® remote-reservoir shocks
- New skid plate
- 17-inch black alloy wheels
Visit the Toyota website for more information about the 2015 TRD Pro series and to view availability in the Columbia region, including Irmo, Lexington, Sumter, and Orangeburg. With a TRD Pro, you can truly work hard and play harder.
When it comes to full-size pickup trucks, the 2014 Toyota Tundra fits the bill, and then some. It offers the power, space, and features that truck drivers crave with added reliability and luxury not found in other nameplates.
The Toyota Tundra has plenty of new features to be excited about, including: the Toyota Entune suite, a standard rearview camera, updated exterior styling, a new interior design, and available rear cross-traffic alerts.
But we are really excited about the fully loaded 2014 Tundra that has arrived on our lot, featuring the Double Cab body style and the Limited trim. Here’s what allows this Toyota Tundra to make the “fully loaded” cut:
- 5.7-liter Flex Fuel V8 with 381-horsepower
- Power Windows with Auto Up/Down on Front Windows
- Illuminated Entry System
- Glass Breakage Sensor
- Front and Rear Parking Sonar
- Running Boards
- Spray In Bedliner
- USB Car Charger
- Apple to USB Cable
- Apple Lightening to USB Cable
- Micro to USB Cable
- Clear Paint Protection
To view complete vehicle specs and prices, visit the Dick Dyer Toyota website. This 2014 Toyota Tundra is one of a kind and full loaded for you!
What do Las Vegas, a new Toyota, professional athletes, and world-class brands have in common? Why, the Toyota Dream Build Challenge of course!
For the 2013 Challenge, 4 teams were given 7 weeks to build the Toyota of their dreams. Each team was comprised of Team Toyota athletes as well as their sponsoring brand. Toyota fans just like you voted for their favorite Dream Build and we are happy to announce a winner has been chosen!
Yesterday at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Joe Gibbs Racing MX, along with their brand sponsor N-FAB Inc., won the Challenge with their “Let’s Go Moto” Tundra dream build. The team wanted to make the Tundra into a “rolling pitlane,” complete with an 8-foot pit box-style bed, a spare engine, and video feeds.
Check out this video to see the winning Toyota Dream Build Tundra for yourself:
With Thanksgiving last week and the holiday season approaching, Dick Dyer Toyota wants to do its part for the needy of Columbia, offering a helping hand to the members of their local community. What better way to help out than by aiding one of the biggest food banks in all of Columbia.
Beginning December 1, Dick Dyer Toyota will be a collection center for canned food and dried goods that will benefit the Harvest Hope Food Bank. They will have a Toyota Tundra Double Cab in the showroom which will serve as the container for all donations; simply put your donations right in the truck bed.
But Dick Dyer Toyota’s generosity does not stop there. They are also offering $5 off any service for each donation. So why not bring a canned good with you next time you go to the dealership for service? You will get $5 off instantly.
Dick Dyer Toyota chose an exceptional food bank to support. Harvest Hope Food Bank feeds people from 20 counties, works with the non-profit Feeding America, and fed almost 2 million needy people last year alone. In addition, Harvest Hope provides hunger relief to people affected by emergencies in Columbia. They truly are a staple in the community.
So come on by Dick Dyer Toyota to donate to Harvest Hope and to get $5 off your service. Give back this holiday season with Dick Dyer Toyota!
According to J.D. Power and Associates, Toyota is the most dependable non-premium nameplate. During this year’s Dependability Study, the motor company tied for third overall and improved by 18 fewer problems out of 100, compared to last year.
Every year, J.D. Power and Associates completes a Dependability Study of new vehicles that have been driven for three years. Drivers are asked to report problems they have had in the last 12 months with their three-year-old vehicle. Their responses are then used to determine which vehicles are the most dependable.
A total of eight Toyota vehicles were among the top three most dependable vehicles in their segments. These vehicles include the Yaris, Prius, Corolla, Camry, Highlander, Sienna, Avalon, and Tundra. In addition, the Yaris, Prius, and Tundra were ranked number one in their segment.
So come to Dick Dyer Toyota to get your highly dependable car today!