Ride comfort. Because Toyota pairs stiff springs for towing with the 5.7-liter engine, there’s no getting away from the Tundra’s stiff ride, which is a shame. Driving around town, you’ll constantly be reminded that your truck is capable of towing a small RV. Noise & vibration. Typical of Toyota trucks, the Tundra is loud when it’s first started (fan noise, mostly), but it’s also rather noisy even while cruising. But engine racket during acceleration isn’t overly obtrusive. Technology. The Tundra is equipped with Toyota’s Entune system, which, when combined with an app on your phone, allows you to integrate various systems. It’s OK, but rival infotainment systems are easier to use.