The Toyota Tundra is a full-size truck. Unlike traditional domestic-brand pickups, the Tundra does not come in a heavy-duty version. Instead, Toyota sells only a light-duty Tundra aimed at retail customers. Tundras typically rank high for reliability, but Toyota's truck can't match rivals' payload ratings. The latest Tundra has competitive tow ratings, thanks to a vigorous twin-turbocharged V6 engine. A hybrid Toyota Tundra provides even more robust performance and higher fuel economy. Of course, there's more to full-size truck ownership than just numbers. If you're shopping for an everyday vehicle, the Toyota Tundra's composed ride quality and impressive package of safety and infotainment technology make it a strong contender.