2014 Toyota Tundra

large pickup / Crew cab pickup

Crashworthiness

Rating overview
Small overlap front: driver-side
Small overlap front: passenger-side
Moderate overlap front
Side
Roof strength
Head restraints & seats

Crash avoidance & mitigation

Front crash prevention
Not available

Key

  • G
    Good
  • A
    Acceptable
  • M
    Marginal
  • P
    Poor
  • Superior
  • Advanced
  • Basic

Some ratings use a scale of Poor to Good. Others range from Basic to Superior.

Small overlap front: driver-side

Rating applies to 2014-19 models

Tested vehicle: 2016 Toyota Tundra SR5 CrewMax 2wd
The Toyota Tundra CrewMax was redesigned for the 2007 model year. Beginning with 2010 models, the driver and passenger frontal airbags and front seat belts were modified and knee airbags for the driver and front passenger were added. Beginning with 2014 models, the side curtain airbags were lengthened and reprogrammed to deploy in small overlap and moderate overlap frontal crashes to improve occupant protection.

Overall evaluation
Structure and safety cage
Injury measures
Head/neck
Chest
Hip/thigh
Lower leg/foot
Restraints and dummy kinematics

Action shot taken during the driver-side small overlap frontal crash test.

The dummy's position in relation to the door frame, steering wheel, and instrument panel after the crash test indicates that the driver's survival space was not maintained well.

The frontal and side curtain airbags worked well together to keep the head from coming close to any stiff structure or outside objects that could cause injury.

Intrusion of the door hinge pillar, toepan, and instrument panel contributed to a high risk of injury to the left lower leg, a significant risk to the left foot, and a moderate risk to the right lower leg.

Small overlap front: passenger-side

Rating applies to 2014-19 models

Tested vehicle: 2019 Toyota Tundra SR5 CrewMax 2wd
The Toyota Tundra CrewMax was redesigned for the 2007 model year. Beginning with 2010 models, the driver and passenger frontal airbags and front seat belts were modified and knee airbags for the driver and front passenger were added. Beginning with 2014 models, the side curtain airbags were lengthened and reprogrammed to deploy in small overlap and moderate overlap frontal crashes to improve occupant protection.

Overall evaluation
Structure and safety cage
Passenger injury measures
Head/neck
Chest
Hip/thigh
Lower leg/foot
Passenger restraints and dummy kinematics
The dummy’s movement was reasonably well controlled. The dummy’s head loaded the frontal airbag, which stayed in front of the dummy until rebound. The side curtain airbag deployed and has sufficient forward coverage to protect the head from contact with typical side structure and outside objects. The side torso airbag also deployed. However, the A-pillar intruded into the passenger space to the extent that the dummy's head hit the attached grab handle during the crash.
Driver injury measures
Head/neck
Chest
Hip/thigh
Lower leg/foot
Driver restraints and dummy kinematics

Action shot taken during the passenger-side small overlap frontal crash test.

The dummy's position in relation to the door frame and dashboard after the crash test indicates that the passenger's survival space was not maintained well.

The frontal and side curtain airbags worked reasonably well together, but smeared pink and red greasepaint shows where the dummy's head hit the intruding A-pillar grab handle.

Extensive intrusion of the dashboard, toepan, and door hinge pillar contributed to a likely risk of injury to the right lower leg and a significant risk to the right hip.

Moderate overlap front

Rating applies to 2014-19 models

Tested vehicle: 2016 Toyota Tundra SR5 CrewMax 2wd
The Toyota Tundra CrewMax was redesigned for the 2007 model year. Beginning with 2010 models, the driver and passenger frontal airbags and front seat belts were modified and knee airbags for the driver and front passenger were added. Beginning with 2014 models, the side curtain airbags were lengthened and reprogrammed to deploy in small overlap and moderate overlap frontal crashes to improve occupant protection.

Overall evaluation
Structure and safety cage
Injury measures
Head/neck
Chest
Leg/foot, left
Leg/foot, right
Restraints and dummy kinematics

Action shot taken during the moderate overlap frontal crash test.

Smeared greasepaint indicates where the dummy's head contacted the side curtain airbag during rebound.

The dummy's position in relation to the steering wheel and instrument panel after the crash test indicates that the driver's survival space was maintained well.

Forces on the right foot were sufficiently high to indicate the possibility of injuries.

Side

Rating applies to 2014-19 models

Tested vehicle: 2016 Toyota Tundra SR5 CrewMax 2wd
The Toyota Tundra CrewMax was redesigned for the 2007 model year. Beginning with 2014 models, the side curtain and side torso airbags as well as the front seat structure were modified to improve occupant protection in side impact crashes.

Overall evaluation
Structure and safety cage
Driver injury measures
Head/neck
Torso
Pelvis/leg
Head protection
Rear passenger injury measures
Head/neck
Torso
Pelvis/leg
Head protection

View of the vehicle and barrier just after the crash test.

Smeared greasepaint shows where the driver dummy's head was protected from being hit by hard structures by the side curtain airbag.

Smeared greasepaint shows where the rear passenger dummy’s head was protected by the side airbag.

View of the vehicle after the crash with doors removed, showing the side airbags and damage to the occupant compartment.

Roof strength

Rating applies to 2007-19 models

Tested vehicle: 2016 Toyota Tundra SR5 CrewMax 2wd

Overall evaluation
Curb weight 5,432 lbs
Peak force 21,384 lbs
Strength-to-weight ratio 3.94

Head restraints & seats

Rating applies to 2014-19 models

Seat type: Power cloth seat

Overall evaluation
Dynamic rating
Seat/head restraint geometry