Available for auction is this 2014 Toyota Tundra XK50 CrewMax 1794 Edition finished in Sunset Bronze Mica over a saddle brown leather interior. For the 2014 model year, Toyota introduced a new “1794” luxury trim package for the Tundra. The name comes from the year in which the cattle ranch that Toyota’s Texas factory now sits upon was founded. All 1794 Tundras come handsomely equipped with heated and ventilated front seats, wood trim, a premium audio system, and more. This example has been tastefully upgraded with a Magnuson Supercharger, 37” tires, a 6” suspension lift, Bushwacker fender flares, a Leer camper shell, air suspension, an upgraded sound system, and much more. It was first registered in Idaho where it was upgraded by its original owner before being acquired by the seller in 2021. It is now being offered for auction showing just under 60k miles on the odometer.
For 2014. the Tundra received a styling refresh which included a larger grill, more pronounced fenders, and a restyled tailgate and taillights. This 1794 Edition comes finished in Sunset Bronze Mica and features Toyota’s most spacious CrewMax cab. The finish is said to remain in very good overall condition with a layer of paint protection film covering the front end. Detailed images can be found in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report. Equipment includes a color-matched Leer camper shell with built-in roof storage, spray-in bedliner, a Fab Four Premium off-road front bumper with built-in LED lights and a 15,000 lb. Warn synthetic winch, LED headlights and front-mounted light bar, front D shackles, towing mirrors, AMP Research power side steps, and color-matched Bushwacker fender flares. It rides on a set of 20” XD wheels dressed in 37” Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.
As with the exterior, 2014 brought changes to the inside of the Tundra including new seats, gauges, controls, updated ergonomics, and a redesigned dashboard. The cabin of this 1794 Edition is upholstered in Lexus-sourced saddle brown leather with Alcantara accents and contrasting stitching. The dashboard and door panels are also trimmed in leather and accented by wood trim. Equipment includes power-adjustable heated and ventilated front seats, a power sunroof, blind-spot monitoring, a wood-trimmed steering wheel, and a power rear window. The seller states about $8k was invested in creating the custom sound system including an Alpine X009 head unit with a built-in OBD2 scanner, new Alpine speakers, and two Polk Audio PAD 4000.4 amplifiers. Other accessories include WeatherTech floor liners, a lockable storage compartment under the rear seat, and a remote starter system.
Power comes from a 5.7-liter V8 engine equipped with a Magnuson Supercharger. The wheels are driven by way of a 6-speed automatic transmission, a part-time selectable four-wheel-drive system, an automatic limited-slip differential (Auto LSD), and a 4.30:1 axle. All Tundras equipped with the 5.7-liter V8 come standard with the Towing Package which adds engine oil and transmission coolers, an integrated trailer hitch, and larger brakes. The suspension has been lifted approximately 6” with Firestone air springs, Fox Racing front shocks, and Pro Comp rear shocks. Additional upgrades include a Transferflow 46-gallon fuel tank and a K&N air filter. The CARFAX report shows 16 service entries dating back as far as 2013, with the most recent having been completed earlier in November 2022 by Larry H. Miller Toyota. The seller adds that the supercharger was recently serviced and confirms that there are no outstanding maintenance items at this time.
This sale will include owner’s literature and a clean title.