Regular cab Tundras carry either a bench seat with fold-down center armrest or captain's chairs with a central covered storage bin, while Access Cab variants add a three-across 60/40 split-folding rear bench. A possible downside for those looking to carry six big workmen: The Tundra isn't a full-size crew cab. However, it'll handle full-size adults with room to spare up front and medium-scale kids in the rear quarters.

The Tundra's no slouch when it comes to toting cargo, either. All standard cabs have an 8-foot bed, while Access Cabs get a 6.5-foot box. Both bays are 61.2 inches wide and span 49.3 inches between the wheelwells. Another nifty feature (for theft prevention) is a lockable tailgate that also can be easily removed to facilitate hauling longer payloads.