Consumer Reports has lost Toyota Tundra from its list of recommended full-size carts after making a bad impression in the latest round of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests.
The aging truck served a poor rating for passenger protection and a margin rating for the driver's side on a scale that ranks vehicles as good, acceptable, margin or poor.
Consumer Reports results in collision tests in their overall vehicle score, along with reliability, comfort, performance and other factors. Tundra's removal from the list leaves Ford F-1
Honda Ridgeline, the only truck to serve A IIHS Top Safety Pick designation is considered a compact pickup of Consumer Reports and is the only recommended truck in the segment with a score of 74.