Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra

Toyota may be facing its biggest failure in history: all the Tundras equipped with 5.7-liter V-8s may be recalled to replace the engines, a company spokesman said Wednesday. "Engine failure kills a car’s ability to run and it’s not a simple thing to fix." The launch of the new Tundra earlier this year was the most important introduction in the company’s history in the United States. But the rollout has suffered delays and disappointments. For instance, the Tundra earned lower frontal crash (...)
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There are rumors that Toyota is working on a hybrid version for their Tunda pick-up. The Hybrid Tundra will be available by 2010. Masatami Takimoto,a V.P. of power train development at Toyota, stated that current efforts by Toyota’s design teams to reduce costs of the key hybrid components will most likely result in the cost of hybrid powertrains to be equivalent to that of a gasoline powertrain by 2010. All current powertrains could be produced in a hybrid configuration right now at (...)
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Toyota is trying to adjust the production of certain trim levels to meet market demand.This will be done by increasing output on some, while reducing others. The world of full-sized pickups has taught the company several lessons until now. Toyota’s biggest seller, the CrewMax pickup is at the point where supply isn’t keeping up with demand. The pickup was originally thought to comprise between 50- and 60-percent of sales is, in actuality, closer to 70- to 80-percent. The standard-cab (...)
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When you are great baseball player , you expect to be compensated for your great playing skills through your salary - but when your David Ortiz, team owners go the distance. Red Sox owner presented "Big Papi" with a brand new Toyota Tundra at the beginning of spring training for his excellent performance and attitudes as a Boston Red Sox.

Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., announced manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) today for the all-new second-generation Tundra full-size pickup truck. Significantly bigger, more capable and more technically advanced in every metric of comparison, the 2007 Tundra is available in 31 models. The Tundra offers a choice of 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrains, three cab styles, three wheelbases, three bed lengths, three engines, and three trim levels. Tundra has been engineered for "true (...)

Toyota Motor Sales unveiled the all-new 2007 Tundra CrewMax full-size pickup at a press conference here today at the 2007 North American International Auto Show. CrewMax, arriving at dealers in March, will join the Tundra Regular Cab and Tundra Double Cab models, which arrive in February.

What’s hot on the road this year? According the Playboy’s "2007 Cars of the Year," street-legal speedsters, a hyper-quick hybrid, and a blast from the past that drives circles around the competition. The cars selected by Playboy were carefully chosen by an expert team of automotive writers who traveled the globe to test drive every new model they could get their hands on. They covered thousands of miles of the windiest, steepest, most challenging roads to sort the best from the (...)
Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc. will stage the world premiere of the all-new 2007 Tundra CrewMax full-size pickup at a press conference at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The four-door CrewMax will offer the most room, versatility and storage in the Tundra lineup. Larger in every dimension than the model it replaces, the 2007 Tundra is available in 31 model configurations, with a choice between 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrains, and towing capacity of more than (...)
The first all-new 2007 Tundra full-size pickup will roll off the assembly line at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc., or TMMTX, on Friday, November 17. The line-off of the new Tundra will mark the official grand opening of the $1.28-billion San Antonio plant. The plant will start with a one-shift operation, and add a second shift in the spring of 2007. "The full-size pickup truck market is, by far, the single-largest opportunity for Toyota’s future growth plans in the U.S.," (...)
Three new vehicles and one new Hybrid vehicle were recipients of the 2007 SEMA Vehicle Design Awards announced today at the SEMA Show. The awards are presented to the most accessory-friendly vehicle in four separate categories, Car, Truck, SUV and SEMA’s newest category, Hybrid. The Toyota Toyota Tundra took top honors in the Truck category, the Ford Shelby Shelby GT 500 won in the Car category and the Jeep Jeep Wrangler won in the SUV category. The newest award for the most accessory-friendly Hybrid vehicle (...)

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