Toyota crew: 2007 Toyota Tundra MSRPs announced *PICS*

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    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 truckers” and is versatile enough to be a highly capable truck for work or for personal use.

    The 2007 Tundra offers three levels of power, all with standard VVT-i. In Regular and Double Cab models, a standard 4.0-liter V6 produces 236 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and a healthy 266 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. The 4.0-liter engine achieves city/highway fuel economy ratings of 17/20 mpg.

    The mid-grade option for these models – and standard on CrewMax models – is the proven 4.7-liter i-Force V8, producing 271 horsepower at 5,400 rpm and 313 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 3,400 rpm. Both 4x2 and 4x4 models equipped with the
    4.7-liter engine feature city/highway fuel economy ratings of 15/18 mpg.

    The Tundra's trump card under the hood is the all-new 5.7-liter i-Force V8 that features Dual Independent VVT-i and is available in every model configuration. Specifically designed for full-size pickup applications, the i-Force 5.7 puts out an impressive 381 horsepower at 5,600 rpm, and unleashes 401 lb.-ft of peak torque at 3,600 rpm. 4x4 models equipped with the 5.7-liter engine achieve city/highway fuel economy ratings of 14/18 mpg, while 4x2 models achieve 16/20 mpg.

    Towing equipment is standard on all V8 models and includes a hitch receiver, 4.30 rear differential, supplemental transmission cooler, transmission temperature gauge, 7 pin connector, and a trailer brake controller pre-wire. Fourteen of Tundra's 31 models are capable of towing over 10,000 lbs and the Regular Cab 5.7L 4x2 Long Bed model features a towing capacity up to 10,800 pounds.

    Tundra will provide the most comprehensive standard safety equipment in the full-size pickup market. It is the first full-size pickup to offer standard front seat side airbags and front and rear roll-sensing side curtain airbags on every model. All Tundra models also feature the STAR safety system as standard equipment, which includes ABS, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Traction Control (TRAC).

    Tundra is the only truck to offer 18 x 8 inches wheels with 255/70 R18 tires as standard equipment on every model to accommodate 13.9 inch front rotors. No other truck in the class offers larger tires and wheels as standard equipment on all models. Optional 20-inch alloy wheels with 275/55 R20 tires are available on Limited models.

    All models come standard with an easy lower-and-lift tailgate, dual-zone climate control system, AM/FM CD with a mini-plug jack and MP3/WMA playback capability, tilt wheel, two power points, tachometer, digital clock, coolant temperature gauge, and dual glove box.

    4x2 TUNDRA
    V6 Reg Cab 5ECT $22,290
    V6 Reg Cab LB 5ECT $22,620
    V8 4.7 Reg Cab 5ECT $23,430
    V8 5.7 Reg Cab 6ECT $24,380
    V8 4.7 Reg Cab LB 5ECT $23,760
    V8 5.7 Reg Cab LB 6ECT $24,710

    SR5 V6 Double Cab 5ECT $26,105
    SR5 V8 4.7 Double Cab 5ECT $26,850
    SR5 V8 5.7 Double Cab 6ECT $28,110
    SR5 V8 4.7 Double Cab LB 5ECT $27,180
    SR5 V8 5.7 Double Cab LB 6ECT $28,440
    LTD V8 4.7 Double Cab 5ECT $34,240
    LTD V8 5.7 Double Cab 6ECT $35,490

    SR5 V8 4.7 CrewMax 5ECT $29,675
    SR5 V8 5.7 CrewMax 6ECT $30,935



    ENGINE BODY STYLE TRANSMISSION MSRP
    LTD V8 4.7 CrewMax 5ECT $37,540
    LTD V8 5.7 CrewMax 6ECT $38,790

    4x4 TUNDRA
    V8 4.7 Reg Cab 5ECT $26,480
    V8 5.7 Reg Cab 6ECT $27,440
    V8 4.7 Reg Cab LB 5ECT $26,810
    V8 5.7 Reg Cab LB 6ECT $27,770

    SR5 V8 4.7 Double Cab 5ECT $29,900
    SR5 V8 5.7 Double Cab 6ECT $31,160
    SR5 V8 4.7 Double Cab LB 5ECT $30,230
    SR5 V8 5.7 Double Cab LB 6ECT $31,490
    LTD V8 4.7L Double Cab 5ECT $37,290
    LTD V8 5.7L Double Cab 6ECT $38,550

    SR5 V8 4.7L CrewMax 5ECT $32,725
    SR5 V8 5.7L CrewMax 6ECT $33,985
    LTD V8 4.7L CrewMax 5ECT $40,590
    LTD V8 5.7L CrewMax 6ECT $41,850

    Tundra Regular Cab and Double Cab models will arrive at dealerships mid February, with CrewMax models reaching Toyota dealers in March.

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    Edmunds tested the Titan, Silverado, and Tundra against each other extensively, Tundra coming in first :bowdown:
     
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    fucking expensive, as always :o
     
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    nice trucks :hs:
     
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    That's fucking retarded. I'm going to buy a new truck, step up from my 01 z71 LT. I can get a Ford 4x4 Lariet 4 door for like 27k. Fuck that Toyota.
     
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    no manual trans.....weak
     
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    381 horse is fucking :cool:.... Wow.. I gotta go test drive one.
     
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    No market for a fullsize manual tranny. Only people that pull shit want a manual and they don't want a bullshit gas toyota.
     
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    available in the v6s
     
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    anyone look at where the starter is located on the V8? its in the valley underneath the intake manifold :wtf:
     
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    yeah, but that motor in that ford is getting pretty old...and you'll see tundras with minimal discounts and stuff by the end of the 07 model year
     
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    thats how they are on all toyota v8's
     
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    Your ford would probably die 3 times before that toyota even breaks in.
     
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    Ford will have a 6.0 V8 option for the F-150 in 2008.
     
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    well whaddya know
     
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    Umm no... you have no fucking idea. The Ford 5.4 is a solid motor.




    edit: this coming from a die hard chevy truck owner. Pay 10k more for a Toyota, no thanks.
     
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    stupid design....

    or brilliant if you are a mechanic :mamoru:
     
  18. High Voltage

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    :rofl: at thinking Toyota builds a better truck then ford
     
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    :werd:

    My SC400 is the same way
     
  20. High Voltage

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    you are correct sir
     
  21. ///M

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    they build a better motor.
     
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    AndyB I love you baby Kaitlyn and Dad

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    how the hell can you justify spending $40k on a pickup, regardless of marque
     
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    pos ford depreciation ftl (lost a shitload of money after my ford crapped out after only 60k miles)

    bought a used toyota and the resell is still solid, can't beat that no matter how long a ford motor will last
     
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