After disclosing on 2013 Chicago Automobile Present, the revamped 2014 Toyota Tundra will get to Toyota dealers in September 2013. It debuted at Chicago Car Show with 3 powertrains, 5 different unique grades and a spacious brand-new interior design.
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Design and Styling
Calty design team set out to create a vibrant and effective exterior to symbolize Toyota Tundra’s performance abilities. The grille has a taller, bolder appearance, aesthetically linking upper consumption to lower bumper. front lesser bumpers are now a three-piece layout, permitting lesser replacement prices. Furthermore, fenders and tire wells have actually been squared-off for a wide and tough stance.
The brand-new indoor variants are thematic and accommodate a particular consumer with a particular budget. Ergonomic enhancements consist of less complicated driver access to commands as the reach to the audio and HVAC commands was minimized by 2.6 inches. Big knobs have actually been retained so they can be run with or without work gloves.
Overall traveler convenience was enhanced with a new front and back seat layout and enhanced front seat ventilation. Furthermore, front seats have extra trip, and back seats can now be folded up for added cargo holding ability while preserving a comfy seating back angle and decreasing tons the height by greater than 11 inches.
The inside has a tough, interlocked building with brand-new instrument panel. The meters include 3-D metallic bands and specific evaluates grouped in a clear, easy-to-see layout with a center-mounted multi-information (LCD) show screen. The console style holds a number of storage space locations for individual products and electronics plus additional padded surfaces and accent sewing in superior grades. Both Double Taxi and CrewMax are available with a bench or container seats for front row.
2014 Toyota Tundra Under the Hood
Toyota Expanse remains to provide 3 shown powertrains that are amongst the most effective in its segment. A 4.0-liter Dual Overhead Cam (DOHC) V6 is typical on Tundra Routine and Double Taxi models and generates 270 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 278 foot-pounds of peak torque at 4,400 rpm. It is joineded with a five-speed automatic transmission with uphill/downhill change reasoning. EPA-estimated fuel economic situation is 16/20/17 mpg (city/hwy/comb).
readily available 4.6-liter, DOHC i-Force V8 provides 310 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 327 foot-pounds of peak torque at 3,400 revoltions per minute. EPA-estimated mpg fuel economic situation is 15/19/16 mpg (city/hwy/comb) on 4×2 models and 14/18/16 mpg (city/hwy/comb) on designs 4×4.
Toyota Tundra workhorse, and still among most capable and innovative engines in the full-size pickup segment, is 5.7-liter, DOHC i-Force V8. Tundra’s most prominent engine with owners, it generates 381 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 401 foot-pounds of peak torque at 3,600 rpm. The 5.7-liter is offered in both gasoline and “Flex Fuel” variants. Fuel efficiency on 4×2 models is a competitive 13/18/16 mpg (city/hwy/comb) while the 4×4 achieves 13 /17 /15 mpg (city/hwy/comb).
Both V8’s come standard with a six-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission. All Tundra engines feature an aluminum cylinder block and DOHC heads, along with Dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) for a broad torque curve and optimized efficiency.
Release date and Price
Toyota’s 36-month/36,000 mile basic new-vehicle warranty applies to all components other than normal wear and maintenance items. Additional 60-month warranties cover the powertrain for 60,000 miles and corrosion with no mileage limitation. Toyota dealers have complete details on the limited warranty. Toyota Tundra will also come standard with Toyota Care, a complimentary plan covering normal factory-scheduled maintenance and 24-hour roadside assistance for two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first.