|Pricing||$28,465 - $42,155|
|Drive Types||RWD, 4WD|
|Engines||4.6l V8, 5.7l V8|
The latest Tundra is fair warning to GM and Ford that Toyota means to grab a chunk of the full-size pickup market. Toyota offers a choice of a 4.6L V-8 or a 5.7L V-8 with 381-bhp and 401 lb.-ft. torque. Both engines are coupled to a 6-speed automatic. Standard 18-inch steel or alloy wheels can be replaced with optional 20-inch alloy wheels. Towing capacity is 10,400 lbs (2WD) or 10,100 lbs. (4WD). CrewMax models are available only with a 66.7" short bed.
The 2010 Tundra wears a revised grille and new tail lamps. A new 4.6L V8 paired with a six-speed automatic replaces the 4.7L V8. A new Platinum package is offered on the Tundra CrewMax Limited. A new work truck series is added to appeal to commercial truck buyers.
|Tundra CrewMax Tundra Grade||4.6l V8||A6||RWD||$28,465|
|Tundra CrewMax Tundra Grade||5.7l V8 (381-bhp)||A6||RWD||$29,765|
|Tundra CrewMax Tundra Grade||4.6l V8||A6||4WD||$31,515|
|Tundra CrewMax Tundra Grade||5.7l V8 (381-bhp)||A6||4WD||$32,815|
|Tundra CrewMax Limited||4.6l V8||A6||RWD||$37,805|
|Tundra CrewMax Limited||5.7l V8 (381-bhp)||A6||RWD||$39,095|
|Tundra CrewMax Limited||4.6l V8||A6||4WD||$40,855|
|Tundra CrewMax Limited||5.7l V8 (381-bhp)||A6||4WD||$42,155|