Toyota Tundra CrewMax Review
MPGomatic.com puts a 5.7-liter V8 2008 Toyota Tundra CrewMax 4x4 pickup to
a week-long test drive, rolling up hundreds of miles in search of MPGs.
2009 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 Review
MPGomatic.com puts a 4.0-liter V6 2009 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab TRD 4x4
pickup to a week-long test drive, rolling up hundreds of miles in search of
MPGs. Full Review:
How to Install Replacement Carpet - Honda Civic Build - Ain't Fuelin'
Does your car's interior stink? There's a good chance that stench is coming
from the carpets. If you want to get the smell out for good, you might need
to replace the carpets.
In this behind-the-scenes installment of Ain't Fuelin', we install a fresh
new carpet in our 1999 Honda Civic HX Coupe project car (a.k.a.: Slambo).
Check out the full Ain't Fuelin' playlist and get the lowdown on Slambo:
Grill Blockers for More MPG? - Honda Civic Build - Ain't Fuelin'
A brutal Jersey winter slashed our Honda Civic project car's gas mileage.
We fought back with some simple grill blocking techniques. Slambo's Grill
Blocks aren't pretty, but they work ...
Have you ever used a Grill Blocker for better fuel economy? I'll admit I
was a skeptic, but I've seen the light ...
2009 Toyota Tundra Review - Kelley Blue Book
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2009 Toyota Tundra. The full-size pickup market has long been dominated by
the Big Three, but the Toyota Tundra now has the power, size and ability to
compete head-on with such heavyweights as the Ford F150 and Chevrolet
Silverado. Although Toyota still does not offer the option of a diesel
engine or a long bed on the Crew Cab models, the Tundras powerful 5.7-liter
V8 and long list of beefed-up mechanicals make it a viable work truck. Toss
in Toyotas legendary reputation for quality and strong resale, and the
Tundra begins to make a lot of sense for those rugged individuals who
actually use a pickup truck for its intended purpose. For more new car
reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.
2010 Toyota Tundra - Made for Extreme Heat!
The 2010 Toyota Tundra is the hottest car ever as demonstrated here in this
Toyota Tundra video! Toyota Tundra in scorching heat tunnel of over 250
degrees and towing 10,000 lbs, now that's one flaming hot car!
2012 Toyota Tundra
Rick goes over the power, safety, and control of the 2012 Toyota Tundra. He
also takes you along for a ride to see how fast it accelerates and the
braking power. For more info about this or any other Toyota Model go to
The All New 2010 Toyota Tundra!!! (Platinum!)
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Here is a article about the new 2010 Toyota Tundra:
Toyota has done a lot to make the Tundra competitive and appealing to
Americas fiercely loyal full-size pickup buyers, from giving it humongous
dimensions and big-rig styling to installing a stompin 381-hp 5.7-liter
V-8. But has it done enough? Evidently not. At the 2009 Chicago auto show,
two new trim levels and a new, populist-grade V-8 made their debut for the
2010 model year.
Two New Trims
At the low end of the Tundra range is a utilitarian Work Truck package that
deletes many standard Tundra comfort features such as keyless entry, power
side mirrors, cruise control, cloth upholstery, silver dash trim, and
various gauges and courtesy lights. On the outside, the Tundra Work Truck
will include a black grille surround and bumpers instead of chrome. The
Work Truck will be priced $550 to $655 less than the base 2010 Tundra,
although the pricing has not yet been finalized.
At the top of the Tundra lineup is a new high-spec Platinum Package for
Tundras ordered both in the gargantuan four-door CrewMax body style and
with the big 5.7-liter V-8. For an additional $5140, the Platinum adds
heaps of comfort and styling features onto the Tundra Limited, including a
new billet-style grille, unique 20-inch wheels, and a smattering of
Platinum badges. The limo-sized interior is made even more sumptuous with
luxury amenities including a tilt/telescope steering wheel, a moonroof, a
navigation system, ventilated seats wrapped in unique perforated leather
upholstery, a wood-trimmed shift knob and door switch plates,
chrome-accented HVAC vents and controls, and headrests with embroidered
Platinum logos. All thats missing is the hot tub. Then again, thats what
the bed is for, right?
Just Right: New 4.6-liter V-8
Just as significant is what may find its way underneath the hoods of
many—if not most—new Tundras: a new 4.6-liter V-8 with 310 hp and 327
lb-ft of torque. This engine replaces the Tundras current 276-hp 4.7-liter
V-8 as the mid-grade engine between the base 236-hp V-6 and the 5.7-liter
V-8. Despite the slight downsize in displacement, the new motor boasts a
considerable 34 more hp and 14 more lb-ft of torque than with the 4.7.
Efficiency gains and a six-speed automatic transmission will allow
4.7-liter Tundras to achieved an estimated 15 mpg city/20 mpg highway,
which would make it the best among competitor standard V-8s and even better
than the Tundra V-6, which is EPA-rated at 15/19.
Regardless of engine or trim, the entire Tundra lineup receives a minor
mid-cycle refresh for 2010 that includes modified grilles,
height-adjustable headlamps, technology updates to the audio systems, and a
new shelf beneath the glove box.
Toyota Tundra -Minnesota Auto Show 2007
We went to Minnesota Auto Show 2007 for the first time and it was fun and
awesome experience for me and my family. You can't hardly choose which car
or truck you want coz' they're all nice.