The Toyota Tundra has been on the market since 1999 and was Toyota's first full-size pickup. Take a closer look at the Tundra on the next page.
This large pickup truck offers three cab styles, three wheelbases, three bed lengths, three engines and three trim levels. See a rear view of the Tundra next.
A 236-hp 4.0-liter V6 engine is standard in regular and Double cabs. Optional on those and standard on CrewMax and Limited Double Cab is a 271-hp 4.7-liter V8. See the skeleton of the Tundra next.
The Tundra is built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana. See the truck bed on the next page.
Cargo-bed lengths are 6.5 ft on regular and Double Cab short beds, 8.1 on regular and Double Cab long bed, 5.5 on CrewMax. On the next page, see how much load the Tundra can carry.
The Tundra's maximum towing capacity is 10,800 lb. and the truck can hold large loads in the bed. For light loads, the Tundra features the option on the next page.
Storage nets help keep small items secured. See another feature of the truck bed on the next page.
A camper can be attached to cover the truck bed if necessary. For safety features, see the next page.
Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, curtain side airbags, and front side airbags. CrewMax has a power rear cab window and is available with DVD entertainment. See what is new with the 2009 model next.
New for 2009 are two Toyota Racing Development option packages. See the Making of the Tundra Commercial to learn more.