How Much Does a Toyota Tundra Cost?
Toyota Tundra Truck Prices
The 2010 Toyota Tundra is a good looking truck with a guarantee of low maintenance. Toyota delivers on value. That's no change here. When this vehicle made its first appearance it was criticized as being underpowered. After a decade on the market, it finally holds up to the beefier trucks on the market.
That has been the complaint all along with Toyota trucks. They were good value cars because of their reliability but they lacked the edge and power that American made trucks have. That is part of the reason why this truck did not make it with the construction crowd when it first debuted. When it was released in the late 1990s, it was thought of as the cool guy's full size pickup truck, not the workingman's full sized pickup.
Toyota Tundra MSRP
| Regular Cab || 4X2 Regular Cab |
| 4X2 Tundra 4.0L V6 (available October 2010) || $23,935 |
| 4X2 Tundra Long Bed 4.0L V6 || (available October 2010) $24,265 |
| Double Cab || $25,135 |
| Crew Cab || $26,410 |
| Regular Cab || 4X4 Regular Cab |
| 4X4 Tundra 5.7L V8 FFV || $29,130 |
| 4X4 Tundra 5.7L V8 || $29,130 |
| 4X4 Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 FFV || $29,460 |
| 4X4 Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 || $29,460 |
| Double Cab || 4X2 Double Cab |
| 4X2 Tundra 4.0L V6 (available October 2010) || $26,275 |
| 4X2 Tundra 4.6L V8 || $26,420 |
| 4X2 Tundra 5.7L V8 || $27,665 |
| 4X2 Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 || $28,655 |
| 4X2 Limited 5.7L V8 || $36,860 |
| Double Cab || 4X4 Double Cab |
| 4X4 Tundra 5.7L V8 FFV* || $30,715 |
| 4X4 Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 FFV* || $31,705 |
| 4X4 Tundra 4.6L V8 || $29,470 |
| 4X4 Tundra 5.7L V8 || $30,715 |
| 4X4 Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 || $31,705 |
| CrewMax || 4X2 CrewMax |
| 4X2 Tundra 4.6L V8 || $29,245 |
| 4X2 Tundra 5.7L V8 || $30,490 |
| 4X2 Tundra 5.7L V8 || $39,395 |
| CrewMax || 4X4 CrewMax |
| 4X4 Tundra 4.6L V8 || $32,295 |
| 4X4 Tundra 5.7L V8 || $33,540 |
| 4X4 Tundra 5.7L V8 FFV || $33,540 |
| 4X4 Limited 5.7L V8 || $42,455 |
| 4X4 Limited 5.7L V8 FFV || $42,455 |
*Flex fuel vehicles are not are not available in every state. In states where they are available, all 5.7L V8 models are flex fuel vehicles. All flex fuel vehicles run on E85 and gasoline. For more on this topic check out this article on E85 from Wikipedia.
That has changed over the past decade. Now, the Toyota Tundra is knocking on the door of the top five full-size pickup truck annual sales. With its three choices in engine size it can still play the practical game. However, the available 5.7 Liter V8 with 381 horsepower is what really makes this car a silverback amongst gorillas.
The Tundra went from the 4.7 Liter, 271 horsepower engine to the 5.7 L V8 engine with 381 horsepower in 2008. What a boost. That's a great step in the right direction, right guys? More power!
Toyota has put together a great truck with the Tundra. It's loaded with choices. You have a $20,000 stretch from the least expensive model to the most expensive. They range from a MPG of 16/20 to 13/17. If you do spend the extra money you know you will be getting a better engine so you are paying for substantial differences throughout.
The Toyota Tundra has come a long way over the past decade to really become a true competitor in a class that is very tough to break into. The Tundra brings with it the Toyota name and promise of reliability. That's worth a lot.
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