Toyota released the prices for the 2010 Tundra and stated that all of the models will come with the new 4.6-liter V8 engine.
The car, which should be in dealerships starting this month, is also coming with some minor improvements.
There is a redesigned front grille and tail lamps, as well as a new two-bar grille design. In an effort to increase safety within the cab, all models will come with the standard equipment of a driver and front passenger knee airbags. Finally, Toyota says a shelf has been added to the storage space in the lower glove box.
The truck will start at $22,960 for the regular cab with a 4×2 bed. The higher end of the price range will be $44,155 for the CrewMax Limited 4×4. According to the car manufacturer, the new MSRP’s is an “overall increase of $557” from their prices for previous models.
However, people who are in the market for reliable and inexpensive Tundra may want to look into used models, such as the one that came out in 2007.
According to Edmunds.com, the 2007 Tundra produced a “smooth and quiet highway ride” with strong braking ability.
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