2010 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra


Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup with construction body-on-frame. The car is produced in US by the plant Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana for the markets of the North America and some countries of the South. Toyota Tundra is a successor of the large pickup Toyota T100. It was developed on base of Toyota Sequoia. In the SUV range of the Japanese company Tundra is situated on the top, above Toyota Tacoma and Toyota Hilux. This pickup competes with such cars as Ford F150, Chevrolet Silverado, Dodge Ram, Nissan Titan and other largest pickups.

As it should be for the really large cars, Toyota Tundra engines are the top-rating and the most powerful engines from the whole range of the Japanese company. The first generation of Tundra was equipped with the engines 3.4-liter V6 5VZ and also 4-liter 1GR. The most powerful was 4.7-liter V8 2UZ. The second generation of Tundra got the same 1GR and 2UZ, but besides, such new engines as 4.6-liter V8 1UR and also 5.7-liter 3UR. Toyota Tundra with diesel engines has not been ever produced.
To know more detailed about Tundra engines just choose a modification below. Here you will find their specs, descriptions, reviews, problems, malfunctions and repair. And also some necessary information on the engine oil, its capacity, change intervals, engine lifespan, reliability, tuning, performance upgrades, etc.

List of Toyota Tundra models:

1 Generation, K30/K40 (2000 – 2006):
Toyota Tundra (190 HP) – 3.4 L

Toyota Tundra (236 HP) – 4.0 L

Toyota Tundra (245 HP) – 4.7 L

Toyota Tundra (271 HP) – 4.7 L

Toyota Tundra (282 HP) – 4.7 L

2 Generation, K50/K60 (2007 – present):
Toyota Tundra (236 HP) – 4.0 L

Toyota Tundra (270 HP) – 4.0 L
Toyota Tundra (310 HP) – 4.6 L
Toyota Tundra (276 HP) – 4.7 L
Toyota Tundra (381 HP) – 5.7 L



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