Monday, September 24, 2007

2007 Toyota Tundra Review

If you are looking for a truck with strength, stamina, and hauling capacity, the 2007 Toyota Tundra may be the pickup truck for you. Tundra is a full-size pickup truck which offers three trim levels: Regular Cab, Double Cab, and Crew Cab to carry all your equipment and your crew to the job and back. The 2007 Tundra runs with a 4.0 liter V6 that stirs up 236 hp @5200 rpm and 266 lb.-ft. torque. It also offers 4.7 and 5.7 V8 power to those whose needs outstrip common sense, or who require extra towing power. Standard on this truck is a 5-speed transmission with overdrive, or optional 6-speed automatic.

Looking for creature comforts, well the new Tundra is there with nice fabric seats, unless you require leather trimmed buckets, adjustable headrests, and vinyl flooring or real carpet. Tundra is no slouch when it comes to standard equipment either. Just look at this list: power adjustable mirrors, tailgate assist, rail caps, chrome steel rear bumper, and power sliding rear window. The 2007 Tundra is a truck that is engineered with the operator and the job in mind. For 2007, the Toyota Tundra offers optional items that make your truck even more enjoyable to drive, such as: bucket seats, multifunction rear mirror, temp gauge for the transmission, and 6-disc in dash CD changer.

Imagine all the possible mishaps that can happen to you or your truck and you realize that safety is a paramount consideration. Toyota thinks so too, and accounts for that with the following safety features: a tire pressure monitoring system that alerts you when your rubber has a leak, traction control, ABS, front passenger cutoff switch, and child protection safety system. The 2007 Tundra is a joy to drive with great handling and excellent ride. Interior room in the Tundra is generous, enabling workers to keep on tool belts and head gear when riding.

All of this provides ample evidence that the 2007 Toyota Tundra is every bit as worthy of the title of full-size work truck as its competitors with Detroit nameplates. Everything about this truck lives up to the name, including having all knobs, handles, and storage conform to use with a gloved hand. Having your office in your truck is easier than ever with storage compartments that look more like a file cabinet than a map cubby. Look for the Tundra to step up to the other trucks in its segment and spit right in their eye.

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