2010 Toyota Tundra at 2009 Chicago Auto Show


While the full-size Tundra has not yet vanquished its Big Three competitors, only a fool would think Toyota could give up on such a lucrative segment. Today at the Chicago auto show, the automaker unveiled a brand-new 4.6-liter V-8 and a new six-speed transmission.

The engine is a bridge between the high-output 5.7-liter V-8 and the entry-level 4.0-liter V-6. The available option will go on sale with the rest of the 2010 Tundra range, starting April 2009. Toyota’s cost-cutting eliminated a press conference for the model. Fortunately for us, PickupTrucks.com has the inside scoop, with exclusive videos and information.

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By Colin Bird | February 12, 2009 | Comments (4)



Let me get this straight, it is ok for the Japanees to build trucks and SUV's to make money but when the evil uncaring domestics are here to ruin the world with their trucks and SUV's. This country hates itself. We are the modern Romans and are doomed to the same fate. We are ashamed of being American and hate everything made in America


Roar, I couldn't agree more! I like the quote, "only a fool would think Toyota could give up on such a lucrative segment" But acording to our wise "sages" of Congress the D3 build only large trucks and SUVs - vehicles that nobody wants! Talk about clueless. We're clearly damned as nation now, it's really sad.

Toyota Tundra is really tame-looking for the performance that it is capable of giving. Really awesome performance. Check out the video on my name to see it for yourself.


I really like these car. I ride one time with these 2010 toyota tundra and the car was light. It doesn't give us problem.

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