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Hi needatruck1. Toyota Financial Services' current residual value for a 36 month lease of any 2010 Tundra Double Cab 4WD with 12,000 miles per year is 56%. The problem with this residual value is that TFS only publishes residual values for base models. It places restrictions upon what options can be residualized, making its real world residual values lower than its published percentages appear. This also makes it difficult for individual ... Read More
Discussed before but just for the record here is the list of the highest domestic part content vehicles for 2010, so how does UAW twist these facts. 1. Toyota Camry Georgetown, Ky. 2. Honda Accord Marysville, Ohio; 3. Ford Escape Kansas City, Mo. 4. Ford Focus Wayne, Mich. 5. Chevrolet Malibu Kansas City, Kan. 6. Honda Odyssey Lincoln, Ala. 7. Dodge Ram 1500* Warren, Mich. 8. Toyota Tundra San Antonio 9. ... Read More
I drive a 1/2 ton (Chevy) and seldom tow, but I frequently pass a place where there are horse shows and Big Trailers. Super Duty Fords dominate the parking lot there. I found this interesting concerning Tundras: http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2010/05/200003-tundra-owners-may-be-eligible-for-fr- ame-replacement.html Seems Toyota has a problem with frames rusting to the point the truck is unsafe. Harry
Thanks for the additional information, eaglejoe. Tennessee is in Toyota's Cincinnati region. If you were to lease a 2010 Tundra CrewMax 4WD Platinum through Toyota Financial Services in that area right now for 36 months with 12,000 miles per year, its buy rate lease money factor and residual value should be .00005 and 57%, respectively. The problem with the residual value that I mentioned is that it is for base models. ... Read More
Boy, I'm confused.....need help. The dealer gave me a printout with all the equipment, options, etc.: Total MSRP excluding taxes, title fees............$37,243. Includes Base MSRP of $27,240. Options totaling $8609 Manuf. Delv., Proc., &Hndling $795 Dealer Fees $599. I live in Florida, so I'm subject to Southeast Toyota rules. The options are as follows: X-SP Tundra Package 4x2 (Reg. Bucket Seats) $4,870 SR5 Package $915 Cold Weather Package $160 Cloth Bucket ... Read More
Vehicles in recall include: 2009-10 RAV4 2009-10 Corolla 2009-10 Matrix 2005-10 Avalon certain 2007-10 Camrys 2010 Highlander 2007-10 Tundra 2008-10 Sequoia I have a 2010 Highlander and I have not been notified about any recalls. Maybe because it was Made in Japan. I called Toyota and gave them the VIN just to be certain. Anyway, how about cleaning up the list? Accuracy is important. John
Purchased a new 2010 Tundra SR5 (8241) 2WD . Base price ($27,240) Extras included 18" Alloy Wheels ($1,020), Cold Weather Pkg ($160), Deck rail system ($135), AM/FM/CD/MP3 (($510), Fog lamps ($110), Power heated mirrors ($30), Cloth bucket seats ($605), Daytime running lamps ($40), SR5 Pkg ($915), Power sliding rear windoe ($425), Delivery, processing, handling fee ($795) TOTAL MSRP= $31,985. SELLING PRICE= $26,508 @ 3.79%. My wife and I had excellent credit ... Read More
The article I read on Dr Gilbert said when all the news came out about UA with Toyota vehicles, he became curious and experimented with his own brand new 2010 Tundra. What he found was disturbing and he tried to get Toyota to respond. They showed their usual arrogant attitude and paid no attention to him. Kane did not get involved until later. Did ABC or Kane pay for the Avalon ... Read More
Sorry some of you (sharon, gag, ww so forth have to see my preamble but Ive been busy in the shop) and have come up with a gadget. Im gone again but am always interested in your comments. . To all the people saying , just turn off the key. Under normal, (gas pedal stuck) circumstances, turning off the key works. You still have enough brakes to stop and the steering ... Read More
Thanks for sharing. I assume 5K off of the invoice. I am getting quotes from pretty much ALL toyota dealers in my area (DFW) around 5-6k off of the MSRP. But, I still want to wait until March because I believe that toyota will have huge incentives on Tundra next month.
Wild, Out Of Control Toyotas? Baloney. Posted Today 11:56 AM by Arthur St. Antoine I cannot sit quietly on the sidelines any longer. This whole Toyota-recalls hoo-ha has morphed into nothing but yet another “crisis” that a ravenous media and 21st Century Americans -- a people who live better and more safely than any humans in history -- have transformed into their panic du jour. This morning I watched a video ... Read More
British Rover and Sharon esp. Just tried it (2010 Tundra 5.7 V8) from 60, 70 , 80 and approx 85mph, , the truck was predictable and handled the test very well. Under safer conditions ON A TRACK I would have had no hesitation going up higher in speed. What I did was exactly this. 1. Up to 60 , leave in drive , turn key back ONE NOTCH, apply brakes, was ... Read More
Toyota takes the Grand Prize in Recall; more last year than any other automaker; guess that is what they mean by Toyota Quality. Do you have a link or source for this? Toyota led all automakers with most recalled vehicles in 2009 And something tells me they will take the title again for 2010 and the way they are going, may take the Grand Price for the Largest Automaker Recall EVER...stay ... Read More
Toyota's response: Toyota Answers Questions About the Sticking Accelerator Pedal Recall Toyota answers questions that we see you are asking about the sticking accelerator pedal recall. Please also looks at Frequently Asked Questions For Sticking Accelerator Pedal Recall and Suspension of Sales on this site. 1. Is my car safe to drive until a fix is issued? The condition is rare and generally does not occur suddenly. It seems to occur ... Read More
By Emily Fredrix And Erin Mcclam, The Associated Press ADVERTISEMENT Toyota executives have been virtually silent amid a recall of millions of their cars because gas pedals can become dangerously stuck. For their customers, oh, what a feeling - fear, frustration, confusion and anger. Since Tuesday, when the Japanese automaker said it would stop making and selling some of its top-selling models, the company has had few answers for dealers and ... Read More
Up to you to decide, but this pretty much sums it all up...not much more to say: It appears that Toyota has denied its sudden acceleration problem for more than 5 years. Toyota's recall for floor mat problems is not the end of the story and the company needs to do more to protect its customers and the motoring public. In March 2004, the Center For Auto Safety reported about sudden ... Read More
This is the place to talk about the recent Toyota recalls and how it's affecting the manufacturer and consumers. Vehicles in recall include: 2009-10 RAV4 2009-10 Corolla 2009-10 Matrix 2005-10 Avalon certain 2007-10 Camrys 2010 Highlander 2007-10 Tundra 2008-10 Sequoia
I am stuck. Here are my MUST haves. 4 door, 4x4, 5.5+ litre engine, must be able to tow 9,000 lbs. (2 horse trailer and I am being very "safe" with towing capacity....7000 could do it but would rather err on the safe side). Class IV hitch. Towing "safety" package and features. MUST be a smooth ride - this is family vehicle also. Here's my feedback so far but I am ... Read More
Has anyone ever used carsdirect for the purchase of a new auto? I have submitted a request for a 2010 Tundra Crewmax 5.7L with a sticker of $37,990 and received a special internet price of $34,523 plus $1,000 rebate offered in Massachusetts from Toyota for a net of $33,523 plus TT&L. Does this seem like a good deal or not? I think the incentives are set to change on 11/2 and ... Read More
20.4mpg, not bad. Should get a little better as it breaks-in. I have to agree the interior is nice and roomy. I've been looking at double-cabs and the Tundra's rear seating is roomy even for adults. Better than others. thnx for posting!!
Mine just passed 1000 miles and the best so far out on the Interstate (rolling hills of WV & OH) is 20.4 mpg. Thats with a Reg Cab, Long Bed, 4X4. Not to bad for where I live (much better than my 03 Chev S-10 ZR2 by the way). I love the room and comfort of the Tundra.
No comments?? Is the 2010 Toyota Tundra 4.6 that new? thnx
Was looking at a 2010 Toyota Tundra 4.6 , (the all aluminum engine not the older 4.7) over the weekend and thinking of buying one. Nice truck, nice interior. Was wondering what mileage real world users were getting? And any problems that might have surfaced with this model? Likes and dislikes?
2010 Tundra Crewmax Texas Edition, 5.7L. Texas edition includes 20" chrome rims, chrome nerf bars, and badging on truck and mats. negotiated price was $30880. I think they still made good money as i traded in my 2008 F-150 4.6L w/ 12000 miles. KBB said trade was worth $22300, but went to 3 dealerships and nobody would give me that, traded for $19000. Luckily i got $13k off the sticker on ... Read More
Yes, they should do the deal. I would act quick. Some one said to go online and look at auto trader and the dealers website, but the best thing to do is go down and scout it out first hand. Those websites are NOT updated. I don't think we have any 08's in Dallas. Good Luck. I bought my 08 4x4 Double Cab last month and LOVE it. I bought the ... Read More
I am looking at this Tundra at a dealership in WI (they just sold their last 2008 and have no 2009 in stock) Engine: 5.7L 8 cyl Model Code: 8331 MSRP: $36,392 Stock Number: 9901 Transmission: Automatic VIN: 5TFUW5F1XAX096662 Body Style: Crew Pickup Exterior: Spruce Mica I received a quote for a 09 Silverado with the same MSRP for 28.7k. Any chance of getting the Toyota for about that or am ... Read More
I was getting my truck serviced at Toyota of Lewisville this past Saturday,one of the largest toyota dealers in Texas. I think there was 1 2008 Toyota Tundra on the lot and it was not a 4x4. Maybe 2 2009 Tundras and they also were not 4x4's. I thnk they had 5 2010's. If you can find one I think you might want to snatch it up if the price is ... Read More
what truck would you be looking to purchase rather than Toyota Tundra? Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, Isuzu, Internationals, Freightliners? others? how many individuals do you think will not purchase remaining 2008s after reading this discussion/ being educated by toyota engineers as to what is progress of investigation / transparency / open dialogue, is this a sticker for purchase, resale values, detriment to investments for the stockholders? it is design / manufacturing / ... Read More
I bought before 5 years a used 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan for $2000, Blue book price was $5000. I got a deal because it had a high mileage (157,000). After 5 years the mileage is over 200000. I had no problems with the engine or the transmission. All of you know that the quality of the F-150 is much better than the Dodge Grand Caravan. Most owners of the new F150 ... Read More
The President of Toyota Motor Corp. announced the other day at a press conference that Toyota will indeed build the diesel Tundra for the '10-'11 MY. It will be powered by a new "clean diesel" technology. I am guessing sequential direct injection and new catalyst technology in the exhaust manifold. Can't wait for 2010 to get here now. Something to look forward to. :D
Haha. The MTTOTY award is a complete joke. I said it last year even when the Silverado won it. The RIDGELINE won it in 2006, need I say more? BTW, the Tundra did NOT go up against the HD's in this year's test. They are compared to their own competition in their own class. This year was simply Toyota's "turn". Next year Ford or Dodge will win it, in 2010 it ... Read More
Well, the Tundra, and it's predecessor have been around 16 years now, without makiking nary a dent in the domestic full-sized market. Toyota finally learned that 7/8ths of a truck wasn't going to cut it, so, they came out with this bloated Tundra, with some apparent intial success. People are discovering that if you actually want to use these trucks, however, they aren't up to the task, just like the predecessors ... Read More
Check out this article -- http://www.tundraheadquarters.com/blog/2007/05/16/toyota-tundra-hybrid-no-later-- than-2010/ Expectations are that the Sequoia and Tundra will be offered as hybrids at about the same time.
My dealer told me in 2010 or 2011 before the Tundra Hybrid is on the lot. I'm not waiting for a Hybrid that may get me 2-3 miles more per gal and cost me more.
Word in SAT is it will introduce at the 2008 Chicago auto show and be available as a 2010 model in spring of 2009, the diesel engine will be 10 cyl but more like a VW W10 configuration, designed by Toyota's Hino, castings done in Mexico, with final machine work and assembly done by CAT at a plant in SAT that CAT purchased about a year ago a good possibility with ... Read More
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Tundra Heavy Duty Diesel Toyota Motor Corporation has been eyeing the Ford F-250, and Ford F-350 market for a while now, and they have announced that when the Tundra half-ton sales hit 200,000 units per year they will start production of a Tundra diesel. It may be called the Tundra 2500 , and the Tundra 3500 . It is speculated that Toyota will use a 6.4 liter V10 diesel that will ... Read More
And Toyota gives them away for free?? Wow, impressive. Hey, wanna buy some "land" in Florida? By 2010, the Tundra probably will be dead and buried, right next to the T100.
I have not seen anything from Toyota talking about whether or not plans for HD versions of the Tundra are on hold or stopped altogether. My guess is that unless there is some major problem with development or a supplier, I can't see any kind of decisions coming through the pipeline this early on. Toyota hasn't had the chance to get much feedback on the new Tundra and the larger question ... Read More
"It will be in 2010. I wouldn't put it by Toyota to start that rumor to throw the domestics off. Toyota can keep a secret better than any priest! They have to see if the Tundra does, in fact, gain a real foothold in the market. If they can sell 200k+ next year, expect to see an HD 18-24 months thereafter. Maybe 50k units. They have many diesels in use outside ... Read More
It will be in 2010. I wouldn't put it by Toyota to start that rumor to throw the domestics off. Toyota can keep a secret better than any priest! They have to see if the Tundra does, in fact, gain a real foothold in the market. If they can sell 200k+ next year, expect to see an HD 18-24 months thereafter. Maybe 50k units. They have many diesels in use outside ... Read More
Their 4.7 is used in many different vehicles, which affects Tundra in particular, and creates the 5.7 push from Toyota. GM will have the same problem with the 6-speed, and it'll be a couple of years before every Silverado engine gets a 6-speed. By 2010, both trucks middle-offerings will be similar in drivetrain. Haven't seen the 4.7 tested in the Tundra. Have seen 7.7 0-60, 7k towing out of the 5.3 ... Read More
"Toyota has trouble just keeping up with demand, at this point. They have a real problem!" drfill, the article you linked to mentions Toyota having a a problem keeping up with demand for engines in general, not with the Tundra in particular. In terms of sales of the Tundra so far, there should be no issue with having enough engines to meet demand. If Toyota spent the massive dollars they did ... Read More
You are grossly misinformed or misread someones ill-informed opinion. The HD versions were never scheduled to debut with the gasser version. It has always been said that they are 1-2 years later. It makes no sense to shoot all the ammunition in the first volley. This isn't a sprint to be number one in trucks in 3 years. It's a marathon over the next 20 years to make this product profitable ... Read More
I'm sorry my friend did you say a 3,000 lb payload, or are you just drunk. The F150 is a half-ton pickup it can barely haul 2000 lbs. Even compare the F150 here at Edmunds. The Dodge Ram has the highest payload capacity which is about 2400 lbs my friend. Next is the Toyota Tundra at 2085 lb payload, then it's the Silverado/Sierra at 2010 lbs, then the F150 at 1950 ... Read More
I have to disagree here. Isuzu and GM are linked with the DuraMax. I seriously doubt GM will just walkaway from what might be the best truck diesel on the market. I also doubt GM will allow the Tundra to also get the DuraMax to be in competition with the GMT900's. I believe the CAT deal is all but done but not announced. Toyota's midsized diesels are among the best in ... Read More
Hi, I've heard rumors of a 1 ton diesel with and with out dual wheels in the rear by 2010. I've also heard Toyota was developing it with Caterpillar. Although I'm not sure why they would (develop the diesel w/ Cat) as Toyota has diesels all over the world that are very reliable engines.
Yes, the 4.7 is will still be available. My guess is that eventually the 4.7 will be discontinued. This new "1/2 ton" is built like a 3/4 ton. With it's available towing and payload capacities this new Tundra will do what 99% of what most truck buyers do with their full sized p/u. I've heard rumors that a heavier duty 3/4 and 1 ton are in development. I believe the situation ... Read More
Last I heard, toyota plans to offer a hybrid drivetrain option in ALL models by the year 2010. I don't know for sure in it will be a Tundra by then though. The plant opening in 2007 in San Antonio,TX will bring a lot to the plate for Toyota's truck buyers.
I would not start getting excited about a crew cab Tundra. Toyota needs to concentrate on important combinations like extended-cab long beds and more heavy duty versions which will probably happen in 2010. Toyota also needs to concentrate into making a comfortable extended cab. I bought a regular cab because the extended cab is uncomfortable and no long bed attached. With the present wheelbase, a crew cab will not work. The ... Read More
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