2007 Toyota Tundra Double Cab Limited 4x4 Road Test Specs | Edmunds

2007 Toyota Tundra - Road Test Specs

2007 Toyota Tundra Double Cab

(5.7L V8 4x4 6-speed Automatic 6.6 ft. Bed)


Model year2007
StyleTundra Double Cab Limited 4WD (5.7L V8 6A)
Base MSRPNot available at press time
As-tested MSRPNot available at press time


Drive typePart-time 4x4 with low-speed transfer case
Engine typeV8, aluminum block and heads
Displacement (cc/cu-in)5663cc (346 cu-in)
Valvetrain32-valves, DOHC, variable intake and exhaust timing
Compression ratio (x:1)10.2
Horsepower (hp @ rpm)381 at 5,600
Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)401 at 3,600
Transmission type6-speed automatic with manual mode and tow/haul switch


Suspension, frontDouble wishbones, coil springs, monotube shock absorbers, tubular stabilizer bar
Suspension, rearLeaf srings, staggered monotube shock absorbers
Steering typeHydraulic power-assisted rack-and-pinion
Tire brandBFGoodrich
Tire modelRugged Trail T/A
Tire typeall season
Tire size, frontP275/65R18
Tire size, rearP275/65R18
Wheel size18 X 8
Wheel materialalloy
Brakes, frontFront: 13.9-inch ventilated disc
Rear: 13.6-inch ventilated disc
Brakes, rearventilated disc

Track Test Results

0-45 mph (sec.)4.1
0-60 mph (sec.)6.3
0-75 mph (sec.)9.4
1/4-mile (sec. @ mph)14.8 @ 93.7
Braking, 30-0 mph (ft.)32
60-0 mph (ft.)131
Slalom, 6 x 100 ft. (mph)54.9
Skid pad, 200-ft. diameter (lateral g)0.69
Sound level @ idle (dB)45
@ Full throttle (dB)76.6
@ 70 mph cruise (dB)65.6

Test Driver Ratings & Comments

Acceleration commentsAll the best runs were made with traction control off*, but with prudent throttle modulation to keep the rear tires from evaporating. Wow, this thing is quick! *Note: Turning traction control off automatically engages Auto LSD, an electronic limited-slip function.
Braking ratingGood
Braking commentsNot much to tell: very little ABS pulse or hum. Pedal stroke and firmness remained the same from first to last stop.
Handling ratingGood
Handling commentsOur test truck had no owner's manual, and we didn't find the defeat mechanism for the stability control while at the track. Therefore, our slalom results came in lower than they otherwise would have. Nevertheless, steering is quick and precise, and the chassis is suited to dancing. Unlike slalom, where stability control was the limiting factor, it was the tires on the skid pad. An inexorable "push" develops that doesn't seem to awaken the sleeping electronic nanny.

Testing Conditions

Elevation (ft.)1121
Temperature (°F)60°
Wind (mph, direction)1

Fuel Consumption

EPA fuel economy (mpg)14 City/18 Highway
Edmunds observed (mpg)14.3
Fuel tank capacity (U.S. gal.)26.4

Dimensions & Capacities

Curb weight, mfr. claim (lbs.)5,637 (as-tested)
Length (in.)228.7
Width (in.)79.9
Height (in.)76.4
Wheelbase (in.)145.7
Track, front (in.)67.9
Track, rear (in.)67.9
Turning circle (ft.)44
Legroom, front (in.)42.5
Legroom, rear (in.)34.7
Headroom, front (in.)40.2
Headroom, rear (in.)38.7
Shoulder room, front (in.)66.6
Shoulder room, rear (in.)65.7
Seating capacity5
Cargo volume (cu-ft)N/A
Max. cargo volume, seats folded (cu-ft)N/A


Bumper-to-bumper3 years/36,000 miles
Powertrain5 years/60,000 miles
Corrosion5 years/Unlimited miles
Roadside assistanceN/A
Free scheduled maintenanceN/A


Front airbagsStandard
Side airbagsStandard front
Head airbagsStandard front and rear curtain
Antilock brakes4-wheel ABS
Electronic brake enhancementsBrake assist, electronic brakeforce distribution
Traction controlStandard
Stability controlStandard
Rollover protectionStandard
Tire-pressure monitoring systemtire pressure monitoring
Emergency assistance systemNot Available
NHTSA crash test, driverNot Tested
NHTSA crash test, passengerNot Tested
NHTSA crash test, side frontNot Tested
NHTSA crash test, side rearNot Tested
NHTSA rollover resistanceNot Tested

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