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2011 Toyota Tundra

2011 Toyota Tundra Review

(4 Stars)  Big, bad, and ready for the tough stuff

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Toyota has offered many small trucks in its time and many of these models have been huge successes. The Tundra is the first attempt from Toyota to break into the big boy truck market and the Tundra does offer a very solid overall work truck. The 2011 Tundra starts $23,935 and offers up to 20 mpg on the highway. This makes the Tundra one of the best values in its class as far as price and fuel economy goes. The Tundra was the Motor Trend Truck of the Year when it was introduced in 2008 and the newer models are built on the same technology that was respected when it was first released.

There are 4 engine choices in the Tundra a 4.0 liter V-6, a 4.7 liter V-8 and a 5.7 liter V-8. The largerst engine option offers 381 horsepower which make the Tundra formidable opponent when it comes to towing heavy loads or carrying a ton of cargo in the bed. This truck is of course available in rear wheel drive and 4WD variations and offers a multitude of cab variations to allow for plenty of customization.

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