Prices and fuel consumption of the new Toyota Tundra

Prices and fuel consumption of the new Toyota Tundra

FineAuto

The press service of the Japanese brand has published prices for the Tundra pickup version of the 2022 model year. Also, data on the fuel consumption of a Japanese truck has become known.

Following the unveiling of the all-new Tundra in mid-September, Toyota is announcing pricing details for its updated full-size pickup today. The competitor to the American Ford F-150 has a starting price of $ 35,950, making it $ 1,925 more than the previous version of the model. A rise in price was expected given the change to an all-new platform, twin-turbo engine and a switch to multi-link rear suspension.

Pricing details for the 2022 Tundra equipped with a hybrid powertrain have not been disclosed, but we do find out that the large truck equipped with the i-Force Max system will deliver a fuel consumption of 11.76 L / 100 km. in a mixed cycle.

For comparison: a Ford F-150 equipped with a PowerBoost hybrid will consume 9.8 l / 100 km. in a configuration with four-wheel drive and 9.41 l / 100 km. in a configuration with two drive wheels.

Before the price of the electrified version of the pickup is announced, the most expensive petrol version will set you back $ 61,020, and that’s not including extra options. The most expensive version is the 1794 Edition CrewMax with 1,981mm cargo bed, but it may be just a matter of time before the Tundra’s top price increase further.

The more luxurious package, which will be called the Capstone, is expected to arrive in the 2022 model year and will compete directly with the equally luxurious F-150 Limited. A prototype of such a car was spotted last month at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas (TMMTX) in San Antonio with a hybrid engine and lots of chrome body parts. A potential high-end variant with the i-Force Max could cost roughly $ 70,000 if all options are ordered.

Add your comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *