2017 Toyota Tundra Designed To Own the Road

Toyota has never fallen back on surprising its customers. Just when people started wondering if the carmaker is ‘good enough’ to opt for its trucks, it launched the second-gen Toyota Tundra with a bang. The 2017 Toyota Tundra is expected to continue the long-held legacy. It will be featuring the best from last year while adding refurbishments that offers competition to the elites of its category. In the following text is a detailed set of specifications that the most awaited 2017 Toyota truck will bring to the market.

2017 Toyota Tundra front

2017 Toyota Tundra – Elegant Exterior:

Thanks to the new sturdy guard in front, the 2017 Toyota Tundra will uphold an aggressive look with visible hints of elegance to own the road. To add to the looks, the carmaker revamped the headlights. Similar changes will also be seen in the back of the car with a set of brand new tail lights.

The truck will also come with a set of brand new LED fog lights in the front. In addition to the changed grill and headlights, Tundra also welcomed a big bumper that adds to the tweaked look of this truck.

When it comes to Toyota, users expect the vehicle to be fuel efficient. Even with the heavy looks and powerful drivetrains, the automaker managed to pull off fuel efficiency in style. It has used the most premium, yet light weighted materials throughout the body to make sure this Tundra offers good economy.

Interior That Defines Luxury:

The new 2017 Toyota Tundra needed to entice users with its interior, and it will be doing exactly that. The truck will be upgrading its cabin in more than just a couple of ways. To start off, there will be a four-way adjustable seat for the driver. Moreover, you will be able to experience some elite leather upholstery throughout the cabin. The best part is that now this leather upholstery will come standard with all trims of the 2017 model.

Revamped Panel:

Furthermore, this truck will also come with a completely refreshed dashboard. It will feature HD radio, Bluetooth, and most of all, a 4G LTE connection for the cabin. You will be able to control all of this through a large 6.1 touchscreen that adds to the beauty of the entire panel.

Safety Features:

Toyota has always put safety as a priority. The fact that 2017 Toyota Tundra will offer the best safety features along with its neck-breaking aesthetics is something that will make people fall in love with this truck even more.

It will be hosting a set of airbags all around the cabin. There is also a cross-traffic alert feature, and a blind-spot monitor to make sure you enjoy your drive without any worries. The truck also received five stars in the rear-impact category.

2017 Toyota Tundra interior

2017 Toyota Tundra – Under the Hood:

Great looks and top safety features are not the only great thing about this truck. The features that it packs under the hood will take your on-road and off-road rides to a whole new level.

Different Trims:

The upcoming 2017 Toyota Tundra will be launched with a couple of different variants including. There will be an SR, SR5, TRD Pro, Limited, the 1794 Edition, and the Platinum. These trims are offered with two power-packed engines.

Two Engines Options:

One of the engines will come with a V-8 4.6-liter engine. It will easily be able to produce a 310 hp with 327 pound-per-feet of torque. The other, much more powerful engine on the 2017 Tundra will offer the 5.7 Liter V-8 engine. It will produce a mind-blowing 381 hp with an even greater 401 pound-per-feet of torque.

2017 Toyota Tundra rear

2017 Toyota Tundra – Release Date, Price, and Competition:

Finally, it is almost time for this new 2017 Toyota Tundra to be released. It will be released late in the fall of 2016. Going a little over the launch price of its predecessor, this model is expected to hit a price between 33-50 thousand dollars. Since the truck will come out in several different trims, the prices may vary quite a bit from its lowest to the high-end trims.

When it comes to the rivals, there are a couple of different names that pop up including the Ford F-150, Ram 1500, and the Chevrolet Silverado.

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