2016 Toyota Tundra Review


The external appearance of the new 2016 Toyota Tundra will
arrive to the market completely reworked, thus securing its
rank as one of the finest trucks in the class. The size of the
vehicle remains unchanged. The front part has received the
modern look – the grilles have been redesigned, now being more
dominant. As for the lighting, fog lights and headlights have
been reshaped and will contribute to an improved appearance.
The rear of the car has also been altered – rear lights have
been modernized, thus increasing the car’s attractiveness. The
hood design has also undergone some changes, bigger air intakes
for diesel powerplant have been added in order to improve
cooling system. The vehicle rides on steel wheels.


2016 Toyota Tundra Interior

Interior-wise, the redesigned Toyota Tundra 2016  has
been technologically enriched, although comfort and safety are
the priorities. The vehicle has been well adjusted to different
forms of terrain.

The interior engineers paid special attention to materials and
the overall vehicle weight. They used lighter materials in
order to reduce the vehicle’s weight and furthermore enhance
fuel economy. Driving safety is at a high level, so there are
several functions concerning the safety – stability control,
anti-lock braking system and traction control.

Base model comes with infotainment system with 6.1” display,
cruise control, keyless entry, audio system, air conditioning
and cloth upholstery. The vehicle’s optional equipment includes
moon-roof, better premium audio system, leather upholstery,
bigger alloy wheels, chrome details, cooled and heated seats
and blind-spot monitoring.


Engine Specs and performance

Although there has not been any official announcements by the
manufacturer, according to some speculations, under the hood of
the Toyota Tundra 2016 will be the latest Cummins 5-liter turbo
V8 diesel engine. The diesel engine has an output of 500
pound-feet of torque and 300 horsepower. This unit will enhance
fuel economy significantly, which is the main reason for Toyota
opting for a diesel engine. The average fuel
consumption should be around 30 mpg. With this powerplant
2016 Toyota Tundra’s towing capacity should be much better than
current 10,500 pounds.

Of course, there are also well-known petrol engines that have
not changed much.  The smallest petrol engine is a 4-liter
V6 that will be carried over from the previous generation that
will provide up to 240 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque.
After it will be a 4.6-liter V8 engine, and a 5.7-liter V8.
Power on these two will range from 310 to 381 horsepower
and 327 to 401 lb-ft of torque. The strongest gasoline engine
is a 5.7 liter supercharged V8, that is going to provide in
excess of 550 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque. All
engines will be mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.

So far, Toyota has officially confirmed two engines for the new
Tundra 4.6-liter V8 and 5.7 liter V8, while other still just

The new Tundra 2016 will be available in several models
and trim levels, SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum,
1794 Edition, TRD Pro and TRD Off-Road.


Price and release date

The release date of the 2016 Toyota Tundra model has not yet
been presented to the public. However, according to some
sources, the release should take place by the end of this year.
There is possibility that the Toyota will make some
announcement at the next Chicago Auto Show. The price is
expected to be about $38,000. The main competitors of this
model will be the Ford F-150, Dodge Ram 1500 and Nissan Titan.