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Old 02-07-2013, 09:25 PM   #1
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2014 toyota tundra

Not sure if anyone saw this but it was revealed at the Chicago auto show today. Not many big changes outside but completely different interior which looks very similar to the f-150. Here are a few pics.
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Old 02-07-2013, 09:28 PM   #2
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Nice truck .....
Maybe someday they'll grow up and build a 3/4 ton or 1 ton ... just my opinion!


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Old 02-07-2013, 09:43 PM   #3
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Nice truck .....
Maybe someday they'll grow up and build a 3/4 ton or 1 ton ... just my opinion!

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That was asked to Toyota at the auto show and they said they don't have the capacity to build a completely different truck and that what they build they sell so as for an economic stand point it's not worth to build a 3/4 1 ton right now.
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That was asked to Toyota at the auto show and they said they don't have the capacity to build a completely different truck and that what they build they sell so as for an economic stand point it's not worth to build a 3/4 1 ton right now.
That and the fact that Chevy and Ford (together) sold more trucks in December than Toyota all year. No return on investment for Toyota.
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That and the fact that Chevy and Ford (together) sold more trucks in December than Toyota all year. No return on investment for Toyota.
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I like the new front but the bed looks awful short.
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I like the new front but the bed looks awful short.
X2 15 foot of cab 4 foot of bed seems like
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Man.... I hate fixing beds from those wrap around bumpers.
- hope they fixed their u-bolts, we get more ripped out tundra rearends from light side hits than EVERYTHING else combined. Had like 3 or 4 in a row last year, helped my paycheck though!
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I like the new front but the bed looks awful short.
Yes they are still. I have a 2013 crewmax and it has 5.5 foot bed works fine for me but others want a 6.5 foot bed. They really need to come out with it because people would buy. I forgot to mention that Toyota also did not change the frame or drivetrain or engines. Which the 5.7 is a monster and they felt they did not need to change or add other engines because they have had great success with the currant drivetrain and engines. I am very vey happy with my tundra and would buy a 2014 if I was in the market.
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if i were buying today, i would have to give it strong consideration. they pulled the space shuttle with one w/o taring it up. they have to be well built to take that much abuse even for a short time. if they had rear end problems, looks like they solved it.
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