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#113 of 2007 Re: Tundra In 2006 International Auto Show [tommyg12]
Jan 18, 2006 (3:17 am)
From Chicago Auto Show's web site:
"Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. will stage the world premiere of the all-new 2007 Tundra full-size pickup truck at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show. The completely redesigned 2007 Tundra will be bigger, more powerful and will offer new body and engine configurations. This all-new Tundra will be built in America at both Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Indiana and the new San Antonio,Texas plants. Check back on Thursday, February 9, for the update information and photos."
Bring it on!
#114 of 2007 Re: DVD Nav [ashblade]
Jan 18, 2006 (11:32 am)
Good News for those of you with Nav systems who are locked out underway. You can fix it for free, but it only lasts til you switch the ignition off. Of course since it take about 10 seconds I just do it when I need it.
go to the Nav system volume page
press the volume speaker icon in the upper left corner
press the lower left corner of the screen
press the volume speaker icon in the upper left again
press the lower left corner again
now a new screen should pop up with diagnositcs... ignore it all except for a button half way down the left side that says OVERRIDE... press and HOLD it until it beeps and changes color, about five seconds... then back out of all the menus.
voila. NOW none of the buttons will shade grey when you are moving.
I understand there intent but sometimes the road is empty, or you are moving half a mile an hour, or your passenger could be putting in the info. Hell it even hides the phone numbers when you are moving! your wife can't even call and make a resevation! Still it is a very slick system already and I look forward to what the future brings.
Jan 18, 2006 (5:53 pm)
New Camry and Lexus LS this month.
New Tundra and Lexus ES next month.
Interesting to see if ANY of the new LS tech can get into it. I never liked the wood between the steering wheel and the guages. I'll assume this will not be relived.
#116 of 2007 new body configs
Jan 19, 2006 (4:18 pm)
I wonder if they will offer a double cab with a shorter bed. The current double cab tundra, which only has the full length bed, is quite long. Kind of tough to fit in the average garage.
Jan 20, 2006 (12:30 pm)
Prototypes of Toyota’s next generation Tundra pick-up are currently undergoing last cold weather testing in North America before the new model’s launch at the 2006 Chicago Motor Show.
The Tundra came first on the market in 1999, and the new model to come will be an all new vehicle. The 2007 Tundra will be bigger, more powerful and will offer new styling and engine configurations. This all-new Tundra will be built in America at both Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Indiana and the new San Antonio,Texas plants.
Jan 20, 2006 (6:12 pm)
I think one can "bet the ranch" that the 07' Tundra will BLOW AWAY truck enthusiasts. BIGGER, BETTER, and MAJOR HORSEPOWER.
Jan 20, 2006 (9:42 pm)
This will be a great truck, but i'm not expecting much more than 300hp/400+ft/lbs tq...would love to be wrong about this and can't wait to see the diesel version either
None the less i see them doing well, but not taking away much market share from ford (and who gives a sh!t..besides ford & toyota od course)
#122 of 2007 Dig the high beltline!
Jan 20, 2006 (10:00 pm)
Hood is pretty high, proportionate.
So far, so good.