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#308 of 2007 Re: HP and Torque #'s on '07 Tundra [iqbaldhillon2]
Oct 22, 2006 (3:32 pm)
If your local dealer told you that they were getting new 2007 Tundras next week then A.) they're lying or B.) they thought you were talking about new '06 models. Or perhaps you spoke with a new sales person who doesn't know the difference. When I was in Princeton, IN last week Toyota was still building 2006 Tundras. They were only getting ready to build the '07 model trucks. The employees at the plant were in training on how to build the components of the new '07 Tundra.
#309 of 2007 '07 D-Cab Seats
Oct 22, 2006 (3:34 pm)
The 2007 D-Cab seats fold up by the bottom seat cushion only. Like the current generation Tundra, Access Cab, Tundra does now. The Crew Max rears fold up like the current D-Cab model does.
#310 of 2007 Re: '07 D-Cab Seats [1972ck]
Oct 23, 2006 (7:49 am)
Are you sure about that? The crewmax seats in the the back are built on rails so they slide forward to get access to to the back. I don't see them flipping forward like they do now
#311 of 2007 Seats/Crew Max mistake
Oct 23, 2006 (1:31 pm)
Yup, you're right. I have no idea what I was thinking when I typed that. The new '07 Crew Max's rear seats slide fore and aft. They do not fold up like the current D-Cab from what I could see. Sorry about that. I wasn't afforded enough time to "play" with the rear seats that much. We were short on time when I was driving/checking out the Crew Max. Toyota only supplied one Crew Max (in camoflauge) and everyone in my group was crawling all over it. I did however get a chance to drive it and sit in the rear seats. There's alot of room back there.
#312 of 2007 Can someone please explain....
Oct 25, 2006 (5:52 am)
....WHY was this thread moved from the "Future Vehicles" Board?
As far as I know, release won't be until Jan '07 at the earliest (with the Crew Max release for later on in the Spring of '07). Given that information, doesn't the '07 still qualify as a "FUTURE" vehicle?
#313 of 2007 Re: HP and Torque #'s on '07 Tundra [1972ck]
Oct 25, 2006 (2:11 pm)
Your Sotp dyno seems to have been pretty accurate if msnbc's report is correct. 381 hp.
This makes great sense for a lot of reasons:
it probably incorporates the new SAE testing requirements;
it leaves room for mid-model 'tweaks'. Why shoot all your ammo at first volley;
it still is best-in-class;
My feeling is that the engine really is a 400+ hp beast under a tight rein.
Oct 26, 2006 (7:34 pm)
I saw the 2007 Toyota Tundra in the ad. The truck looks beautiful(but not as good as the 2007 Silverado) The Tundra on the ad was a gold color. It looked great. It had TRD off road. The ad showed it to be coming December 2006.I showed it to my Toyota dealership the man said only some places will get it in December.
#315 of 2007 '07 Tundra (some) spec.s
Oct 28, 2006 (6:18 am)
Toyota's "STAR" safety system standard, NEW auto. limited slip differential standard
10.5" ring gear in the rear differential
14" brake rotors (on all four corners), 4 piston calipers in front HUGE calipers
front full box section frame, curled lip "C" channel frame in rear
staggered/outboard mounted rear shocks with tapered rear leaf springs for better articulation.
up to 10,800 lb. towing capacity
18" wheels standard on 4x4's
the front wheels "camber" (or tilt in and out) when you're in a tight turning situation
#316 of 2007 Re: '07 Tundra (some) spec.s [1972ck]
Oct 28, 2006 (2:50 pm)
1972ck man do have some questions for you. First off if you buy the new Double Cab can you get the 4.7 liter instead of the 5.7 liter? Second,when will Toyota add some heavy duty models to the Toyota Tundra line-up? And last but not least, when will they release the Crew Max model?
#317 of 2007 BUY TUNDRA 06 DISCOUNTED OR WAIT FOR 2007
Oct 30, 2006 (8:45 am)
I'm looking at buying the 06 since it is available at a great discount but would like to hold off for the 07. I have never paid retail for a vehicle so would find it difficult to shell out full price. I'm looking for some comments to sway my decision. Thanks in advance