The history of the Toyota Tundra and its accomplishments
Toyota introduced the Tundra 20 years ago to its line of trucks. It was unveiled at the Indiana State Fair to stay true to its Indiana roots. Keep reading to learn more about the history and how the Toyota Tundra has been raising expectations since its launch.
Built to raise expectations
When the Tundra was first introduced, it was the market leader with its towing capacity and fuel economy. Belong the hood, it was one of the first vehicles to achieve a Low Emission Vehicle emissions classification from the EPA. The engine had enough strength to haul a payload of nearly a ton and pull a maximum of 7,200 pounds.
Clocking over a million miles
There have been impressive ventures in Toyota Tundra trucks from towing the space shuttle Endeavour in 2012 to driving over a million miles. The dependability of this truck is unmatchable. With no specific modifications, the Tundra CrewMax 4×4 towed 292,000 pounds of the Endeavour across a bridge spanning the 405. When kept in pristine condition, the Toyota Tundra can last a long time. A man would average 125,000 miles per year in his 2007 Toyota Tundra. By 2016, he reached a million miles without a problem.
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Schedule a test drive in the 2019 Toyota Tundra
Now that you know the history of the Toyota Tundra and how dependable it is, schedule a test drive. You can schedule by giving us a call or filling out an online form. We want to make sure you are completely confident behind the wheel. If you have any questions, let us know and our sales team members will be there to help you out.
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