The pick-up trucks are the hot pick of the Texans because of its numerous benefits but the question arise that whether they know how much they should tow their vehicle safely. The Toyota received recognition from the Texas Auto writers Association (TAWA). The Tundra 2013 is a powerful pickup truck is offered in three different can sizes with three powerful engine choices, two bed sizes to haul luggage and has two wheel drive and four wheel drive configuration. The regular Tundra Cab 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive is available in three engine choices, a 4.0 liter V6 mated with a 5 speed automatic transmission for better fuel economy, a 4.6 liter or the top of the line 5.7 liter V8 standard or FFV engine, both are mated with 6 speed automatic transmission.
The Toyota Tundra 2013 is equipped with a long list of quality standard features and the special features for real world towing capability. The Chief Engineer of the Toyota Tundra and Tucoma, Mike Sweers said, “Toyota owners look to us to develop vehicles that meet the highest safety standards, and our voluntary adoption of J2807 helps us deliver on that promise. Tundra owners can tow confidently knowing that the published tow rating has been verified by the industry’s foremost engineering authority. With Tundra, what you see is what you get.”
The towing capability of the powerful Toyota Tundra is 10,400 lb with comfortable seating and technology features. The average estimated fuel economy for the Toyota Tundra is 16 mpg city and 20 mpg highway with the economic 4.0 liter V6.