**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** TEXAS TRUCK WHOLE LIFE WITH SERVICE HISTORY AND ORIGINAL BOOKS. LEGENDARY TOYOTA CREWMAX 4X4 RELIABILITY AND LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP. Tundra offers strong V8 engines and comfortable cabins. We've found the Tundra to be a stable, comfortable truck for towing a 20-foot enclosed car trailer over long distances. WE ALSO INCLUDED A SNAPSHOT OF THE CARFAX AND THE CURRENT GA STATE EMISSIONS CERTIFICATE IN THE PHOTOS. The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup offering value and dependability. DEALER CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED BACKED BY QUALITY PLUS WARRANTY 3 MONTHS/4500 MILES. We understand making a car purchase is a big decision. This vehicle is being offered as one of our Dealer Certified Pre-Owned units. PLEASE NOTE ANY PRICE REDUCTIONS OR DISCOUNTS WILL VOID THIS UNIT BEING SOLD AS A CPO UNIT WITH WARRANTY. You purchase it with the peace of mind of knowing it has passed a thorough a multi-point inspection, meets certain age/condition/mileage criteria and is covered under our exclusive 'Quality Plus Auto Protection Plan' for 3 MONTHS OR 4500 MILES. BUY SMART-BUY VALUE! ALL VEHICLES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL NOR DEALERSHIPS. CALL OR TEXT TODAY 404-382-5353 AND FOR MORE DETAILS VISIT CARMAAUTOGROUP.COM BEFORE THIS DEAL IS GONE FOREVER! CHECK OUT OUR HIGH DEFINITION VIDEO AT CARMAAUTOGROUP.COM OR: https://www.youtube.com/embed/XOBFYV8Op4Y?feature=player_detailpageFor 2012, more standard equipment has been added: All 2012 Tundra V8s come with a heavy-duty battery and starter. All 2012 Tundra models get a windshield wiper de-icer, daytime running lights, front and rear mudguards, and heated power outside mirrors. Tundra's double overhead-cam 5.7-liter V8 engine is rated at 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. We've found the 5.7-liter an excellent choice for towing trailers. The 5.7-liter has EPA fuel-economy ratings of 14/18 mpg City/Highway, or 13/17 mpg with 4WD. The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup in every sense of the term, and is competitive with those from Chevy, Ford, Nissan, Ram and GMC. The Toyota delivers power, payload and tow ratings that meet any reasonable need, it's exceptionally comfortable, and it's easy to drive. Tundra shoppers buying as a second car should first consider cab style and seating space. Those buying for truck use will first consider payload and cost. The next choice is either the V6 or one of two V8 engines, and finally the trim package or level of standard equipment. The Tundra offers models to suit the needs of the majority of buyers.
Tundra CrewMax ($30,355) feature full-size rear side doors and more rear-cab space, with a sliding, fold-flat rear bench seat. . Standard equipment includes an AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo with auxiliary audio input; manual dual-zone air conditioning; power windows, locks and mirrors; tilt steering; and gas-boosted tailgate-assist system. Safety features that come standard on every model include front- and side-impact airbags for driver and front passenger (the latter with an off switch in Regular Cab models), side-curtain airbags with rollover sensor, driver and passenger knee airbags, four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, brake assist and electronic brake-force distribution, electronic stability control with traction control, and trailer sway control. The available rearview cameras can enhance safety by helping the driver spot children behind the truck when backing up.
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Tundra's biggest engine is the 5.7-liter V8 with 381 hp, 401 lb-ft of torque. Ram's Hemi slightly eclipses those values (390 hp, 407 lb-ft) while the Nissan Titan works more like a truck engine with 317 hp and 385 lb-ft at the lowest revs of any half-ton V8. GM frames Tundra's 5.7 with a 5.3 V8 (315 hp, 335 lb-ft) that gets better mileage and a 6.2 V8 for bigger cabs only (403 hp 417 lb-ft). Ford has two big engines, a 6.2 V8 (411 hp, 434 lb-ft); and a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 dubbed EcoBoost that brings 365 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque at just 2500 rpm and fuel economy superior to Tundra, Ram and GM V6 engines.
On the road, power delivery from any Tundra engine is linear, and commendably strong at low engine speed. This is especially so in the 5.7-liter, where 90 percent of the torque is on tap from 2400 rpm to 5500 rpm. Very impressive is the absence of any discernible surge sometimes associated with overhead-cam, multi-valve engines. We find the 5.7-liter V8 a delightful engine, very responsive when quick acceleration is needed, smooth and powerful when cruising. It's our choice. However, lighter Tundras will bring similar rewards with the smaller engines.
Maximum towing capacity of 10,400 pounds applies to an unloaded Tundra Regular Cab with the 5.7-liter V8. A similarly configured Ram Hemi can just edge past that (towing 10,450 pounds), whereas GM crew cabs tend to have the advantage in that division (at 10,600 max), and the Nissan Titan (which offers no regular cab) stays near 9,500 max. The giant in this field is now the EcoBoost-powered F-150, which, with the right gearing can tow 11,300 pounds behind any cab configuration. It's worth noting, however, that unless it's quoted per SAE J2807 you don't know the standard behind the rating. We generally try to avoid towing near the maximum load ratings.
For towing trailers in the 4,000- to 7,000-pound range the Tundra does a superb job. Overkill with tow rigs is nice on long nights, in inclement weather, during strong winds or dealing with hilly country. For routine towing of trailers anywhere near the 10,000 pounds you'd be better served by a heavy duty truck from a Ford, GM, or Ram.
Based on towing a variety of trailers from sea level to 5,000 feet, we're here to tell you the Tundra 5.7-liter has more than enough pulling power and appropriate gearing. The Tundra often outruns the competition while getting better fuel economy. Unlike some other half-ton pickups, the Tundra does not offer an integrated trailer brake controller. We'd prefer that it did, but a host of aftermarket controllers do the job well.
Overall, both the 5-speed and 6-speed automatic transmissions work well. Gear changes are smooth, though more apparent when trailering. Downshifts during braking on downhill grades are well managed, properly timed and helpful. In sum the Tundra's transmissions are unobtrusive, which in a truck is usually the best compliment, because in a truck if you frequently notice how the transmission is doing it's job, it probably isn't doing it as well as it could. The Tow/Haul mode is designed for better trailer towing operation and improved transmission durability for loads more than approximately half rated towing capacity.