2006 toyota Tundra Double Cab

2006 toyota Tundra Double Cab: When it emerged for the 2000 model year, Toyota's Tundra was the very first full-size Japanese-brand pickup truck, as well as it additionally offered a V-8 engine choice. The Tundra is smaller sized than residential full-size pickup offerings.

For 2005, an improved 4.7-liter V-8 produced 282 horsepower (up from 240 hp) and 325 pounds-feet of torque. A brand-new 245-hp, 4.0-liter V-6 replaced the previous 3.4-liter V-6. A six-speed-manual transmission replaced the five-speed unit, and also a five-speed automated bordered apart the previous four-speed. A brand-new base V-8 model also signed up with the schedule. Apart from changed engine outcome rankings thanks to brand-new Society of Automotive Engineers testing criteria, little has transformed for the 2006 model year.


2006 toyota Tundra Double Cab


Tundras are available in three trim degrees: base, SR5 and also Limited. Tundra pick-ups serve as the basis for the business's Sequoia sport utility vehicle and are developed at the exact same plant in Indiana.

Exterior

Toyota's Double Cab vehicle has four traditional front-hinged doors. The (extended) Gain access to Taxi has two rear-hinged back entrances that can not be opened until the front doors are open. Unlike some extended-cab models, the narrow back doors have exterior takes care of.

Regular-cab versions have a 98.2-inch freight bed, while Double Cab and Access Cab trucks bring a 76.5-inch bed. Regular-cab as well as Access Taxi body styles ride a 128.3-inch wheelbase and stretch to 218.3 inches long overall. Double Cab designs ride a 140.5-inch wheelbase and also measure 230.1 inches long in general.

An optional TRD (Toyota Competing Advancement) Off-Road Bundle showcases progressive-rate springtimes, Bilstein gas shocks, all-terrain tires on 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, overfenders and also mudguards.

Inside

Tundras can be equipped with either a set of front captain's chairs or a front bench seat that holds three people. Accessibility Taxis add a three-place 60/40-split rear seat with a folding center armrest. Dual Taxi trucks have a split-folding back bench. A navigating system is optional. Double Cab versions can be geared up with a backseat DVD home entertainment system.

Under the Hood

Utilizing the new SAE measuring system, the Tundra's common 4.0-liter V-6 produces 236 hp. It deals with either a five-speed-automatic or six-speed-manual transmission. The optional 4.7-liter i-Force V-8 is now rated at 271 hp and 313 pounds-feet of torque. The V-8 groups only with the automated. The V-8 Tundra's Touch Select four-wheel-drive system can be shifted into or out of 4WD High on the relocation using dashboard-located switches. Towing ability peaks at 7,100 extra pounds when effectively geared up.

Safety and security

Four-wheel antilock brakes are standard. Seat-mounted side-impact air bags, side curtain-type airbags and a digital security system are optional in Dual Taxicab designs.

Driving Perceptions

More refined compared to typical residential pick-ups, the Tundra creates a gratifying trip without much excess bouncing or violence. Besides a little engine drone, it's additionally fairly silent for a pick-up. Energetic performance adds to the pleasure. The seats fit in the spacious cabs, as well as the available StepSide cargo box adds extra panache.

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