The 2010 Toyota Tundra: new more powerful 4.6 litre engine makes Tundra a fuel economy leader

    TORONTO, May 22 /CNW/ - Canadians who need a truck for work are looking
for power, fuel-efficiency, utility, and comfort that they can depend on.
That's why Toyota has upgraded the Toyota Tundra full-size, work-ready pickup
truck for the 2010 model year with a new 4.6 litre V8 engine available on 4x2
and 4x4 2010 Tundra models. With 310 horsepower, 327 lb-ft. of torque and a
combined fuel consumption rating of 12.1 L/100 km, this new engine achieves 12
per cent more horsepower and an 11 per cent improvement in fuel consumption
versus the 4.7 litre engine it replaces, making the 2010 Tundra with 4.6 litre
engine the most fuel efficient conventional full size pickup truck. Finally,
all 15 Tundra models adopt new standard safety and design features regardless
of engine, cab and cargo bed configurations, making Tundra ready for whatever
job you need to throw at it.
    The 2010 Toyota Tundra full-size pick up truck is now on sale across
Canada, with a manufacturer's suggested retail price starting at $24,995.

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