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New Tundra To Debut Next Month – Car Pro News

Toyota Tundra 2010As far as auto shows are concerned, 2013 is shaping up as the year of the pickup.
Toyota says it will unveil the new Tundra full-size pickup next month at the Chicago Auto Show. It follows the debut of a Ford F-150 concept, officially called the Atlas, at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit earlier this month.
At the same show, the Ram 1500 was named North American Truck of the Year, and General Motors was showing off the next versions of its new Chevrolet Silverado pickup.
That’s a lot of pickup action in a single year.
The current version of the Tundra has done well in the market, but never really threatened the Detroit Three in a way that some expected. So far, Toyota isn’t dropping hints about how the new one will look.
Chicago is an interesting choice to launch it. The show is often heavy on trucks and special editions of vehicles already on the market. Getting Toyota to unveil Tundra there is a big development.




2 thoughts on “New Tundra To Debut Next Month – Car Pro News

  1. AL Hymer

    Hello Jerry. I purchased a 2013 Toyota Tundra crewmax TX edition with the 4.6L engine about 6 weeks ago with 16872 miles on it. I really like the vehicle but don’t seem to be getting next the milage it advertises 19 mpg. Currently I am getting about 15 mpg. Wanted to know your thoughts on the milage as well as your over all opinion of that truck. Any input would be much appreciated. By the way love your show. Listen all the time. I love cars and your show us very informative. Thank you

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    1. Michele Sanders Post author

      Good to hear from you. That is a great truck that will give you many miles of trouble free driving. Generally, lower than stated fuel economy is due to driver habits. You have to really try to get the mileage on the window sticker. Rear end ratios can make a difference too. Also, check the mileage manually, often the computers on the dash are not accurate.

      I appreciate you listening to the show very much!

      Jerry Reynolds, President
      Car Pro Radio Network

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