According to many reviews and feedbacks from the buyers, Toyota Tundra is not stylish truck. But, its main function is provided, since most of the users are very satisfied with its durability and quality. That’s why the company continues to offer same trims. Entry level for upcoming vehicle is 2016 Tundra Regular cab, with slightly less options than other trims. However, this one can be packed with a lot of attractive and useful features.
2016 Toyota Tundra Regular cab specs
Last model of the Toyota Tundra had two cab configurations. Truck from 2015 was available with extended cab as Tundra Access Cab and the crew cab, as Tundra Double Cab. For 2016 lineup, there is new trim. It is 2016 Tundra Regular cab. Vehicle is available with three engine options. Base Tundra Regular cab has 4.6-l V8 under its hood, while upper choices are packed with 5.7-l V8 or 5.7-l V8 FFV10 powertrains. Engines are mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox that sends power to rear or all wheels. Outputs of 2016 Toyota Tundra Regular cab is 381 hp, and torque level is 401 lb-ft. Finally, this truck can sprint to 60 mph in just 7.2 seconds.
2016 Tundra Regular cab options
The 2016 Tundra Regular cab is available in 4×2 and 4×4 configuration. That is one of the determining points of the price. Length of the bed for Regular cab configuration is 8.1 ft, and vehicle can tow up to 10.500 lbs with 4×2 trim. Finnally, fuel economy of this full-size truck is better for 4×4 configuration, with 21 mpg on highway and 15 mpg in city. Other trim has 1 mpg less for both areas.
2016 Tundra Regular cab features
For better accessibility, 2016 Toyota Tundra Regular cab has new lower and lift tailgate. Inside the cabin there is room for 3 passengers, and large cargo area behind seat is available. Inside bed is 97 inches long and 66 inches wide. Height of the bed is 22 inches. The truck in Regular cab configuration doesn’t offer latest TRD Pro off-road package.
2016 Tundra Regular cab prices
Finally, just around $32.000 is price tag of the 2016 Tundra Regular cab with two-wheel driving system. A 4×4 configuration is valued higher with more options to offer.