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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: JPro] #16500437 10/05/21
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Originally Posted by JPro
Okay. Well it used to be that a Ram or Dakota would fall apart going down the road. Now it seems that they last longer and can compete better with Ford and GM. I have not a clue where they're made or who actually makes them, but they're apparently not the turd they once were, which is good for the consumer.


True, was just having a little fun there smile.

I currently have a 2014 2500 Ram with the 6.7L Cummins. 180k miles so far. Have replaced the water pump and upper radiator hose (preventive maintenance), a rear axle seal, and upgraded the transmission with a Garmon Performance Diesel towing unit. King Racing off road shocks. The transmission had not failed, but with the tune I knew it would be a matter of time. Other than that, it has been boringly reliable. Original ball joints, one set of brake pads, and tires, other than regular maintenance.

My previous truck, a 2003 with Cummins, I drove to almost 300k miles, with a similar track record. When I'm done with this one, I will be taking a look at the Tundra, only because Diesel emissions are becoming more of a PITA, and the EPA is getting tougher. I know I'll miss the torque when towing, though..

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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Hiaring8] #16501763 10/05/21
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New tundra looks like a heck of a rig. Probably will beat out the current best half ton - the old tundra.

Funny all the chat about dodges on a tundra thread.


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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Hiaring8] #16502849 10/06/21
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I have a deposit down on a 2022 Tundra Limited TRD, double cab, 6 1/2ft bed, with the IForce hybrid drive. I'm willing to take the chance on a new one. The IForce requirement will delay my delivery. The 437 HP and 583 ft-lb torgue is worth the wait...and better gas mileage.


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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Boise] #16503525 10/06/21
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Originally Posted by Boise
I have a deposit down on a 2022 Tundra Limited TRD, double cab, 6 1/2ft bed, with the IForce hybrid drive. I'm willing to take the chance on a new one. The IForce requirement will delay my delivery. The 437 HP and 583 ft-lb torgue is worth the wait...and better gas mileage.


Curious. What's the sticker on it?


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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Hiaring8] #16504793 10/06/21
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Been watching several videos on youtube with the new Tundra on them. Going to drive the 2015 another year or two and see how the new one looks in person. Hard to leave the reliability that I have seen from 4 4runners, 2 Tundras, 2 T100s, a Camry and a Tacoma. And its nice that its made in Texas too. Keep seeing the made in Mexico stuff from others and it bothers me a bit.

Pups will be riding out the fall in the Tundra again lol.

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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: badger] #16509105 10/08/21
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Originally Posted by badger
Originally Posted by Boise
I have a deposit down on a 2022 Tundra Limited TRD, double cab, 6 1/2ft bed, with the IForce hybrid drive. I'm willing to take the chance on a new one. The IForce requirement will delay my delivery. The 437 HP and 583 ft-lb torgue is worth the wait...and better gas mileage.


Curious. What's the sticker on it?


No sticker pricing yet, assuming similar to a 2021 and that will be around $55k.


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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Hiaring8] #16509941 10/08/21
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I’m not impressed by the NiMh hybrid battery, particularly from a longevity and replacement cost standpoint.

Round numbers, if the battery pack lasts 150K miles, and the hybrid gets 23 mpg vs 20 of the standard truck, you save roughly 1,000 gallons in those 150K miles. Replacing a Prius pack at the dealer is $4K.

I’m not seeing the economic benefit here. Useful for towing torque, yes, but that’s a lot of added complexity and cost without an economic return.


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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Hiaring8] #16522227 10/12/21
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23 vs 20 sound like highway MPGs. If one drives lots of local miles, the numbers may be 23 vs 15MPG, if the 3.5TT can get 15MPG. The fuel savings could be 3478 gallons and at $3 or $4 a gallon, it can make economic sense


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Re: New 2022 Toyota Tundra [Re: Hiaring8] #16523924 10/13/21
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You're right, but I'd have to see 23 vs 15 before I would believe it. That seems wildly optimistic to me.


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