Live Pictures: 2010 Toyota Tundra Work Truck Package


The 2010 Toyota Tundra Work Truck Package made its debut today at the 2009 San Diego Auto Show.

Aimed at commercial truck buyers, the decontented Work Truck Package is strictly no-frills. It's slated to debut in the spring, priced below the formerly entry-level Tundra Grade model.

The Tundra's front end has been mildly reworked. It wears a new two-bar mesh-style black plastic grille and surround set over a revised front bumper. The rear of the truck sports new plastic taillight covers. The back lamps continue to use incandescent bulbs instead of LEDs. 


Vinyl and rubber are the materials of choice inside the truck. The rubber floor features a unique embossed pattern that plays off Toyota's truck division logo and offroad tire tread. The transmission hump running through the cabin floor is covered in a rubber sheet. Replacing cloth, the vinyl seats are surprisingly comfortable and have a durable feel. The ignition key ring and glove box lighting are deleted, along with map and door courtesy lamps. Also removed are cruise control and remote keyless entry as standard features, although separate Work Truck packages will be offered with these features.


The Tundra Work Truck Package will be available on two- and four-wheel-drive regular and Access Cab models, in standard and long-bed configurations with a choice of six-cylinder or eight-cylinder engines. The show truck has the 5.7-liter V-8 under its hood.


According to Toyota's press release, Tundra models equipped with the Work Truck Package are expected to carry a discount that will make them from $550 to $655 less than the Tundra's  suggested retail price, depending on the model. For example, a 2009 two-wheel-drive regular cab Tundra with a 4.0-liter V-6 starts at $22,390, which should put the Work Truck Package Tundra in the $21,000 range.



No thanks I will stick with the Silverado Sierra Work trucks , when Toyota starts making small tough trucks again (Hilux) call me .

I've owned a Silverado in the past, as a matter a fact, I traded it in for a 5.7 Tundra Crew Max. I gotta tell you, I love my Tundra, it's a great truck. I think Toyota has a big challenge ahead of them because it's gonna take a lot to change over the Chevy boys, the Dodge boys and the Ford boys. You read it all the time on these blogs, they're so biased. Nissan tried, I guess we'll have to see if Toyota could succeed.

I have a 2006 Sierra WT. Planning to keep it for as long as I can. Tundra as a replacement for my truck? Thanks, I'll pass.

when Tunda builds a real truck (one that can tow trailers that weigh 15,000ibs) and a truck that get better MPG than chevy or ford.
plus lastly is not designed by someone in Japan(JAMPON)..
Tunda chief engineer: Yuichiro..........(do a google serch)
I will buy one.......
Till then I will buy CHEVY.........or FORD
Toyo has no clue what a real truck user needs.......

toyota tundra crew max my faver truck #1 for mi

Last year, my wife and I drove a Toyota Tundra, a Mercedes E-350, a Honda CRV, and a 1971 Mercedes 280SL. Good things to say about all of them. But going on a trip over 300 miles, especially in uncertain weather....the Toyota Tundra was the vehicle of choice. And to you Dodge, Ford, and Chevy guys...I've owned 'em all. It's kinda like a pretty girl. If you're going to spend more than a weekend, get quality.

I have spent half my time in the USA and the other half in Asia and Middle East. I have owned many vehicles across the board of all brands some that are not even known in America, I have had good and bad experiences with all these types of automobiles. I can say though that the asian mentality that goes into planning, designing and building these vehicles is the same whether they are in Japan or Michigan, Toyota is focused on putting quality into these vehicles at every step of the pre & post production of their line of vehicles. Toyota strives to focus on quality so much that the corporation would rather practice excellent business practice and ethics in as to avoid disrupting the company vision, QUALITY. Toyota as you may or may not know has refused to layoff their employees in times of turmoil, over 50 years now. Toyota strives to keep employees for life who will be confident in their jobs and continue to make the best vehicles on the road. Other makers have stated to do the same but as we see those 'other' brands (you know who you are) have lousy management and business practices. Who do you want building your next personal or business automobile?

Toyota Tundra and the F150 are just a light duty truck.You can not compare it to a ford 450 they are two different kind of BIG TRUCK!

I don't get it!...What is it that prevents Toyota from putting their excellent v8 diesel engine from the Land Cruiser into the Tundra???.......When !??
....Oh! when???????.................

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