(autoinsidernews) - Toyota Motor Co. has announced pricing for its all-new 2007 Tundra full-size truck. The all-new 2007 Toyota Tundra will be offered in a total of 31 variations, including a choice of 4Г-2 and 4Г-4 drivetrains, three cab styles, three wheelbases, three bed lengths, three engines, and three trim levels, reports Trend.
The 2007 Tundra, which will go on sale in mid-February, has a starting base price of $22,290 for a regular car 4Г-2 V6 pickup. The Tundra's competition has starting prices of $18,275 for the Ford F-150, $17,860 for a Chevrolet Silverado, and $23,700 for the Nissan Titan for similar models. The most expensive Tundra вЂ" a 4Г-4 Tundra CrewMax Limited with the 381-hp 5.7L V8 engine, will start at $41,850.
While the Tundra is priced significantly above the base prices of its domestic competition. The Tundra will provide the most comprehensive standard safety equipment in the full-size pickup market, including standard front seat side airbags and front and rear roll-sensing side curtain airbags on every model, and Toyota's STAR safety system with ABS, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Traction Control (TRAC).
Toyota aims to sell 200,000 Tundras this year, up from 124,508 units in 2006.
Toyota also announced that the Regular Cab 5.7L 4Г-2 Long Bed model will feature a towing capacity up to 10,800 pounds, which beats Ford and Chevy's 10,500 pounds.