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2019? 3/4 ton?


The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck which is a great off-roader and capable vehicle. Visually, the Tundra features an attractive styling which has been mildly refreshed for the 2018 model year. The interior is rather roomy and able to welcome up to six passengers, however, some find it a bit outdated. But, for the newest 2019 model year, we are expecting to see more quality materials and perhaps more standard equipment. Under the hood, the standard version is equipped with a strong V-8 engine but the 2019 Tundra will finally receive the diesel engine. The toughest rivals of the new Tundra will include Ram 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, Ford F-150, Nissan Titan, and Chevy Silverado 1500.

2019 Toyota Tundra Diesel
Engine and performance of the 2018 Toyota Tundra Diesel

If the latest news appears to be true, the 2019 Toyota Tundra Diesel will finally receive a diesel powertrain under its hood. It will most likely be the same engine which powers the Nissan Titan. It is a 5.0-liter V-8 Cummins engine which is able to deliver 310 horses and the torque of 555 pound-feet. However, it is still not confirmed whether the engine will work with an 8-speed or a 10-speed automatic transmission.

On the other hand, the standard versions will feature two options. The one is a 4.6-liter V-8 with the output of 310 hp and 327 pound-feet of torque. The second option will be 5.7-liter V-8 which will produce 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. Furthermore, it will be available with 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive systems.

The exterior of the 2019 Toyota Tundra Diesel will also be refreshed in order to look more modern and eye-catching. The front fascia will receive a new and more modern appearance with the new design of the grille and restyled headlamps. The changes will also be visible on the rear fascia which will feature new taillights.

The cabin of the 2019 Tundra Diesel is roomy and comfortable with supportive front seats. This time, we are hoping for premium materials and perhaps more modern technology. The dashboard will be fitted with a standard 6.1-inch touchscreen infotainment while the higher trims will receive a larger 7.0-inch screen.

The standard equipment will include air conditioning, Bluetooth, USB, power locks and windows, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking. The higher trims will leather upholstery, heated front seats, JBL speakers, navigation, satellite radio and so on.

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Release date and price of 2019 Toyota Tundra.

The carmaker still hasn’t confirmed when the 2019 Toyota Tundra Diesel will hit the market. The price is also not revealed, but we assume that should be under $34,000.

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Read reviews on the Nissan Titan with the diesel. Poor performance is an understatement. I cant imagine Toyota using that engine.
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$34,000 ?????  Is that 2 WD with a standard cab, (no back seat) and crank up windows?
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Yep, expect more from Toyota. Will see..May not even come out.

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Read reviews on the Nissan Titan with the diesel. Poor performance is an understatement. I cant imagine Toyota using that engine.

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The Cummins is supposed to be a good engine.  They have them in Dodges.  I didn't see any fuel mileage info.  It better be well north of 20 mpg on the highway.



This is for the 2019 Tacoma diesel.

2019 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Specs

Engine choices for 2019 Toyota Tacoma Diesel are more than one. The engine, which is to be likely used in the vehicle is a 2.8 liter, turbo-diesel 4-cylinder engine. This engine has the capacity of delivering almost 177 HP of energy and 332 lbs-feet of torque. The engine comes with a 6-speed manual or even 6-speed automatic transmission. Another old engine that can be used in the vehicle is an older 3.0-liter engine. This one delivers about 163HP of energy. This engine came with the 5-speed automatic transmission.

Safety and security features in 2019 Toyota Tacoma Diesel are amazing. Along with safety features, there are many drivers assist features in the vehicle. Some of the prominent features include seatbelts, airbags, adaptive cruise control, rearview camera. Also, there is forward-collision warning, automatic high beams, parking sensors, lane departure warning etc.

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2019 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Price

The price of the 2019 Toyota Tacoma Diesel is unknown at this moment. The base price of the vehicle will start at $25,000 from some speculations. The upgraded trims of the vehicle will have a higher price tag.

2019 Toyota Tacoma Diesel was introduced during the 2018 International Auto Show in Detroit. However, there is no fixed news regarding the availability date of the vehicle in the market as of now. Automobile industry insiders expect the vehicle to be hitting stores by the end of 2018 or beginning of 2019.

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$34,000 ?????  Is that 2 WD with a standard cab, (no back seat) and crank up windows?


That was my exact same thought.

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Hopefully nobody here is waiting for a Tundra diesel. With all the issues diesels are having with current emissions regs the likelihood of a diesel Tundra are really slim. I would expect a v6 turbo similar to the ecoboost along with some weight saving measures (probably aluminum). Expect a trans with more gears and potentially a hybrid option. The Nissan Titan XD Cummins has proven to be a flop! Supposedly 2020 is when the new truck will debut. Toyota has a new turbo v6 with a 10 speed auto in their Lexus line (sounds like a competitor to the ecoboost doesn't it). Toyota officially announced that they would have hybrid or similar technology in all of their vehicles in the near future.
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The knock I have read about trannys with alot of gears is the constant shifting annoys the customers.  This was with new Tacoma trannys.
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Hopefully nobody here is waiting for a Tundra diesel. With all the issues diesels are having with current emissions regs the likelihood of a diesel Tundra are really slim. I would expect a v6 turbo similar to the ecoboost along with some weight saving measures (probably aluminum). Expect a trans with more gears and potentially a hybrid option. The Nissan Titan XD Cummins has proven to be a flop! Supposedly 2020 is when the new truck will debut. Toyota has a new turbo v6 with a 10 speed auto in their Lexus line (sounds like a competitor to the ecoboost doesn't it). Toyota officially announced that they would have hybrid or similar technology in all of their vehicles in the near future.
You don't have to do emissions with a diesel.
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My wife's 2011 F150 with a 6speed auto would hunt for gears at low speed. The new 10 speed Ford auto is known to hunt for the right gear at times. Technology!
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You don't have to do emissions with a diesel.


You don’t have to get it emissions tested by the state, yes.

What he is saying are all of the emissions equipment on new diesels in the last 5+ years, causing problems.

DPF, def, egr, etc etc.
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My 2018 Ram Cummins 6.7 turbo diesel is currently getting 19.4 miles
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You don’t have to get it emissions tested by the state, yes.

What he is saying are all of the emissions equipment on new diesels in the last 5+ years, causing problems.

DPF, def, egr, etc etc.
You can always delete.Lol
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My 2018 Ram Cummins 6.7 turbo diesel is currently getting 19.4 miles
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My meter reads reads 1 MPG more then it actually gets with paper calculations.  This is a 350 6.7 ford.  You need to run at least 1 full tank with a regen to get the true mpg.        
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My 02 7.3 get 18 plus not towing. Best motor ever supposedly. Why they changed. Emissions. I’d b tempted to rebuild this truck 10 times over around the motor. I did hear a lot of good things from my buddies about the newer dodge diesels. Especially the duallys. Only problem I have with dodge is truck falls apart around the motor.
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The 2019 Dodges look like a Nissan.
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Absolutely! Have you done yours?

That’s one of the main things keeping me from getting a new truck. My 07 duramax has the egr deleted, no other emissions crap on it, and still running strong at 230k and I was not easy on it at all! I think I’ll be re-building this motor when something catastrophic happens
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I feel like I’ve been hearing rumors about a tundra diesel for the last 10 years.

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Absolutely! Have you done yours?

That’s one of the main things keeping me from getting a new truck. My 07 duramax has the egr deleted, no other emissions crap on it, and still running strong at 230k and I was not easy on it at all! I think I’ll be re-building this motor when something catastrophic happens
Not yet,I don't want to void the 5 year 100 thousand mile warranty.
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No one sees the problem in spending big bucks on a truck to turn around n put a few grand more in deleting stuff to make it run right. Or better.
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Like buying a house.
You are gonna make improvements.
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Because u want to make improvements. With some of those trucks you have to.
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Thank Uncle EPA for that one!
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