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All New Toyota Tundra Arrives With Long Bed Versions

Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. has unraveled a new feature of its upcoming Tundra. The all-new 2007 Tundra full-size pickup truck will be having long bed versions as revealed by the automaker during a press conference held at Toyota Technical Center-Calty Design Studio. The revelation was made in connection with the automaker's participation in the annual National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Product Conference in Dearborn, Michigan.

Brian Smith, Toyota corporate manager for truck operations said: "The NTEA Product Conference is an ideal forum to debut the long bed Tundra work truck. Toyota recognizes the importance of commercial business customers to Tundra's long-term success. Working with NTEA will allow their members time to develop a wide variety of Tundra-compatible work equipment and have those products to market by the time the new Tundra launches in February."

Auto parts Toyota Tundra are now augmented by the recent innovation from the design group of the automaker called long bed. Tundra Long Bed will be available in both regular and double cab versions. Said feature has a 165-inch wheelbase. The addition will make Tundra Double Cab Long Bed the longest pickup in the automaker's truck models. The long bed feature is especially designed to carry a crew of 6 plus their cargoes. Tundra Regular Cab Long Bed, conversely, will be providing added storage capability. Extra loads will be accommodated at the rear portion of the driver's seat. Moreover, loading needs will also be satisfied by the biggest interior of its class.

All-new Tundra long bed versions have a choice of 3 engines which include a 5.7 liter V8. The latter provides utmost towing of well over 10,000 pounds plus a payload capacity. Smith further added, "The new Tundra is ready for work like no Toyota before it. When the new Tundra rolls into dealer showrooms this February, we are confident that full-size truck buyers will see Tundra as the most capable, best built, and best value half-ton pickup in America."

About The Author Mark Clarkson is a 35 year old marketing consultant for a leading auto parts store. This native of Denver is also an offroad enthusiast.
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