2008 Toyota Tundra Crewmax 4-door 5.7l 82k Miles- Black-ext Tan-int on 2040-cars
Neptune Beach, Florida, United States
Engine:5.7L 5663CC 345Cu. In. V8 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
Body Type:Extended Crew Cab Pickup
For Sale By:Private Seller
Sub Model: CrewMax
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Tan
Trim: CrewMax Base Truck-4 door
Drive Type: RWD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags
Number of Cylinders: 8
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Rear View Window
Disability Equipped: No
You are viewing a 2008 Toyota Tundra CrewMax. 4X2 (because I live in Florida) with the 5.7 L iForce engine. Awesome torque with this engine. Nice and throaty sound but with a super roomy and comfortable interior. If you've seen the CrewMax you know it has the largest interior of any other truck. Black Exterior with Tan cloth interior. 82K miles and brought to Florida from Texas.
Couple of cool features:
- Cool Air Intake (TRD)
- Rubberized bed liner
- Step bars
- Good tires (85% remaining)
- Weathertech front mats
It's 4X2 (because we're in Florida) and is the 5.7L engine. I was amazed at the torque on this engine. It's a mans truck. Nice and throaty sound but with a super roomy comfortable interior. All the power you'll need. It's in great shape and has been a great truck.
If you've ever wanted a Tundra this is a great truck at a great deal. I just need to get something with better gas mileage. This thing runs great and is a blast to drive.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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So far, the lawsuits brought forth against Toyota for unintended acceleration have gone both ways: the automaker was found not at fault in a 2009 California crash and liable for a 2007 crash in Oklahoma. Both cases involved a Camry and resulted in fatalities. With a big chunk of these UA cases (around 200) set to his the docket of US District Judge James V. Selna in Santa Ana, California, Bloomberg is reporting that the judge has halted the lawsuits until March after Toyota and its lawyers have had extra time to try and settle the cases.
According to the article, Toyota is looking to take care of the cases out of court with an "intensive settlement process." Having already paid out $1.6 billion in "economic loss" suits, this latest settlement process is aimed at the wrongful death and personal injury cases allegedly associated with unintended acceleration. A hearing for the settlements will be held on January 14 with conferences on the matter commencing in February. There is no word as to when lawsuits may start back up if settlements can't be agreed upon.
Toyota's sales seem to have rebounded from the unintended acceleration issues from 2009 and 2010, but the automaker is far from done dealing with this situation. Following a settlement worth up to $1.4 billion for economic loss to affected vehicle owners, Toyota has settled rather than going to trial in a wrongful death lawsuit stemming from an accident in Utah in 2010 that left two passengers dead. This isn't the first case in which Toyota has settled, but it was the first among a consolidated group of cases being held in Santa Ana, CA.
According to The Detroit News, this case was scheduled to take place next month, and it was for a November 2010 incident in which Paul Van Alfen and Charlene James Lloyd were killed in a Camry when, based on findings by the Utah Highway Patrol, the accelerator got stuck causing the car to speed out of control and hit a wall; the terms of the settlement were not announced.
The article says that while Toyota will settle on some cases, it doesn't plan on settling on all of them as it still wants to be able to "defend [its] product at trial." This will probably be the case in suits claiming that software for the drive-by-wire accelerator was the cause of an accident in a Toyota or Lexus vehicle. The question of whether or not the electronic accelerator played any role in this problem has been a hot-button topic since the beginning. Toyota has issued recalls in the past to attempt to prevent unintended acceleration caused by trapped floor mats and faulty accelerator pedals, but it also says driver error was to blame in some instances.
Toyota may have an ace up its sleeve in the fuel economy wars, as it's developed a new type of semiconductor that will allegedly help the company's hybrids net a ten-percent improvement in fuel economy.
The tech is still in development, although Toyota is already reporting five-percent gains during testing, six years before it plans to implement the new semiconductor in production vehicles, meaning the ten-percent improvement doesn't seem like an untenable goal. That is, until you hear from Kimimori Hamada, the project general manager of Toyota's electronics division.
"We are aiming for great improvement in fuel economy and miniaturization," Hamada told Automotive News. "This is a very challenging target."