What to Expect From the 2022 Toyota Tundra Diesel

The Toyota Tundra is a popular truck that has been around for a while. It’s time for an update. The new diesel-powered Tundra will be available in 2022 with some great features.

One of the most anticipated features is the fuel economy – 18 MPG combined and 32 highway miles per gallon. This means you’ll spend less money at the gas station, which is always good news.

Keep reading to learn more about the new diesel-powered 2022 Toyota Tundra and what it offers.

2022 Toyota Tundra Highlighted Features

The new diesel-powered Tundra is the first major upgrade since the 2007 model. The vehicle is currently under wraps. But we have confirmation for the 2022 model year—expected this fall.

The Tundra will carry the new i-Force MAX name along with great features.
There are some safety features we can probably count on. A bed with rails for securing cargo will be available in three trim levels.

  • SR Double Cab
  • TRD Sport CrewMax Limited
  • Limited Double Cab

Two Powertrains

The executive vice president of Toyota’s North America sales is Bob Carter. He told MotorTrend, “a core powertrain that’s substantially more powerful in terms of horsepower and torque than the current V-8.”

This suggests the new engine will be more powerful than the 5.7-liter V-8 that produces 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque.

Will this new engine be an upgraded V-8 or a turbocharged V-6?
The new diesel engine is expected to produce at least 275 horsepower and 500 lb.-ft of torque. But, word is that the Tundra will have an even higher performance spec of 425 horsepower and 610 lb-ft of torque.

In either case, the diesel engine is a long-term solution to reducing emissions.

Diesel Reliability

Toyota diesel reliability is solid. Diesel engines are fuel-efficient, reliable, and have low emissions. As a result, Toyota has embraced this technology with its new Tundra diesel truck in 2022.

One of Toyota’s goals was to make the new Tundra eco-friendly. This new diesel truck will provide an affordable option for those looking to reduce emissions and fuel consumption.

No matter what type of driving you do, Toyota’s i-Force MAX engine will provide a powerful ride. The new diesel engine means driving further distances between refueling.

The Toyota Tundra is one of many vehicles that offer a powerful, reliable engine. The i-Force MAX diesel engine is one you’ll be able to count on. To keep your new ride running in tip-top shape come by for some Toyota diesel services.

Toyota Diesel Services

Toyota diesel truck maintenance includes general inspection and maintenance services. This routine inspection addresses:

  • Engine condition
  • Transmission
  • Brakes
  • Steering
  • Suspension

The process starts by checking the engine oil level. Then a compression test ensures the tightness of all the bolts on the engine. Brakes are checked for repair needs and performance levels.

The clutch and manual transmission are checked for slippage, harsh engagement, or other problems. The steering system is checked for alignment, tightness of bolts, and ball joints wear rate. Suspension is also inspected for excessive wear and tear.

Besides the inspection process, the Toyota diesel truck services can include:

  • Changing oil filters changing fuel filters
  • Replacing air filter
  • Changing brake fluid
  • Engine tuning and calibration

These services are available as warranty services. The warranty includes engine replacement. But only if something goes wrong with the diesel truck’s original power plant.

Diesel Truck Maintenance

Our diesel maintenance services include and go well beyond the standard Toyota program. Technology and new hybrid engines need experienced diesel mechanics.

Our team understands electrical and electronic services. We have diagnostic equipment and all the parts you need to fix your truck issues.
Our truck services include:

  • 4×4 Services
  • Brakes
  • Diesel Truck Care
  • Electrical Services
  • Electronic Services
  • Engine & Transmission
  • Engine Maintenance
  • Heating and Cooling Services
  • Tires
  • Transmission Services
  • Undercar Services

Our heavy-duty services include:

On-Time Maintenance

Diesel engines last longer than gasoline engines but need on-time maintenance. Our mechanics will make sure your truck stays up to date with the following:

  • Diesel oil change & filter replacement
  • Diesel truck air filter replacement
  • Diesel truck fuel filter replacement
  • Fuel system maintenance
  • Water separator maintenance
  • Urea injection system maintenance

Cylinder Block

If your truck doesn’t start, we can diagnose the issue using your truck’s computer for errors in the system. Once diagnosed, if the cylinder block needs replacing or repair, we can take care of it.

Cylinder Head

When cylinder heads lose compression it slows the truck’s performance. If your cylinder head loses compression our mechanics can rebuild or replace it.

Timing Belt Replacement

Keeping your timing belt intact is everything to your engine’s performance. Once worn, we will replace it and adjust the timing for high performance.

Transmission Flush and Repair

To keep your transmission and fluid clean, we recommend a transmission flush every 30,000. Should the need arise, we can also repair or replace the transmission as needed.

Ready for the New 2022 Toyota Tundra

Get ready for the new 2022 Toyota Tundra. The new safety features and the fuel savings are worth cheering about. Add to it the new i-Force MAX engine that will deliver the horsepower and torque to get your job done. And you’ll have a high-performance diesel truck that will last for years to come.

We are ready to perform your diesel truck maintenance. This high-performance care will extend the life of your truck and keep it reliable. If you’d like a free estimate or have questions, please feel free to contact us today.

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