2014 Toyota Tacoma Engine
The information we received that there will 2014 Toyota Tacoma V6 and 2.7 L in-line emapt cylinder with direct injection and variable-valve timing-head to produce up to 190 horsepower and 200 piund-rigid torque. The six-cylinder, we might see a downsize to a 3.5 L will also use a new head design that puts about 260 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. We might see a six-speed automatic transmission as well as manual and a boost in efficiency. The 2014 Toyota Tacoma should get a base two-wheel-drive four-cylinder approaching 30 miles per gallon, while the six-cylinder engine will be closer to 26 miles per gallon.
One of our spies to obtain information, the changes made 2014 Toyota Tacoma is pengenalaan Direct Injection engine. We do not know if this will be a V6 direct injection or a new direct injection 4.6-liter or 5.7 liter. Direct injection is another way to increase fuel efficiency, and it is estimated there will be a 5-10% increase in gas mileage with the introduction.
2014 Toyota Tacoma Features
Changes made 2014 Toyota Tacoma features contained in the fuel tank is bigger, stylish and aggressive look than its predecessor, this change makes the customers become more enthusiastic. The concept is applied to the 2014 Toyota Tacoma done on the fuel, which serves to increase fuel economy by lowering the ride height that makes New Tacoma more aerodynamic. This will be done without lowering down to prevent too much ground clearance. We have also confirmed that the new dash is coming. The buttons are large will be back, but the layout of the dashboard will be modified. There will be new gauges and materials of better quality will be used.
Toyota has long been a fan of variable valve timing (VVT), today some engines that run on a variable valve lift system. We’ve heard rumors that it can also be used in Toyota Tacoma 2014. Hydraulic steering pump is gradually replaced by a more efficient electric motor, Toyota likes to be among the pace setters, we’d be surprised if it does not introduce a new product for the power steering. With most car weight reduction embrace technology, we expect Toyota to follow the modern trend of using high strength steel.