Developed from the ground up for the next-generation Toyota Tundra pickup truck, i-FORCE MAX is a high-capability hybrid powertrain that can handle tough jobs without compromising efficiency. It’s a powertrain that puts combustion engine and electric motor perfectly in sync, not just boosting power but also enabling you to have a more direct feel for what your truck is doing.
How does it work? The Tundra’s i-FORCE MAX hybrid powertrain combines a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine with a single electric motor and a heavy-duty 10-speed automatic transmission. To maximize performance, Toyota found a way to integrate the motor directly between the engine and the transmission.
This enhances power and responsiveness — and also makes it possible for you to drive the Tundra on purely electric power at low speeds. Total power output is 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque. That gives the Tundra up to 12,000 pounds of towing capacity and 1,940 pounds of hauling capacity in the bed.
Even better, Toyota developed a new power control unit that fills in the gaps in the torque curve, making it high and flat as possible. In other words, the Tundra’s powertrain is incredibly snappy, and puts power down quickly, including at low speeds and with heavy loads.
Learn more about the Tundra i-FORCE MAX hybrid powertrain by visiting Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas!
The famous Toyota Crown is finally on its way back to the U.S. After nearly fifty years of absence, Toyota has decided to bring back its most luxurious sedan to North America, complete with a brand new hybrid powertrain and a unique body style.
HYBRID MAX powertrain
The 2023 Toyota Crown will be offered with two powertrains. One is the latest Toyota Hybrid System, which uses two electric motors, while the other is a brand new HYBRID MAX system that combines a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a rear electric motor. The latter generates an impressive 340 horsepower and is expected to return 38 mpg combined. Regardless of trim level, every Crown will come with standard all-wheel drive.
As the replacement for the Toyota Avalon, the Crown will feature one of the most luxurious cabins in a Toyota you can buy. Notable features include heated and ventilated leather-trimmed seats, an 11-speaker JBL® premium sound system, and a 12.3-inch touch-screen infotainment system with wireless smartphone connectivity, cloud-based navigation, Wi-Fi, and over-the-air updates. The Crown even comes with a smart Toyota AI assistant that can attend to your needs.
A great way to escape the heat in Texas is to spend a day on the water. Many people invest in kayaks as an affordable alternative to a boat. But how are you supposed to transport a kayak? Fortunately, if you own a Toyota, it’s relatively easy to transport one or two kayaks to your favorite spots like Wright Patman Lake or the Cathedral Paddling Trail in Karnack.
If you have an SUV like the Toyota 4Runner or Highlander, you can attach your kayaks to the roof rack. If they didn’t come already installed, or you only have side rails, you can get a full roof rack installed at Robbins Toyota.
To help keep your kayaks secure, you may consider purchasing a kayak attachment. This will keep your kayaks in place while you drive. You can choose from multiple varieties including J-cradles, saddles, and stackers.
Loading the kayak
Once you have the right tight of roof equipment, you should be able to easily load and attach your kayak to the roof of your Toyota. While it is possible to do this alone, it will be easier and safer with two people. Each person can hold one end of the kayak while you both maneuver it into position. Make sure all straps and buckles are secured properly before you start driving.
If you’ve got the kayaks but not the Toyota, visit Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, to get just the car and accessories you need to transport your gear!
Only a year after its debut, the third-generation Toyota Tundra is already getting a head-turning design upgrade in the form of the SX Package. Offered exclusively at the popular SR5 trim level, it focuses on a minimalist design philosophy to enhance the truck’s already sky-high curb appeal.
The new Toyota Tundra SX Package gives the truck a sleek overall look with fewer exterior badges as well as body-color accents instead of black trim. It has 18-inch wheels painted in Dark Gray Metallic and is offered in four exterior colors: White, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Celestial Silver Metallic, or Midnight Black Metallic. Inside, the usual black accents make way for smoked silver ones.
The 2023 Toyota Tundra is one of the most powerful hybrid trucks you can buy today. With an available hybrid twin-turbocharged V6 under the hood, it can tow up to 12,000 pounds, and features technologies like uphill/downhill shift logic and TOW/HAUL driving modes to make it easy for anyone to travel with a trailer — regardless of experience.
You can get the Toyota Tundra SX Package on any Tundra SR5 Double Cab with the 6.5-foot bed or Tundra SR5 CrewMax with the 5.5-foot bed. Visit Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, for a closer look at the capable Toyota Tundra or call us today to reserve yours.
Toyota has launched a new ad campaign for the all-new Toyota Tundra, “Born for This,” which highlights everything from the truck’s towing capability and off-road performance to its high-end luxury features. Take a look!
Born for the Wild
In this new spot, the new Toyota Tundra is seen traversing dirt trails, mud pits, desert landscapes, and rocky mountain paths. It also gives us a glimpse of the truck’s cool Crawl Control technology. The message is obvious: if you’ve got somewhere to go, the Tundra can take you there. After all, the company slogan is “let’s go places.”
“Cappuccino” is a 30-second spot that shows how the new Tundra Capstone is “made for grand entrances.” With its perforated semi-aniline leather seats, genuine Dark American Walnut trim, and panoramic sunroof, it sure doesn’t fail to make a great impression.
Born to Lend a Hand
The highlight of the ad campaign, this 60-second spot demonstrates the Tundra’s rugged dependability in all kinds of situations where someone might need a little help. Whether it’s clearing a large object from the road or helping a stranded driver, the truck was “born to lend a hand.” And the motif of the hand slapping the truck is super well done. Give it a look!
The Toyota Tundra Capstone is an all-new trim level that takes the popular pickup truck’s luxury amenities to new heights. Positioned above the former top-of-the-line Platinum model, Capstone represents another step up for customers seeking sumptuous craftsmanship and design.
There’s no part of the 2022 Tundra Capstone that doesn’t feel good to the touch. Its heated and ventilated seats are wrapped in beautiful perforated semi-aniline leather, giving your back a much-needed reset after a long day at work.
An exclusive two-tone interior is further accentuated by authentic Dark American Walnut wood trim, which looks especially good in the extra natural light permitted by the standard panoramic sunroof. The Tundra Capstone is also the only Tundra to feature acoustic front door glass for additional noise reduction.
The 2022 Toyota Tundra Capstone rolls off the assembly line with virtually every Tundra technology as standard equipment. It has a 14-inch infotainment touch-screen display, 10-inch color head-up display, 12.3-inch digital information display, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for up to 10 devices, and a 12-speaker JBL® sound system.
Every Tundra Capstone also has wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration, cloud-based navigation, and a voice-activated smart assistant that understands natural speech.
New Toyota models come with advanced technology, top-of-the-line reliability, and money-saving fuel efficiency. Here’s a closer look at a few reasons to buy a new Toyota in 2022 and kick off your New Year on a fast start.
Smart safety technology
Looking for reassurance on the road? New Toyota vehicles come standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ technologies, which include helpful features like Automatic High Beams, Lane Tracing Assist, the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which allows you to maintain a set speed and stopping distance relative to the car ahead of you.
A new Toyota will provide a quality driving experience for years to come. Industry experts like Consumer Reports and Kelley Blue Book frequently award Toyota vehicles for their quality and long-lasting reliability.
Efficiency for your daily drive
Whether you’re looking for a combustion-engine vehicle, a conventional hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, or a fully electric vehicle, you can find an efficient Toyota that suits your needs. And when you choose a Toyota, your electrified options aren’t limited to the small sedans and compact crossovers that most manufacturers offer. Rather, you can choose a hybrid version of the family-friendly Sienna, the spacious Highlander, and the sporty RAV4. Ready to take the next step towards getting a new Toyota? Come to Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas — we’ll help you find the perfect model for your lifestyle and budget.
The new 2022 Toyota Tundra is full of cool new technology to make your ride safer and more fun to drive. It also comes with an available hybrid powertrain that includes a potent i-FORCE MAX 3.5 liter twin-turbo V6 hybrid engine.
The Tundra makes a bold entrance into 2022 with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+. TSS 2.5+ includes pre-collision technology with pedestrian alert and lane departure alert with lane keep assist. However, on the 2022 Tundra the most exciting aspect of TSS 2.5+ might be the available Blind Spot Monitor with Trailer Merge Warning. With Toyota’s Integrated Trailer Brake Controller, your Tundra will sense there’s a trailer attached and accommodate its alert system for the additional length. Rear Cross-Traffic Alert takes it a step further and makes backing up with a trailer a much safer endeavor.
Wireless smartphone integration will come standard in 2022 for the Tundra making it even easier to get going on your next adventure. Keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road with Toyota’s smart assistant that makes voice commands a stress-free standard part of your commute. When you’re stopped, view your music and navigation instructions on an available 14 inch touchscreen which is one of the largest offered among the Tundra truck segment.
Thanks to its hybrid powertrain capable of towing up to 12,000 pounds, the 2022 Toyota Tundra promises to revolutionize the large truck segment. Learn more about it at Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas!
Toyota understands that sometimes accidents happen and wants to help drivers stay prepared. To assist them in this effort, they’ve created a Collision Assistance app to help aid drivers in what can be an incredibly stressful or traumatic experience.
Collision Assistance exists as part of Toyota’s mobile app and walks drivers through the steps they should take after an accident. This includes scheduling post-collision repair as well as help with managing insurance claims. The technology, developed by CCC Intelligent Solutions Inc., helps drivers document the accident and streamlines the process of submitting the information. It also helps keep the driver informed about the claim and repair process by providing transparent communication.
Collision Assistance is included in Toyota’s Safety Connect features that include access to a 24/7 help center. Agents at this help center can dispatch emergency services for drivers as well as Roadside Assistance. Per Andreas Hect, CCC’s OEM Services Group SVP, “Toyota is taking a comprehensive approach to post-collision management, and we’re proud to support its mission to deliver world-class safety experiences to drivers.” Collision Assistance is available to Toyota drivers who have an active Safety Connect subscription or owners of a 2018 model year or newer Toyota within its Safety Connect trial period. If you’d like to get a vehicle that qualifies, make sure to visit Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, to check out our new and used Toyota lineup!
Using paper is so 20th century. The new Sienna moves past print and into the digital era with the help of the new Driver’s Companion feature in the Toyota App. With this unique feature, the 2021 Toyota Sienna becomes the first vehicle available at Robbins Toyota with a fully digital owner’s manual.
Toyota’s Driver’s Companion is an advanced virtual assistant powered by Google Cloud. The assistant, Joya, responds to the sound of your voice and finds the information you’re looking for. Whether it’s figuring out dimensions or how much air you need in your tires, learning about features in the Sienna, or setting up your personalized settings, Joya can get it done.
“Toyota Driver’s Companion highlights how cloud computing can support interactive, engaging consumer experiences in a natural, accessible format — voice,” said Dominik Wee, Google Manufacturing and Industrial managing director. “By elevating and personalizing the car manual through the power of cloud, our goal is to help foster more thoughtful interactions between Toyota and Sienna drivers, such as responding to real-time inquiries.”
If you own a 2021 Toyota Sienna, you’ll have exclusive access to the Driver’s Companion pilot. Simply download the Toyota App and acquaint yourself with Joya. It’s a really cool and easy-to-use feature, and we’d expect that it will come to more Toyota vehicles in the future.
Looking to put a bit of swagger in your daily commute with the family? Pop into Robbins Toyota in Nash, Texas, and check out the new 2021 Toyota Sienna — aka the swagger wagon.