text2Frame rails cut from one single piece of steel. And a reputation cut from one singular company. For the second year in a row, Tundra was ranked "Most Appealing Full-size Pickup"1 by J.D. Power and Associates. How do we build trucks that garner such acclaim? Start with one-piece frame rail construction. Give it comfortable seating for six2 and wrap it in functional, distinctive steel. Finally, put this metal in motion with a DOHC 4.7-liter i-FORCE V8. Here's the lowdown: 245 hp3 and 315 lb.-ft. of torque mean you can tow up to 7,200 lbs. or haul more than a ton.4 And Tundra's engineers didn't stop there: In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's recent tests, Tundra received the highest Overall safety rating* for full-size pickups. Bottom line? If you want a full-size pickup with capability, power -- and nationally recognized safety -- look no further. 1J.D. Power and Associates 2000 and 2001 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Studies.SM 2001 Study based on 111,000 consumer responses. www.jdpower.com 2Access Cab with 60/40 front split bench. 3240 hp when equipped with California emissions. 4Tundra 4x2 SR5 with available Style Package. *Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Tundra test date: April 3, 2001. Trucks evaluated to date: 5 (40-mph 40% frontal offset crash test). Ratings are only meaningful when comparing vehicles in the same weight class