LOS ANGELES -- Toyota has announced starting prices of $23,155 for the face-lifted 2010 Tundra pickup and $39,330 for the 2010 Sequoia SUV.
Both vehicles are scheduled to arrive in showrooms next week. The Tundra base price is up 3 percent compared with the 2009 model. The Sequoia is up 12.5 percent. The prices include shipping.
Stripped-down work truck versions of all Tundra trims are available. The lowest-priced work truck is available at $22,960. The work truck grades include vinyl seating and rubber flooring.
Both trucks get a new 4.6-liter V-8 engine that replaces the 4.7-liter V-8 in the current models.
The new engine, which is teamed with a six-speed automatic transmission, makes 310 hp, 34 more than the 4.7-liter. The 4.7-liter engine has a five-speed automatic.
On the two-wheel drive versions of both the Tundra and Sequoia, fuel economy is 15 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. That compares with 14/17 for the larger engine.
The 4.6-liter engine delivers 14/19 mpg on the four-wheel drive models, compared with 13/16 for the 4.7-liter.
The new engine is available on all Tundra trims and is standard on the Sequoia SR5.
The 2010 Tundra receives minor changes to the front grille and tail lamps. New standard equipment on both the Tundra and Sequoia include driver and front passenger knee airbags.