Heavy-duty Toyota Tundra 2000-2002 Access Cab Only Bumper Kits
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Aftermarket Toyota Tundra 2000-2002 Access Cab Only Bumper Kits
The Toyota Tundra Access Cab was introduced in 2000 as the first full-size pickup offered by the popular Japanese automaker. This truck was a turning point for the brand, as prior to the introduction of the Tundra, Toyota had mainly offered smaller and more fuel-efficient cars and SUVs. The Tundra changed the perception of the brand and brought a whole new level of performance and capability to the Toyota lineup.
The 2000–2002 Toyota Tundra was available in several trim levels, including the SR5, Limited, and TRD (Toyota Racing Development). The base model came with a 3.4-liter V6 engine that produced 190 horsepower and 220 lb-ft of torque. An optional 4.7-liter V8 increased those numbers to 245 horsepower and 315 lb-ft of torque. All Tundras were equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission and a two- or four-wheel drive based on customer preference.
The 2000–2002 Tundra also featured a number of impressive off-road capabilities. The standard model featured a two-speed transfer case that provided additional low-speed gearing for extra traction and power in off-road situations. An optional electronic locking rear differential further improved traction, while an optional suspension package improved ground clearance and ride comfort while tackling rugged terrain. The Tundra could also tow up to 6,400 lbs when properly equipped.
The 2000–2002 Tundra was offered in both extended cab (Access Cab) and crew cab body styles. The access cab was unique among its competitors at the time, offering four doors and seating for up to five. The cabin was well-designed, featuring plenty of storage compartments and generous leg room. Standard features included air conditioning, power windows, and an AM/FM stereo with a CD player. Higher trim levels added features such as leather interior, power adjustable pedals, and satellite radio.
The 2000–2002 Toyota Tundra Access Cab was a great option for buyers looking for a reliable full-size pickup. It offered impressive off-road capabilities and a comfortable interior, making it well suited to both work and recreation. While the Tundra has since been surpassed by newer models, the 2000–2002 Tundra continues to be a popular choice among used truck buyers.