Does Toyota Make a 4-Cylinder Pickup Truck?

Toyota is one of the most well-known and trusted automakers on the market. They have a wide variety of vehicles to choose from, including pickup trucks.

While Toyota does make a few different pickup trucks, none of them are 4-cylinder models. In fact, Toyota doesn’t currently make any 4-cylinder pickups at all.

Toyota’s lineup of pickup trucks consists mostly of V6 and V8 engines. The Tacoma, Tundra, and Sequoia are all available with either a V6 or a V8 engine. The Tacoma also offers an optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine, but it is not available on the Tundra or Sequoia models.

The lack of 4-cylinder engines in Toyota’s pickups is likely due to their size and weight. Pickup trucks tend to be larger and heavier than other types of vehicles so they require more power to move them around. A four-cylinder engine simply isn’t powerful enough for most pickup truck owners’ needs.

Toyota does offer smaller cars with 4-cylinder engines such as the Corolla and Camry. These vehicles are much lighter than pickups so they can get away with using less powerful four-cylinder engines. But for those who want a more powerful vehicle like a pickup truck, Toyota’s lineup only offers V6 and V8 engines.


In conclusion, Toyota does not currently make any 4-cylinder pickup trucks due to their size and weight requiring more power than what a four-cylinder engine can provide. If you’re looking for a more powerful vehicle like a pickup truck, you’re better off looking at Toyota’s lineup which consists mostly of V6 and V8 engines.

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Karen Watkins