1994 Toyota Pickup Specsby Tony Pierce
The 1994 Toyota Pickup was available in 10 different trims, ranging in original retail price from $10,118 to $19,548. There were several options in terms of engine, transmission and drivetrain. As of November 2010, the Kelley Blue Book values for the 1994 Toyota Pickup range from $2,075 to $3,175.
The 1994 Toyota Pickup was available with two different engines. The base engine was a 2.4-liter I-4, which got 117 horsepower and 140 ft.-lbs. of torque. A 3.0-liter V-6 engine was available with the DX and Xtracab trims. The V-6 engine got 150 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 185 ft.-lbs. of torque at 3,750 rpm.
All trims of the 1994 Toyota Pickup came standard with a five-speed manual overdrive transmission. A three-speed automatic transmission was available on the regular-cab, two-wheel-drive and the DX regular-cab, two-wheel-drive trims. A four-speed automatic transmission was available with all other trims of the 1994 Toyota Pickup.
Exterior dimension and weights
Curb weight for automatic transmission models ranged from 2,750 pounds for the DX regular-cab, two-wheel-drive model to 3,880 pounds for the SR5 V6 Xtracab four-wheel-drive version. Curb weight for manual transmission models ranged from 2,690 pounds for the regular-cab, two-wheel-drive trim to 3,815 pounds for the SR5 V6 Xtracab four-wheel drive. Wheelbase for regular-cab models was 103 inches and 121.90 inches for Xtracab models. Regular-cab models had a length of 174.40 inches, while the Xtracab models' length was 193.10. Width of all models was 66.50 inches, while height varied, with the DX Xtracab four-wheel drive and the SR5 V6 Xtracab four-wheel drive being the tallest at 69.10 inches.
Standard seating ranged was two for the following models: DX Xtracab two-wheel drive, DX V6 Xtracab two-wheel drive, DX Xtracab four-wheel drive and DX V6 Xtracab four-wheel drive. Seating was three for these trims: Regular-cab two-wheel drive, DX regular-cab two-wheel drive and DX regular-cab four-wheel drive. Seating was five for the SR5 V6 Xtracab two-wheel drive and the SR5 V6 Xtracab four-wheel drive. Front headroom for all models was 38.60 inches. Front legroom was 43.70 inches for Xtracab trims and 41.5 inches for regular-cab trims.
Four-wheel-drive models got between 13 and 19 miles per gallon in the city and between 17 and 22 mpg on the highway, depending on engine and transmission. Two-wheel-drive models got between 16 and 22 mpg in the city and between 21 and 27 mpg on the highway.
Tony Pierce has worked as a professional writer since 2005. He has had articles published in the "Oklahoma Daily," the "Oklahoman" and the "Chicago Sun-Times." Pierce holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of Oklahoma.