1994 Toyota T100 Specifications
- 1994 marked the second year of production for the Toyota T100 pickup truck. The T100 is a full-size truck, comparable in size to Ford's F150, Dodge's Ram and Chevrolet's Silverado. The truck comes in six different trim levels, four of which are two wheel drive and two of which are four wheel drive. Toyota offered the T100 in only a two door configuration.
Engine and Transmission
- The 1994 model year T100 came with two different engine options. Only the Regular Cab 2WD trim level came with the 2.7 liter in line four cylinder engine, which produced 150 hp at 4,800 rpm and 177 lb-ft. torque at 4,000 RPM. All other trim levels of the T100 came with a 3.0 liter V6 engine which produced 150 hp at 5,000 rpm and 185 lb-ft. torque at 3,750 rpm. A five speed manual transmission came standard transmission for all T100 trim levels. On all trim levels, except for the Regular Cab 2WD, an optional automatic four speed transmission was available.
- The T100 had a curb weight ranging from 3,320 pounds up to 3,910 pounds, with options such as the four wheel drive system adding to the weight of the truck. The truck's exterior dimensions were consistent for all trim levels. The T100's length measured 209.1 inches, while the width was 75.2 inches and the height 66.7 inches. The two wheel drive trim levels of the truck can turn at a diameter of 37.7 feet, while the four wheel drive models turn at a diameter of 43.3 feet.
- All of the T100's trim levels seat up to three people on a single row. Passengers enjoy 39.6 inches of headroom, 42.9 inches of legroom, 62.4 inches of shoulder room and 59.4 inches of hip room. The SR5 trim level T100s come with a tachometer and a tilting steering wheel, options not available in other 1994 T100s.