For nearly two decades, the full-size Tundra pickup truck has disrupted its class. This isn’t just because of Toyota’s legendary reputation for reliability and durability, though, as the Tundra also comes packing serious power from its choice of two V8 engines – enough power, in fact, to enable the Tundra Limited to tow as much as five tons. And with recent annual sales of more than 100,000 units, the Tundra’s ready for another round of success in 2019.
4.6-liter or 5.7-liter V8 engines produce 310 and 381 horsepower respectively
6-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission
Up to 38-gallon fuel tank capacity
Up to 10,200 lbs. maximum towing capacity
New for 2019
2019 marks the return of TRD Pro – Tundra’s enhanced off-road11 trim with rugged styling. The top-of-the-line trim comes with performance upgrades including 18-inch BBS forged-aluminum alloy wheels, FOX off-road suspension, a quarter-inch aluminum skid plate and TRD Pro dual exhaust. A new Voodoo Blue exterior color option is available exclusively on TRD Pro. Also new for 2019 is the SX Package, which adds more style to the well-equipped SR5 trim. This new option gives Tundra a more refined feel with color-keyed accents that include grille surround, front and rear bumpers, and even 18-inch black alloy wheels2. Limited to only three exterior colors, this SX Package provides a premium look for Tundra. It goes without saying that Tundra’s serious can-do attitude will get the job done. This workhorse provides a solid platform for drivers to build and customize upon. With six different trim options, two engine choices and large or small cab and bed, Tundra can be had in dozens of combinations. As a well-established vehicle in its class, Tundra offers everyday practicality for the long haul.