Toyota Tundra: Ready to Tow, Haul, or Take You Off-Road

With the Toyota Tundra, you can do just about anything and go just about anywhere while enjoying the durability of this full-size pickup truck. The Tundra is a vehicle that you can count on, as more than 90 percent of models sold within the last 15 years are still on the road today.

The 2016 model received honors from for its resale value and from for its retained value, giving you added confidence in your investment. People who plan on taking their Tundra off-road regularly should consider the TRD Pro trim with its TRD-tuned suspension, 5.7-liter V8, TRD Pro Bilstein shocks, and 1/4-inch aluminum skid plate.

No matter which V8 engine you choose for your Tundra, you will be ready to tow and haul with up to 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. The Tundra was designed for towing and hauling over 10,500 pounds thanks to features like an integrated towing hitch receiver and a combination meter. In addition to being built tough, the Tundra is comfortable with a spacious CrewMax cabin that has room for the whole family or even six adults on your work force.

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What’s New on the 2019 Toyota Tundra?

The 2019 Tundra comes in six unique trim levels: SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition, and TRD Pro. The base SR offers cruise control, USB ports, automatic high beams, a CD player, an auxiliary port, an integrated backup camera, lane departure alert, a 6.1-inch touchscreen, Siri Eyes Free voice control, LED daytime running lights, Bluetooth®* wireless technology, tow hooks, and more. The SR5 provides HD radio, GPS Link intermittent wipers, fog lights, a 7-inch touchscreen, a windshield wiper de-icer, a sliding rear window, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

Drivers who choose the Limited trim will receive heated power outside mirrors, a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, LED fog lights, heated front bucket seats, dual-zone automatic climate control with dust and pollen filter, LED daytime running lights, heated leather seats, a deck rail system, a six-way power-adjustable front passenger seat, LED headlights, and navigation. The Platinum and 1794 Edition trim levels offer similar features such as 20-inch alloy wheels, cooled front seats, leather, and more. The top trim – the TRD Pro – gains LED headlights, a moonroof, 18-inch wheels, leather seats, Fox shocks, and skid plates.

Tundra History: How Toyota’s Full-Size Pickup Came to Be

The Toyota Tundra has a long history, going all the way back to 1993 with the T100 and its 3-liter V6 engine. A 2.7-liter 4-cylinder engine was added to the T100 in 1994 and an automatic transmission became available on 4-wheel drive models the same year. This is also when extra safety features were added to the list of standard options, including a driver-side airbag. For the 1995 model year, Toyota added a Xtracab model to the Tundra and swapped out the 3-liter V6 powertrain with a 3.4-liter V6.

The Toyota Tundra officially arrived as a 2000 model year in the summer of 1999, winning numerous awards that same year. In 2003, Toyota slightly revised the styling of the Tundra and added a new Access Cab SideStep model with a V8. The Tundra Double Cab was added the following year. In 2005, the engines were updated, including a 245-horsepower 4-liter V6 that replaced the 3.4-liter V6. In addition, the V8 got VVT-I that improved output to 282 horsepower.

A new generation arrived in 2007 that was capable of towing over 10,000 pounds, followed again by receiving numerous awards. This impressive rating was the result of the new 5.7-liter V8 with 381 horsepower. The Double Cab replaced the Access Cab from the first generation and the CrewMax Cab was introduced as a replacement to the previous generation’s Double Cab.

There were also new bed length options, which increased customization. Toyota made sure the second-generation worked better for construction workers by including extra-large door handles, headrests large enough for hard hats, an integrated tow hitch, and a deck rail system.

Buy Your Tundra from Miller Toyota

Choosing to work with Miller Toyota gives you access to a wide range of new, used, and certified pre-owned Toyota Tundras. By working with us, you will enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that the technicians working on your pickup are well-trained, familiar with Tundras, and use only genuine parts.

We work hard, ensuring that you can always count on our service center to complete all repairs and regular maintenance that you need to have done. When you buy your Tundra from Miller Toyota, our friendly team will guide you through the options and show you various accessories, while the finance center can secure your auto loan. Visit us today for a test drive.

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