2019 Toyota Tundra Model Review

15/19  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
6
Seats
5.5, 6.5 or 8.1  ft
Bed Length

What's New with the 2019 Toyota Tundra?

Toyota introduced the 2019 Tundra by saying it's "Built to Lead." And, it is! The full-size pickup truck has a new color, new trim package, and a few other small upgrades that prove once again, the Tundra can't be ignored as a full-size, heavy-duty pickup.

For this year's model, Toyota offers a SR5, Limited, and Platinum package.The SR5 is the least expensive standard edition and the Platinum is a bit pricier, but comes with perks that make the increase in cost worth it. The wide range of options make the Tundra ideal for drivers, employers, and those that need to haul trailers as well. Find out even more about this pickup truck below.

2019 Toyota Tundra

A Full Lineup of Trims and Tech Features

The 2018 Tundra was introduced with five trim and feature packages. All of those trim packages proved to be popular with buyers and were brought back for the 2019 edition. Toyota fans will be glad to know, the 2019 Tundra also comes with the option of a new trim package, the TRD ProTrim. The TRD Pro-Trim package offers an upscale look that drivers will appreciate.

Tundra is retiring two colors including Inferno and Blazing Blue Pearl. In its place, Toyota is offering a brand new shade of blue called VooDoo. The dark blue color is classy and sassy at the same time.

Built For Power in All Situations

2019 Toyota Tundra Front WaterAs far as horsepower, there's not much the Tundra V8 engine can't do. The SR5 and the Limited Edition have a 4.7L engine. The more advanced Platinum edition offers a bit more muscle under the hood for that extra pick up and go when you need it. To ensure the truck gets drivers where they're needed, Toyota installed a heavy-duty battery, Toyota Direct Ignition start, and made sure the vehicle delivered low emissions. With a six-speed automatic transmission, drivers can drive confidently everywhere they go. No matter what Toyota model drivers choose, they won't be disappointed.

Does the Tundra Have Toyota Safety Sense?

2019 Toyota Tundra Truck BedLike the 2018 Tundra, the 2019 edition features safety technology that keeps drivers safer on the roads. Toyota Safety Sense technology is a pre-collision system that warns drivers of danger on the road. The system provides early warning signs to give drivers a chance to react.

Other safety features include the Star Safety System Vehicle Stability Control, which provides traction control and helps the truck stay on the road. When towing, drivers will appreciate the remote backup camera and no trailer sway technology. Climate control, tire pressure monitoring, and a LATCH system for car seats, the Tundra is a great car for the whole family.

To learn more about the 2019 Toyota Tundra, visit North Park Toyota. Our team will answer your questions and even get you behind the wheel to take it for a test drive.

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