The 2019 Toyota Tundra

The new 2019 Toyota Tundra line-up is almost here.

Part of that is the new Tundra TRD Pro is sweeping back into the lineup after a brief absence, offering new features and updates for 2019. Included in the new model is the Toyota’s Safety Sense P System. The Fox shocks, with 11 bypass zones up front and 12 in the rear, continue to be a defining feature of the Tundra. The redesigned 18-inch alloy wheels reduce weight by 14 lbs. Stylistic changes include the logo being stamped into the side bed panel and a more robust dual exhaust with black tips. Read on the learn more about the 2019 Toyota Tundra and the trim levels that will fit your hard work and play style.

The SR5 and the Limited deliver a double cab with strength.

The 6.5 ft bed space carries most loads. Both feature heated outdoor power mirrors. The Limited has the option for a blind spot mirror to be included. It also has optional front tow hooks or skid plates for the engine and fuel tank. While the SR5 has a standard fuel tank the Limited’s is larger at 38 gallons. This helps power its 5.7-liter V8 engine. Meanwhile, the standard engine in the SR5 is a 310 horsepower 4.6-liter V8. The interior has an Entune entertainment system with an integrated navigation system. The SR5 has seating for six while the heated and leather trimmed Limited has capacity for five. The multi-information system displays necessary information and stats such as outside temp, fuel economy, and trip distance. It also includes an integrated Trailer Brake Controller monitor. Also featured is the trailer sway control system for safer trailer operation.

The Platinum trim handles rugged terrain with ease and elegance.

Though it is built for a hard days work, it offers stylish features that provide a comfortable environment. Like the Limited, it offers a more powerful 381 horsepower 5.7-liter V8 engine. From the chrome heated outdoor mirrors with onboard turn signal to the optional tilt/slide moonroof, the extra touches are through this truck. The luxurious interior features power multi-position perforated leather seats that are both heated and ventilated. The rear has 60/40 split-fold seating. The truck bed is shorter at 5.5-ft but it has the larger. The Entune Premium JBL Audio with Integrated Navigation system provides entertainment and tools. The TRD Pro now offers a moonroof in addition to its standard safety system that includes stability control, traction control, anti-lock brakes, Smart-Stop technology, a pedestrian detection and pre-collision system, lane departure warning, sway control, auto high beams and adaptive cruise control.

The MSRP for the SR5 is posted as $33,220, while the Limited is $40,685 and Platinum starts at $47,380.

While this might be outside if your budget, buyers interested in this newly designed 2019 Tundra should be on the watch specials and deals later in the year. For the 2018 model year, Toyota offered APRs as low as 0.0% and cashback offers as high as $3,000. Additionally, drivers could lease a Tundra model and take it home for less than $400 per month. Expect many of these deals to carry over for the 2019 model. Talk your local Toyota dealer for more deals on the 2019 Toyota Tundra.