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  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Toyota Tundra?

In 2019, flagship truck from Toyota returns even bigger, bolder, and more durable than ever. The Tundra this year comes in six trim levels, which ensures that you get just the right one for you. A redesigned suspension system makes the already-tough Tundra even more capable of handling tough terrain and adverse weather conditions than ever before. Despite its rugged exterior design and commendable off-road performance capabilities, the Tundra is delightfully refined and luxurious on the inside with high-end touches like leather seats and wood trim accents. With 10 exterior color choices and a towing capacity of over 10,000 pounds, the 2019 Tundra is sure to win your affection.

2019 Toyota Tundra

Six Great Trims for the 2019 Toyota Tundra

There are a total of six Tundra trim levels in 2019. Each trim builds upon its predecessor's standard offerings. All trims have a variety of add-on amenities available too. The two body options are a regular (double) cab and a longer cab called the CrewMax.

The base model Tundra is the SR. This trim is attractive at first glance with its gray grille and bright LED lights. It also features heated outside mirrors and a liftgate that is easy to move up and down. Inside, the well-equipped cabin features a 6.1-inch driver infotainment screen with a premium sound system, an auxiliary port, and a USB port. Fabric-trimmed seats, which includes split-folding seats in the rear, are standard. You have the option to upgrade to vinyl-trimmed seats if you prefer. Three 12V power outlets - two in the front and one in the rear - keep devices and appliances charged and ready to go when they're needed. Even with the base model, you'll get the premier safety package called Toyota Safety Sense and other safety amenities.

Moving up to the SR5, the exterior has an even more distinct look with chrome accents and halogen fog lights. Front tow hooks and a skid plate are optional accessories for greater towing power. This model gets a larger seven-inch infotainment system with optional navigation. Its seats are fabric-trimmed and split-folding with an optional vinyl-trim upgrade. Extra storage beneath the seats and the capacity for six passengers round out the SR5 highlights. Next up is the Limited. This truck builds on the other two models' offerings with a chrome-accented silver grille, chrome heated side mirrors, dual zone climate control, an infotainment screen with navigation, and leather-trimmed seats that can move in 10 ways.

The Platinum trim adds to that list cargo area tie-downs, auto-dimming outside mirrors, variable intermittent wipers, and mudguards in the front and back. Perforated leather seats are standard, and a moonroof is optional. The 1794 Edition features a special badge, an integrated backup camera, and a premium sound system. A leather-trimmed steering wheel is a standard feature on this trim. On the top level TRD Pro, a tilt-slide moonroof is a standard feature. Front tow hooks and a TRD front skid plate are also included. Custom leather seats and an infotainment system with integrated navigation complete the TRD Pro standard amenities.

Does the Tundra have a Powerful Engine?

2019 Toyota Tundra Front WaterThe 2019 Tundra is powered by a V8 engine. One version is a 4.6L engine that generates up to 310 HP at 5,600 RPM and 327 LB-FT of torque at 3,400 RPM. The second is a larger 5.7L engine that generates up to 381 HP at 5,600 RPM and produces up to 401 LB-FT of torque at 3,600 RPM. Both are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.

Which Safety Features are Included?

2019 Toyota Tundra Truck BedThe Toyota Tundra primary safety feature is the Toyota Safety Sense package, which includes pedestrian detection, collision avoidance at low speeds, lane departure alert, and radar-operated cruise control. A total of eight airbags throughout the cabin keep occupants safe in case of an accident. Traction control, stability control, and a special braking system and sway control for the trailer round out the safety amenities.

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