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  in
Bed Length

What's New for the 2019 Toyota Tundra?

When you are ready to take home a new full-size truck, the 2019 Toyota Tundra is a model that deserves a closer look. Drivers have overwhelmingly been impressed by the Tundra since its original release in the year 2000. The last major update occurred when the most recent generation was launched, and Toyota has continued to make modest updates to the Tundra each year since then. When you stop by our Toyota dealership to get behind the wheel of a Tundra, you will see that the 2019 model year gives you three trims to choose from. Depending on your trim selection, your vehicle will have space for between five to six passengers to sit across two rows.

2019 Toyota Tundra

Excellent Trims with Diverse Features

Choosing a trim is an essential part of your buying decision, and you will be thrilled to discover that all three Tundra trims for 2019 are loaded with impressive features. The base trim is the SR5, and it gives you, manual seat adjustments with cloth interior, audio and Bluetooth controls on the steering wheel, a navigation system, a JBL premium sound system, black heated and power-adjustable side mirrors, air filtration, a manual climate control system, daytime running lights, a deck rail, tailgate caps, an easy-lift tailgate, solar energy-absorbing glass, a gray grille and an integrated backup camera.

The Limited is the mid-level trim for the 2019 Tundra. It adds onto the SR5's features with chrome side mirrors, a silver grille, chrome bumper end caps, automated climate control, powered and heated front seats, leather material, an upgraded sound system and a leather steering wheel. The most advanced trim available for 2019 in the Platinum. This trim is loaded with integrated turn signals, a black honeycomb grille, ventilated front seats, a color-keyed bumper and more. A convenient way to compare the trims side-by-side is by visiting our Toyota dealership soon.

How Much Power is Produced by the Tundra?

2019 Toyota Tundra Front WaterPower is not a concern when you decide to take home a new Tundra. The SR5 for 2019 comes with a V8, i-Force, 4.6-liter gas engine that puts off 310 horsepower. It is paired with variable valve timing, direct fuel injection, a stainless-steel tubular exhaust manifold and an advanced Acoustic Control Induction System.

The Platinum and Limited trims for 2019 offer more power with a 5.7-liter variation of this same powertrain. This alternative generates 381 horsepower. Many other features combine to produce a stellar experience behind the wheel of the 2019 Tundra. These include ECT-I auto transmission technology, rear-wheel drive, an independent suspension system with coil springs, anti-lock brakes, a heavy-duty battery and more. Because these two powertrains deliver unique driving experiences, it makes sense to get behind the wheel and test drive both options before finalizing your purchase plans.

The 2019 Tundra Brings Peace of Mind

2019 Toyota Tundra Truck BedMany auto shoppers choose to take home a new Toyota because of this automaker's reputation for instilling innovative safety features into each of its vehicles. With this in mind, you may be excited to learn that all three of the 2019 Tundra trim levels share many of the same common safety features.

Some safety equipment that you may expect to find in your new Tundra includes front seatbelt pretensioners, a glass breakage sensor, eight airbags, an anti-theft system, an engine immobilizer, a pre-collision safety system, pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, smart start-stop technology, stability control, braking assistance, LATCH child seat anchors, child safety rear door locks, a tire pressure monitoring system, parking assistance for the front and rear, electronic brakeforce distribution, a sway warning feature, auto high beams, dynamic radar cruise control and a traction control management system.

If you are interested in seeing the updated 2019 Toyota Tundra in person, visit Toyota of Richardson to take a test drive, today!

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