The 2022 Toyota Tundra rolled onto dealership lots with more confidence and capability than ever. The redesigned pickup truck has a new, bolder look, more power, and better performance. It also has updated tech and safety features. The Toyota Tundra comes in an impressive seven different trim levels, each one offering unique features.
The Tundra SR
Starting at $35,950, the base Tundra SR truck comes with a double cab and 18-inch steel wheels. This trim will get power from a 3.5-liter twin-turbo engine with 389 horsepower. Like all other models in the Toyota Tundra lineup, it will come standard with the latest Toyota Safety Sense 2.5.
The Tundra SR5
You can get into the SR5 for $41,455. This is the first trim that will offer the Crew Max cab, and it will have the same twin-turbo engine as the SR. A new towing package upgrades the towing power, and it can now pull up to 12,000 pounds.
Up next in the lineup, the Limited starts at $47,550. This trim is where the luxury starts kicking in with features such as simulated leather heated front seats, five USB ports, and a 14-inch touch screen for the infotainment system.
For $57,690, the Platinum gets you all the features of the Limited, plus a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster in front of the driver, leather-trimmed power-adjustable front seats, and memory settings for the driver’s seat. Your music will sound fantastic on the 12-speaker JBL stereo system, and you can get fresh air when you open up the power panoramic sunroof. You can’t miss the 14-inch touch screen, and this works with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to easily integrate all your phone’s apps and contacts.
The Tundra 1974 Edition
The 1974 edition builds on the Platinum and starts at $58,390. This trim is basically the Platinum with some ranch-style inspired pieces inside and out, along with exclusive badging.
The TRD Pro
Go pro with the Tundra TRD Pro, starting at $67,505. When you have to head off-road or over rough terrain, the TRD Pro has 33-inch all-terrain tires, 18-inch TRD wheels, and Fox suspension dampers to make it look easy. It also sits up higher with a 1.1-inch suspension lift.
The top-of-the-line Capstone starts at $74,230. This high-end Toyota Tundra strikes the perfect balance between performance and features. From the outside, you can beat its design. It has 22-inch dark chrome alloy wheels, power-deployable running boards, and a power deployable bed step. It gets power from the I-Force Max twin-turbo V-6 hybrid powertrain, which is powerful and efficient.
Inside, the leather-trimmed seats have a 10-way power adjustment, and once you sit down, it will envelop you with luxury. The two-tone white and black interior has American walnut trim accents and heated and ventilated front seats.
With so many trims and great features to choose from, deciding on the right Toyota Tundra might be a challenge. But it’s one that will be fun to figure out.
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