Who This Truck is For
- Sportswomen who love the outdoors… from camping to kayaking or fishing this big truck is made for getting to and from your adventure destination.
- Small families who need a lot of legroom and cargo area in the backseat.
- Singles or couples who want a truck, and want something big.
- Anyone who loves full-size pickups that make a lifestyle statement.
What the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Costs
The 2019 Toyota Tundra starts at $33,425, which isn’t bad for a full-sized truck. But this is the base model, knowns as the SR and doesn’t have the full four-door back seat configuration, which you’ll probably want once you’ve had a chance to sit in both.
The 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro starts at $52,780 and boasts high-performance Fox shocks, LED fog lights and headlamps, skid plates, and a specially tuned exhaust in addition to the capability, comfort and safety you’ve come to expect from a Toyota truck.
The model I drove started at $49,645 and topped out at $55,106 thanks to some additional equipment including a performance air filter, side-steps, Tonneau cover, bed extender, center console tray, spray-on bed liner, tie-down hooks, spare tire lock, paint protection film, and a universal tablet mount for the back seat.
What You Need to Know About the 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro
Unique TRD Pro Equipment
- Black TOYOTA grille and tailgate stamp
- Fox shocks
- Rigid Industries LED fog lamps
- TRD branded front skid plate and rear exhaust
- Leather-trimmed power seats
- 18″ TRD black forged tires
- TRD Pro shift knob and floor mats
Mechanical and Performance Package
- 5.7L V8 engine with dual exhaust
- 138 HP / 401 lb-ft torque
- 8-speed automatic transmission
- On-demand 4-wheel drive
- Electronically controlled transfer case
- Engine and transmission fluid coolers
- Towing package
Safety and Convenience. Always.
- LED headlights
- Trailer brake and sway controls
- 8 airbags
- Tire pressure monitoring
- Pre-collision and pedestrian detection
- Dynamic radar and cruise control
- Lane departure alert
- Automatic high beams
- Blindspot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
Inside and Outside Features
- Hood scoop
- Power tilt/slide moonroof with sliding shade
- Single-zone AC
- Premium sound system with 7″ touch screen with a backup camera, navigation, apps, radio, CD player, USB ports
- Bluetooth connectivity
Additional Optional Equipment
- TRD Performance Air Filter
- Paint protection film
- Hard tri-fold Tonneau cover
- Center console storage tray
- Bed extender
- Stainless steel door edge guards
- Spray-in bed-liner
- Universal tablet holder
- Alloy wheel and spare tire locks
- Step Rails (Running Boards)
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What a week we’ve had with the 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro. I love the simplicity of the tech and controls in this truck. The huge knobs for climate control, sturdy gear shifter, 13 drink holders, massive center console and rugged interior. Still my husband’s number 1 choice for a truck! #trdpro #toyotatundra #tundratrdpro #2019tundra #offroad #offroadlife #offroading #4x4offroad #4×4 #4x4life #4x4nation #adventure #outdoors #txautowriters
The Toyota Tundra TRD Pro is a Beast
In short, the Tundra TRD Pro is the loudest, bulkiest, least fuel-efficient truck in its segment, but it’s also a crowd favorite. Owners gladly sacrifice a few miles per gallon for the experience of owning and driving this truck because it really is in a class of its own. According to Tundra owners I’ve known over the years, these trucks last forever… 300+ miles and still going strong isn’t uncommon. Get out and drive one, and see if you too, fall in love with the beast.
The 2019 Tundra was loaned to me by Toyota. All opinions and comparisons are my own.