The full-size Toyota Tundra pickup truck is a fan favorite in the Toyota lineup thanks to its performance and durability. With the release of the 2019 Toyota Tundra, we wanted to take some time to compare the new model to the outgoing 2018 Toyota Tundra to help truck shoppers decide which model is the best choice for their new ride.
Keep reading to find pricing, fuel economy, and trim level specs as well as a rundown of the new features available on 2019 Tundra models or click the link below to head straight to the new Toyota Tundra inventory available now at the Ackerman Toyota dealership in St. Louis, Mo.
2019 Toyota Tundra
2018 Toyota Tundra
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Overall, the 2019 Toyota Tundra lineup is pretty similar to that of the outgoing 2018 Tundra which is reflected in the very small price increase for the new model year. Though, a few small changes to color options and available trim levels should provide some fresh design and capability that we think many truck shoppers will be interested in.
One brand-new exterior paint color option, VooDoo Blue, will be available on select trim levels. VooDoo Blue is replacing Blazing Blue Pearl and Inferno which will no longer be available on 2019 Tundra models.
The largest and most exciting change for the 2019 Toyota Tundra is the addition of a brand-new performance-focused TRD Pro trim level. TRD Pro models will come equipped with a handful of special features including Fox Shocks, TRD-tuned springs, LED fog lights, all-terrain tires, trim-specific finishes, and more for drivers who want additional off-road performance capability.
For more information on the 2019 Toyota Tundra lineup, visit the Ackerman Toyota dealership in St. Louis or connect with one of our team members online via the pop-up form below.