New Toyota 2019 Toyota Tundra for Sale in Smithfield, RI
The tough and time-tested Toyota Tundra is back for its twentieth model year with an excellent list of standard features, including impressive active safety equipment such as a wide-angle rearview camera and the Safety Sense package (dynamic cruise pre-collision alert with pedestrian detection, pre-collision alert with pedestrian detection and brake assist, lane departure assist with steering assist, lane departure assist with steering assist, dynamic cruise control, and automatic high beams). This Texas-built full-sized pickup is offered in six trim levels, two cab configurations, and three bed lengths. There are two available engines: a 4.6-liter i-FORCE V8 (310 horsepower) and a 5.7-liter i-FORCE V8 (381 hp); the sole transmission is a six-speed automatic.
Standard Equipment and Trims
The base trim, the SR, comes packed with power heated side mirrors, a windshield wiper de-icer, trailer sway control, and the Entune Audio infotainment system with voice recognition, USB port, and voice recognition capability. The SR5 adds halogen fog lights, chrome Tundra badging, sliding rear window, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and SiriusXM satellite radio. Those who choose the Limited trim will get a deck rail system with four adjustable tie-down cleats, chrome exterior mirrors, a 38-gallon fuel tank, auto dual-zone climate control, heated leather front bucket seats, and a power sliding horizontal rear window.
The Platinum trim receives a black honeycomb grille, auto-dimming chrome exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals, trim-specific badging in chrome, puddle lights, perforated leather heated/ventilated front bucket seats, an overhead console with storage for sunglasses, and an anti-theft system with glass breakage sensor. The luxurious 1794 Edition is named in honor of a ranch established in that year that once occupied the site that the Tundra plant now sits on in San Antonio, Texas. This trim gets chrome 1794 badging, saddle-brown leather seats and steering wheel, woodgrain inlay, and a general Western feel to the cabin. The top trim, the TRD Pro, features a chrome-tipped black dual exhaust system, four-wheel drive, a trim-specific suspension, a power tilt-and-slide moonroof with sun shade, and A-TRAC (active traction control).
Comfort and Utility
The ’19 Tundra is as comfortable as it is capable. The interior is modern and refined, with soft-touch materials, available leather, and convenient storage areas. The five-passenger configurations have a center console between the front bucket seats that has a 12-volt outlet and a covered bin. The back seats have been designed to fold upward from the seating surface as opposed to the back folding down. This setup makes for more flat floor space, increasing usability.
This is a truck that’s made to pull the biggest toys: a properly equipped Tundra can tow over 10,000 pounds. The available Tow/Haul Mode on models with the 5.7-liter V8 “intelligently” stays in low gears longer while increasing throttle response, engine braking, and pulling power for optimized towing. An integrated trailer brake controller is also available. The Tundra’s peak payload weight is 1,730 pounds.
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