2019 Toyota Tundra Walk Around

The Tundra looks like the big truck that it is, with a tall and wide grille, beefy fenders, and billboard-sized badges. If you like chrome, you’ll like the SR5 and 1794 Edition; if you don’t, you’ll prefer the monochromatic Platinum and TRD Sport or Pro.


The dashboard is wide and symmetrical, with controls grouped either in the center below the 6.1- or 7.0-inch touchscreens, or to the left of the steering wheel. The Limited and 1794 Edition have nice stitched vinyl and woodgrain trim on their dashboards.

The extended-cab Tundra SR, SR5, and Limited have good room up front and wide, well-padded seats. A bench seat is standard on SR and SR5, but buckets with a center console are more common. Extended-cab Tundras don’t have great space in the second row, but it’s good enough to get by for short runs.

The crew cab is a better choice for carrying passengers in back. The rear seat is flat and upright but legroom is excellent.

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