Owning a truck like the Toyota Tundra allows you to do some amazing things. It can easily glide down the streets near Statesboro, Metter, and Sylvania and seamlessly transition to off-roading, taking on challenging terrain with grace. Add on towing capabilities and you have yourself a perfectly well-rounded vehicle. Plus, when you have a gas mileage that works for you, the Tundra is truly a go-to pickup.
You can learn all about the Toyota Tundra MPG in the guide below. Created by the team at Franklin Toyota, it presents you with the Tundra Miles Per Gallon for every powertrain and configuration. Let’s jump right in.
Learn more about the Toyota Tundra by reading our 2019 Toyota Tundra review
The Tundra offers drivers two different engine choices. Both options can be equipped with front-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive. This means a different fuel economy for each pairing. Find out the best performance configuration for your needs along with its estimated MPG rating when you continue reading.
The base engine of the Toyota Tundra is the 4.6L i-FORCE V8. This generates an impressive 310 horsepower and 327 lb-ft of torque for some great power under the hood.
When this engine is equipped with front-wheel drive, you can expect to receive an estimated 15 city/19 highway/16 combined MPG.* This remarkable fuel economy will help you go farther on one tank of gas. In fact, this pairing is the highest MPG the Tundra has to offer.
If you decide to go with 4-wheel drive, the fuel economy does lessen slightly, though it’s still very solid. This comes in at 14 city/18 highway/16 combined MPG.*
Also available for the Toyota Tundra is the 5.7L i-FORCE V8 engine. This powertrain boasts a considerable amount of strength with 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. With this engine, you’ll also be able to tow up to 10,100 pounds when properly equipped.
When this engine is paired with front-wheel drive, you’ll receive an MPG rating of 13 city/18 highway/15 combined.* This a great combination of power and efficiency, letting you roam the streets with fewer trips to the gas station.
Like the first engine, when the 5.7L is paired with 4x4, you’ll receive slightly less, due to the added capabilities. This estimated fuel economy leaves you with 13 city/17 highway/14 combined MPG.*
Along with the suitable Miles Per Gallon of the Toyota Tundra, you’ll also receive a fuel tank that allows you to fill up less often. Standardly, the fuel tank measures in at 26.4 gallons. However, you can choose to upgrade that to a whopping 38 gallons when the Tundra is equipped with the 5.7L engine.
The next time you’re in the area near Statesboro, Metter, and Sylvania, stop by our Toyota dealership and view this truck in person. You can even schedule a test drive to see how the fuel economy of this pickup can work for you. Contact us today!
* 2019 EPA-estimated mileage. Actual mileage will vary.