In addition to over 10,000 pounds of towing potential, the Toyota Tundra keeps the options broad with a payload capacity of 1,730 pounds when properly configured. Load up your bed and go. Its truck beds are available in several sizes, with a maximum of 8.1 feet. That’s plenty of room for work or play.
If you plan on pulling vehicles or equipment often, Toyota has already done the legwork by consolidating the features you want most. The standard Tow Package includes a series of upgrades perfect for Tundra owners who regularly tow worksite gear or love to travel with their camper.
The Tow Package includes the following features (plus several more):
When a hauling project takes you through rough terrain, the Toyota Tundra doesn’t hesitate.
Sturdy all-season tires keep the Tundra rolling anywhere you need to go. Experience even more traction and grip when you opt for the available all-season and all-terrain tires. When you know your truck can keep up with any environment, you’re free to focus on the day ahead.
This durable truck comes standard with low-pressure nitrogen gas-filled shock absorbers. They’ll keep your Tundra in good shape, unfazed by bumps and shakes. For the adventurous driver, boost your off-roading confidence by upgrading to the available trail-tuned TRD FOX® shock absorbers.
The Tundra embodies strength with its 5.7L i-FORCE V8 engine. Heavy lifting becomes effortless for this power source with its 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. Taking the boat out for a lake getaway? Is your worksite heavy on mud? Roar through any challenge with this engine under your hood.
Refine your force with the standard TOW/HAUL Mode. With this feature, a single button readies your Toyota Tundra for its next towing assignment. Depending on your driving conditions, the truck adjusts throttle, transmission, and gear choices. It maximizes force and stability for the vehicle and its load of the day.