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2022 Toyota Tundra Prices, Vehicle Overview & Features

Trying to track down an uncommon pick-up truck? The Toyota Tundra is a great option for Austin drivers. There are seven Toyota Tundra trim levels and a starting price of $35,950*, so you’ll be in control as you drive from Leander to wherever life takes you. Consider our in-house financing options as you tour our Toyota Tundra inventory at Toyota of Cedar Park.

Toyota Tundra SR

This is the base level Toyota Tundra trim level. It’s the Tundra SR and it’ll start you out at $35,950 MSRP*. Check out all the standard features you’ll get with this Toyota Tundra configuration.

  • $35,950 Starting MSRP
  • Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 (TSS 2.5)
  • Tow Package including Integrated Trailer Brake Controller
  • Trailer-Sway Control (TSC)
  • Integrated Backup Camera
  • Easy lower and lift tailgate
  • 60/40 split, fold-up rear seats
  • Apple CarPlay®/ Android Auto™/ Amazon Alexa® compatibility

Toyota Tundra SR5

Following that, we’ve got the SR5, which adds a significant amount of power over the normal model. A starting price of $40,755 MSRP* includes an 8-inch touchscreen, halogen fog lights, and more.

  • $40,755 Starting MSRP*
  • All Tundra SR features
  • Audio Plus with 8-inch touchscreen
  • Sliding Rear window with privacy glass
  • Halogen fog lights
  • Heated power outside mirrors
  • Urethane tilt/telescopic steering wheel
  • Chrome front and rear bumper end caps

Toyota Tundra Limited

In the third Toyota Tundra configuration, the Limited, there is almost no limit to what you can accomplish with it! Starting at $46,850* for the Toyota Tundra, you’ll get everything from heated mirrors to a large 38-gallon fuel tank.

  • $46,850 starting MSRP*
  • All Tundra SR5 features
  • LED headlights with LED fog lights
  • 20-inch split 5-spoke wheels
  • Chrome heated power outside mirrors
  • Leather-trimmed tilt/telescopic steering wheel
  • Premium Audio with Dynamic Navigation and available JBL®
  • 38-gallon fuel tank

Toyota Tundra Platinum

The Platinum trim level of the Toyota Tundra sits in the middle of the lineup and is just begging to be driven. All of the previous setups are here, along with a slew of surprises:

  • $56,990 starting MSRP*
  • All Tundra Limited features
  • Power vertical sliding rear window
  • 20-inch premium 6-spoke alloy wheels
  • Smart Key System on front doors
  • Fixed, covered center console with storage
  • Brushed-metal-style trim
  • Color-keyed front and rear bumpers

Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition

With a Western flair, the 1794 Edition is designed for a new breed of cowboy. There are faux suede inserts and other leather accents throughout this Toyota Tundra design, making it both eye-catching and luxurious. Here are some of the highlights:

  • $57,690 starting MSRP*
  • Power vertical sliding rear window
  • 20-inch premium 6-spoke alloy wheels
  • Smart Key System on front doors
  • Fixed, covered center console with storage
  • Wood-grain-style accent and 1794 badging
  • Color-keyed front and rear bumpers

Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

The TRD Pro is the most powerful Tundra configuration. The iForce MAX Hybrid Twin Turbo V6 is Tundra’s first-ever hybrid engine and is a genuine powerhouse on wheels. This model’s custom visual features are guaranteed to impress anyone looking for a vehicle with a distinctive look. We don’t yet know the precise details, such as the cost, but here is a restricted list of things you get:

  • TRD Pro front and rear TRD FOX® shocks with piggyback reservoirs
  • TRD Pro front skid plate
  • “TOYOTA” front grille with color-keyed surround
  • TRD Pro bedside stamp
  • Power tilt/slide moonroof
  • Black TRD Pro leather-trimmed front bucket seats

Toyota Tundra Capstone

The all-new Tundra flagship flawlessly blends premium, luxury, and power into one incredibly well-equipped package. Competition-level power and luxury features make it a good alternative for any truck driver who desires both strength and sophistication in his or her vehicle. Once again, the beginning MSRP for this renowned new vehicle hasn’t been released, but we’d like to provide the following as a preview of what you may expect:

  • Standard 437 hp, 583 lb.-ft i-FORCE MAX hybrid powertrain
  • Standard 22-in. Chrome Wheels
  • Semi-Aniline Leather-Trimmed Seats
  • Standard Power Running Boards and Bed Step
  • 10″ Color Heads Up Display
  • Towing Technology Package


Among the new features of the 2022 Toyota Tundra pickup are a squared-off exterior design, a stronger and lighter chassis, and a twin-turbo V6 engine that’s more powerful and efficient than last year’s V8 engine. This year’s models will come equipped with several new options like a 14-inch touchscreen display, digital instrumentation, and an adaptive suspension. A hybrid engine will be available before the end of the year.


The SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and 1794 trim levels of the 2022 Tundra vehicle are presently available. The Tundra 1794 starts at $39,075 before options, but that price rises to $59,385 with the addition of the destination fee. Off-road enthusiasts can look forward to the TRD Pro model’s arrival in the spring of 2019.
toyota tundra 2022
Toyota tundra 2022


The new twin-turbo V6 engine in the Tundra replaces the old one. On the TRD Pro, an even more potent hybrid system called i-FORCE MAX will be standard equipment; however, it will be an option on lower trim levels.

If you want four-wheel drive, you’ll have to fork up almost $3,000. It will come standard on the TRD Pro with 4WD as an option. There is a 10-speed automatic transmission on all variants.

Engine TypeHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (Combined)
3.5L Twin-Turbo V6389 hp479 lb-ft20 mpg
3.5L Hybrid Twin-Turbo V6437 hp583 lb-ftNot Yet Rated


It’s a full-size truck that seats five people in the regular Double Cab configuration. CrewMax configurations are available on the SR, SR5, and Limited for an additional $2,000, allowing for longer rear doors and extra legroom in the back. Only the CrewMax version is available for the Limited and 1794.

A 6.5-foot bed is standard in the Double Cab, but an 8.1-foot bed is available for $330 on the SR and SR5. The 5.5-foot bed is standard on the CrewMax, while the 6.5-inch bed is available for $330 on the Limited and 1794.

The Tundra has a payload capacity of 1,940 pounds and a towing capacity of up to 12,000 lbs.

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Automatic high beams, road sign recognition, automatic emergency brakes with pedestrian and bicycle detection, and adaptive cruise control are just a few of the driver assistance features available on every Tundra.

The SR5’s Convenience Package ($1,510) includes rear cross-traffic alert, tailer merging warning, and front and rear parking sensors with automated braking in addition to blind-spot monitoring. Subsequent trims include these features as standard equipment.

On the Limited, you can upgrade to surround-view cameras for $950, while they come standard on the Platinum and 1794 models. The $1,645 Advance Package includes a head-up display for the Platinum and 1794 models.

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Eight-inch touchscreen with pinch-and-zoom, nine speakers (six on SR Double Cab), three USB outlets, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included in the new standard infotainment system. The Limited comes standard with a 14-inch touchscreen, which is optional on the SR5.

The $385 Power Package includes a 12-speaker JBL audio system ($645), as well as wireless device charging. Platinum and 1794 come with wireless charging and JBL speakers as standard.

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