When there’s a job to do, the right tools can make the task much easier. That’s why the Toyota Tundra is equipped with all the muscle and gear you need for the most demanding situations. Its hearty engine generates plenty of power for towing and hauling challenges, and you can rely on this durable machine for everything from the daily drive to serious work duties, whether you’re headed down the highway or out in the wilderness.
You’re invited to come check out the Toyota Tundra here at our Gallup dealership. Come see us at Amigo Toyota to learn all there is to know about this powerful pickup truck. While you’re on the lot, you’re welcome to take the Tundra for a test drive.
For 2021, the Tundra is now available in the Trail Special Edition. Based on the Tundra SR5 Crew Cab trim, this new variation rides on all-terrain tires, and it also sports distinctive accents as well as black-and-tan upholstery. You can also opt for the Nightshade Edition, which cloaks the Tundra in eye-catching dark accents.
The Toyota Tundra is built for hard work, and when it is properly optimized for the tasks, it can tow up to 10,200 pounds and haul up to 1,730 pounds. The truck comes standard with a 381-horsepower V8 paired with a six-speed automatic transmission for reliable performance on the road and on the job. When you want to head off-road, the Tundra rises to the challenge, especially if you go with the Tundra TRD trim with its front skid plate, FOX shocks, and other tools.
When the job is done, you can relax on the ride home thanks to the Tundra’s comfortable cab. The truck provides plenty of support and cushioning for a soft ride, and you’ll also have all the space you need when the whole crew comes along. The cab is furnished with sturdy materials, and Toyota offers a range of ways to upgrade the interior, like the saddle-brown leather in the Tundra 1794 Edition.
The Tundra can be stocked with an array of tech tools, and the standard 7-inch touchscreen makes accessing your features a breeze. A Wi-Fi hotspot also comes standard, while Toyota offers various tech options like Amazon Alexa and smartphone connectivity. The 2021 model comes standard with safety systems like pedestrian detection and forward collision warning.
Toyota brought the Tundra to the U.S. in 2000, introducing it to replace the outgoing T100 model in their lineup. The full-size truck was originally available with V6 and V8 engine options, and its capabilities quickly earned the attention of American drivers looking for an affordable, reliable pickup. The Tundra was fully redesigned in 2007, launching into its second generation with enhanced work ability. At this time, the truck was available with more than 30 unique configurations, as Toyota offered a wide range of cab styles, wheel bases, powertrains, and bed sizes. The maker continues to innovate and explore the truck’s potential, and the modern Tundra provides an impressive arrangement of work-focused aptitude and onboard conveniences.