Gas Mileage – 13 mpg City/17 mpg Hwy
Engine – Regular Unleaded V-8, 5.7 L
Style Name – 4WD 1794 Edition CrewMax 5.5′ Bed 5.7L (GS)
Drivetrain – Four Wheel Drive
Body Style – Crew Cab Pickup – Short Bed
Transmission – Transmission: Electronic 6-Speed Automatic -inc: intelligence (ECT-i), sequential shift mode, uphill/downhill shift logic and TOW/HAUL mode
A 4.6-liter rated at 310 horsepower is standard on SR and SR5, but a beefy 381-hp 5.7-liter is more common. In all, a 6-speed automatic shuttles power to the rear or, optionally, all four wheels.
The Tundra is available in extended- and crew-cab configurations. The latter is far more popular and it has a long cab with wide doors front and rear. Tundras have a big grille topped by a skinny faux opening and, on many trims, a non-functional hood scoop.
The dashboard is wide and symmetrical, with controls grouped either in the center below 6.1- or 7.0-inch touchscreens for infotainment or to the left of the steering wheel. Most Tundras don’t look particularly dressy inside.
Good isolation from the road and robust power from its V-8 engines elevate the 2019 Toyota Tundra, 381-horsepower 5.7-liter V-8
With standard rear-wheel drive, the Tundra will eagerly bark its rear tires away from a stop. Four-wheel drive is optional, but Toyota’s system isn’t suitable for use on dry pavement like most rivals.
On the highway, the Tundra’s ride is smooth and composed, highway tracking is above average, and most versions are well-isolated.
The Tundra includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warnings, and automatic high-beam headlights
Blind-spot monitors are optional on the 2019 Tundra.