The new 2016 Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup available in three cab styles including regular, extended, and CrewMax. Three bed lengths are available: 5.5-foot short bed, 6.5-foot standard bed, and 8.1-foot long bed. Extended and CrewMax options seat five or six, while the regular model seats three.
Depending on the configuration, 2016 Toyota Tundra has six trims: SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition, and TRD Pro.
Interior 2016 Toyota Tundra
One of the best things in the interior Toyota Tundra gives you is user-friendly technology. Even the most basic trim level comes with touchscreen interfaces and the usual array of smartphone connectivity functions.
Moving up from the basic, Toyota Tundra gives fancier interior design with attractive and well-built parts to bring fancy looks, something you can expect from luxury trucks.
In every trim, the front seats are comfortable and broad, but the backseats are even better with plenty of legroom even in extended cap option. CrewMax features reclining seat, so there is a stretched-out space as well.
Both extended and CrewMax have folding rear seats to provide good cargo space for valuable items that are too risky to put in the bed.
Exterior 2016 Toyota Tundra
As usual, the exterior Toyota Tundra brings varies depending on trim levels.
A comprehensive breakdown of 2016 Toyota Tundra review of each trim’s exterior is listed below:
- SR: available in regular and extended double cab options only, the base trim comes with 18-inch steel wheels, heated mirrors, full power accessories, damped tailgate, and windshield wiper de-icer.
- SR5: available only in extended double cab and CrewMax options only, it gives fog lights, variable intermittent windshield wiper, and exterior chrome trim. There are two optional packages provided including Upgrade and Safety & Convenience. The former adds auto-dimming rearview mirror; when equipped with 5.7-liter V8, it gives larger gas tank. Safety & Convenience package brings front and rear parking sensors, rear cross-traffic alert, and blind spot warning system.
- TRD Pro: everything in the SR5 Upgrade package comes as standard, but it adds more styling elements including black 18-inch alloy wheels. Off-road tires are standard.
- Limited: available only with extended double or CrewMax only, the Limited trim is the base level but with plenty of improvements including the SR5 Upgrade package that comes as standard, 20-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, and power-sliding horizontal rear window. Limited Premium package is offered which adds equipment from Safety & Convenience added with anti-theft alarm and extra interior lighting. On the CrewMax variant, sunroof is optional.
- Platinum: it comes in CrewMax configuration only with Safety & Convenience equipment comes as standard. Built on Limited’s equipment, Platinum trim adds power-folding and auto-dimming mirrors, LED running lights, and 20-inch alloy wheels.
- 1794 Edition: it is almost exactly the same with Platinum trim, but with distinctive exterior and interior styling. TRD Off-road package is available for SR5, Limited, and 1794 Edition. It gives 18-inch TRD wheels, tow-hooks, off-road tires, trail-tuned shock absorber, and skid plates.
Now the big question: what is 2016 Toyota Tundra price? MSRP starts at $28,640 to $49,080.