Compare 2018 Toyota Tundra vs 2017 Toyota Tundra

2018 Toyota Tundra
2017 Toyota Tundra

2018 Toyota Tundra

Engine:

4.6L V8 Engine

Horsepower:

310 hp @ 5600 rpm

Torque:

327 lb.-ft. @ 3400 rpm

Fuel Economy:

15 city / 19 hwy mpg *

Transmission:

6-speed automatic transmission

2017 Toyota Tundra

Engine:

4.6L V-8 Engine

Horsepower:

310 @ 5,600 rpm

Torque:

327 lb.-ft. @ 3,400 rpm

Fuel Economy:

15 city / 19 hwy mpg *

Transmission:

6-speed auto transmission

2018 Toyota Tundra vs 2017 Toyota Tundra

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The 2017 Toyota Tundra is big, tough and hardworking. What more could you want? Well, if you still want more, you may find it in the 2018 Toyota Tundra. On the one hand, there is more safety. On the other, you will find a new adventure model. In between, you will find the same commitment to quality that causes the Tundra to earn high resale values. Likewise, you’ll find the same durability that allows these trucks to enjoy long road lives.

Safety

Tundras sported a distinct advantage in 2017. Toyotas were the only brand of truck to have eight airbags. The two extra added to the protections for the vulnerable driver and front seat passenger. For 2018, Toyota is expanding its crash avoidance systems to include the Tundra. The safety suite includes a pedestrian alert. Looking forward, it can detect if a person walks into the truck’s path. This is very useful for city streets and for busy worksites. A forward collision alert works in a similar way, watching for stopped or slowing traffic. Not only do you get a warning, but you also benefit from an autobrake. It will intervene to reduce stopping time. The lane watch helps the truck driver stay within marked lines. It can assist with repositioning the truck if the driver doesn’t respond to warnings. Toyota has upgraded the iMID screen as part of these standard features.

Advanced Features

Adaptive cruise control has been on the market for a few years, helping SUV and car drivers in busy traffic. Now the Tundra will come with this helpful feature as a standard, a first in the truck segment. Radar watches the traffic ahead and helps regulate the truck’s speed. This system is especially good for those who travel every day for work. At night, the driver will appreciate self-regulating lights. Once again, making these standard is a first in the truck class. Toyota’s adaptive high beams know when to raise or lower light levels. This allows drivers to keep both hands on the wheel. A blind spot monitor is also offered. This system uses an icon to show the busy driver that traffic is too close for a lane change.

New Trim

The 2018 Tundra family will include a new trim, giving you seven choices of style as well as engine and 4×4 capability. Consumers will appreciate the choice of two-row cabins, including one with exclusive reclining rear seats. Higher trims have their own look with handsome exterior trims in chrome or interiors in rich leathers. TRD Pro models satisfy off-road users. They provide raised suspension and advanced 4×4 capabilities. Ready for fun on the road, the TRD Sport will have sport-tuned Bilstein shocks to soften the bumps. A color-keyed hood scoop looks sporty and adds to the truck’s air intake. TRD anti-sway bars help you keep the truck under control despite conditions. Under the hood, you will find the 5.7-liter iForce V8 engine. It churns out 381 horsepower. The Car Connection praises this engine for its ferocious acceleration.


Find your Tundra now at Legacy Toyota. During your test drive, you will have the opportunity to check out the Entune touchscreen and its advanced features.

* 2018 EPA-estimated mileage. Actual mileage will vary.
* 2017 EPA-estimated mileage. Actual mileage will vary.