What is new for the 2018 Toyota Tundra

White River Toyota takes 2018 Tundra into the showroom

How is the 2018 Toyota Tundra different from 2017?

Not many vehicle classes are as difficult to wade through as the full-size pickup truck segment. White River Toyota has recently taken delivery of the 2018 version of the Toyota Tundra. This particular full-size pickup truck is so highly thought of that the automaker has not had to make many major changes to keep it competitive. Since well before the new truck arrived in our showroom, we’ve had several customers wondering how the 2018 Toyota Tundra is different from the 2017 model. Most of the changes made to the 2018 Tundra are of the aesthetic variety. Additionally, the manufacturer has added a new trim grade to its TRD family of rough-and-tumble vehicles.

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What is the 2018 Tundra TRD Sport?

The Toyota TRD family of vehicles combines style and capability in vehicles like the Tundra. For 2018, the company has given buyers something new to think about with the Tundra TRD Sport trim. Available on four-wheel and rear-wheel-drive-equipped with the CrewMax and Double Cab configurations, several premium features have been added. Each of these is designed to help the TRD Sport version of the Tundra standout from the rest of the available models at White River Toyota.

Exclusive TRD Sport equipment

  • Body-color matching mirrors and bumpers
  • Matching hood scoop
  • 20-inch alloy silver sport wheels
  • LED headlights, daytime running lights and fog lights
  • TRD Sport graphics on the cargo bed

Other changes for the 2018 Toyota Tundra

The new Tundra TRD Sport isn’t the only version getting a new grille design. The two top trims, Limited and 1794 Edition will not feature a new billet style grille. Like other new 2018 Toyota models coming to White River Toyota, the 2018 Tundra will have a complete suite of active safety features like forward collision warning, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.

Several exclusive features have been added to the TRD Sport version of the new Tundra
The regular cab version of the 2018 Tundra is no longer available
The 2018 Tundra uses many of the automaker's latest technology features

Anyone who would like to schedule a test drive with the newly updated 2018 Toyota Tundra should make an appointment with a White River Toyota sales professional today.