2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport Review and Price

Think about all the productivity a pickup car may do, it is a versatile car to be used for family slash lumberjacking in the woods. It’s like you can’t miss a thing having this kind of car. The pickups are maybe being best sold in the USA where there are large road and scarce highlands, but one of the best kind of products is from all across the world, definitely from Japan the Toyota Brand. Standing for Toyota Racing Development, the newest 2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport means it offers active families to have more sporty styling and performance.


2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport

Let’s see the exterior features first before seeing the interior and peeking under the hood of this new line-up. Because the package is actually more of an exterior upgrade, while not much on the engine and the interior. The eye-catching lighting of LED headlight has a smoked chrome bezel as the accent, pair with another LED-based fog and including daytime running lights. The standard set is given a 20-inch alloy silver sports wheel, it has two kinds of color-keyed, these are the front and rear bumper, and the hood scoop. The honeycomb front grille has a surround body color, completed with TRD sports bedside graphic. It is available in Super White, Magnetic Grey, Barcelona Red Metallic, Blazing Blue Pearl, and last but not least, the Midnight Black.

Toyota offers two types of body in the new Tundra TRD Sport, the 4×4 and the 4×2 grades in CrewMax and double cab configuration. It is powered by the ever popular 381 horsepower with the 5,7-liter l-Force V8 engine with the transmission systems combined with the automaker’s 4WD system of 6-speed automatic or 2-speed transfer case. The brakes will have Toyota A-TRAC which uses locking differential that minimizes wheel spin, by reducing traction. Honorable mention of enhanced additional are rear anti-sway bar with TRD Sports Tuned Bilstein Shocks for the driving performance.  The RWD models feature 13/18/15 mpg performance rating, while the AWD system is not much more than that. There are sport-tuned Bilstein Shock absorbers in each of the corners. And the suspension in the front, the leaf spring, and the rear are all unchanged.

2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport

Meanwhile, the insides, nothing much has changed like the last Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. Basically, it has cloth upholstery and the top trims are covered with leather upholstery. The new features will all be branded in the TRD logo, such as the shift, the floor mats, and door to complement the exteriors. The top trims will feature an Entuned Premium system to sync with the navigation system.

There will be improvement of the safety features, such as safety sense-P package. It has multi-features of the protection package, such as Lane Departure Alert, Auto High Beams, Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control that all status can be seen on the Multi-Information Display which is monitored Via the Tundra’s driver-assist systems.


It will have the release and delivered to the dealership in September 2017. For the price range of $ 30,000 – $50,000

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