Toyota Tundra  

When it comes to keeping up with both work and play, the Toyota Tundra is hard to beat. It is available with multiple drivetrains and powertrains, allowing you to find the perfect model for your needs. In fact, versatility is a large part of Tundra's appeal.

How Much Can the Tundra Tow?

Many factors are involved when determining how much the Tundra can tow. A double cab with the standard length bed and the 5.7L engine can tow up to 10,200 pounds in select trim levels. This engine pumps out 380-horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Switching to four-wheel drive rather than rear-wheel drive will reduce your towing capacity slightly.

Both the 1794 Platinum Edition and Platinum models are only available with the CrewMax cab. As a result, rear-wheel-drive versions of the Tundra can tow up to 9,400 pounds, while four-wheel-drive models drop down to 8,800 pounds. If you choose the Limited trim of the Tundra, you will be able to tow between 8,800 pounds and 10,100 pounds, depending on your drivetrain.

Many adventurous drivers choose the TRD Pro model. When you choose a double cab and rear-wheel drive, this trim of the Tundra can tow up to 9,900 pounds. This is perfect for bringing along your favorite off-roading toys

How Can I Learn More About the Towing Capacity of the Tundra?

On top of having two engines to choose from, extra towing features are available, such as a dedicated Tow/Haul mode. You can learn more about them by getting in touch with our team today. We can help you find the model with the towing capacity you need for your work and play.

Categories: Offroad, Performance, Towing, Tundra