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Just a few weeks after announcing pricing for the first two members of its TRD Pro Series, Toyota has finally dropped the final pricing details on its new Tundra TRD Pro. Like the Tacoma TRD Pro, the Tundra will be available in two different body styles, with a more affordable Double Cab and a roomier Crew Cab.

Prices start at $41,285 for the former and $43,900 for the latter – not counting a hefty $1,100 destination charge – effectively slotting Toyota's off-road-ready model between the $41,730, Double Cab Limited and $46,465, Crew Cab-only 1794 Edition trucks.

As we've covered previously, the TRD Pro models come with a raft of off-road gear that should help combat just about any terrain a driver may stumble across. TRD-tuned Bilstein shocks and TRD-tuned front springs add two inches to the big truck's ride height while the black, 18-inch TRD wheels and available Inferno Orange paint add a bit of visual sass. A new TRD dual exhaust system is also standard, which can confirm sounds great (review coming soon!).

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Toyota Releases Pricing for All-New TRD Pro Series Tundra

August 28, 2014
TORRANCE, Calif. (Aug.28, 2014) – Let's Get Dirty! The highly anticipated launch of the all-new Tundra TRD Pro is nearly here. Already favorites among off-roaders, the 2015 Toyota Tundra will get even more capable with this new, aggressive off-road package designed by the experts at Toyota Racing Development (TRD).

The Tundra TRD Pro will start getting down and dirty when it reaches dealerships in late September 2014, joining its Tacoma and 4Runner TRD Pro Series counterparts.

Serious Specs for Serious Off-Roaders
With each part engineered, tested and tuned by Toyota and the experts at Toyota Racing Development (TRD), the Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner TRD Pro Series are packed with authentic off-road capability and built to be pushed to the limits. Available on 4X4 models of Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner, all TRD Pro Series vehicles will be equipped with:
TRD Bilstein shocks with remote reservoirs in the front and rear, for increased oil capacity and suspension travel
TRD-tuned front springs
Unique front grill with "TOYOTA" badging (pays tribute to early iconic Toyota models)
TRD floor mats
TRD shift knobs
Black TRD alloy wheels

A hot new color, Inferno, is joined by Attitude Black Metallic and Super White, cool classics for off-road rigs.

Tundra Like No Other
In addition to the shared features, the Tundra TRD Pro will be equipped exclusively with:
TRD front skid plate
TRD-tuned springs with 2" lift for the front of the vehicle
Decreased spring rate to improve ride quality over harsh terrain
All-black 18-inch TRD alloy wheels with Michelin Off-Road tires designed exclusively for Tundra
5.7-liter V8 with a TRD dual exhaust system
TRD PRO quarter panel bed stamping
Multi-reflector halogen headlights with black sport bezels and manual level control
Unique interior seat color with red stitching
Unique TRD Pro instrument panel ornament insert
Pricing

The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the Tundra TRD Pro will range from $41,285 for the Double Cab with a 5.7-liter V8 and 6-speed automatic transmission to $43,900 for the CrewMax V8 with a 6-speed automatic.

The MSRP for the Tundra TRD Pro does not include the delivery, processing, and handling (DPH) fee of $1,100. The DPH fee for vehicles distributed by Southeast Toyota (SET) and Gulf States Toyota (GST) may vary.
MODEL# MODEL GRADE MSRP
8321 Tundra TRD Pro Double Cab 4x4 V8 6AT FFV* $41,285
8351 Tundra TRD Pro Double Cab 4x4 V8 6AT $41,285
8371 Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax 4x4 V8 6AT FFV* $43,900
8373 Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax 4x4 V8 6AT $43,900

2015 TRD PRO SERIES PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS
Tundra TRD Pro Tacoma TRD Pro 4Runner TRD Pro
Wheels 18" black TRD alloy 16" black beadlock style TRD alloy New 17" black TRD alloy
Tires Tundra exclusive Michelin Off-Road Package tires BFGoodrich All Terrain KO Nitto Terra Grappler
Shocks TRD-tuned Bilstein High Performance
-Bilstein front and rear digressive piston and valve design
-Bilstein ZoneControl 3-stage, positive sensitive valve design is sensitive to suspension input speed
-Increased shock size adds oil capacity for better heat management and increased control of cavitation

FRONT:
- 1.4" of additional wheel travel
- 60mm pistons > 46mm OE
- 18mm shafts > 12mm OE
-"Piggy back" remote reservoir

REAR:
- 1.5" of additional wheel travel
- 60mm pistons > 46mm OE
- 18mm shafts > 12mm OE
-"Piggy back" remote reservoir
TRD-tuned Bilstein High Performance
- Bilstein front and rear digressive piston and valve design
-Increased diameter shock size (front) and external reservoir (rear) adds oil capacity for better heat management and increased control of cavitation

FRONT:
- 0.75" of additional wheel travel
- 60mm pistons > 36/32mm OE
- 18mm shafts > 12mm OE





REAR:
- 1.5" of additional wheel travel
- 46mm pistons > 36/30mm OE
- Remote reservoir
TRD-tuned Bilstein High Performance
- Bilstein front and rear digressive piston and valve design
-Increased diameter shock size (front) and external reservoir (rear) adds oil capacity for better heat management and increased control of cavitation

FRONT:
- 0.75" of additional wheel travel
- 60mm pistons > 32mm OE
- 18mm shafts > 12mm OE




REAR:
- 1.4" of additional wheel travel
- 46mm pistons > 32mm OE
- Remote reservoir
Springs Unique TRD-Tuned Front Springs


- 2" lift for the front of the vehicle
- Decreased spring rate to improve ride quality over harsh terrain
Unique TRD-Tuned Front Springs


- 1.75" lift for the front of the vehicle
- Decreased spring rate to improve ride quality over harsh terrain
Unique TRD-Tuned Front Springs


- 1" lift for the front of the vehicle
-Decreased spring rate to improve ride quality over harsh terrain
Exhaust TRD Dual Exhaust


- Stainless steel system
- Polished steel dual wall tips
- Reduced back pressure
- Throaty rumble sound
TRD Cat Back Exhaust


- Stainless steel system
- Polished steel dual wall tips
- Reduced back pressure
- Throaty rumble sound
No Change from OE
Skid Plate New TRD Front Skid Plate

- 1/4" thick aluminum with oil pan access panel
- Black OE front skid plate TRD Stamped Front Skid Plate

- 1/4" thick aluminum with venting for front differential
Exterior - Unique "TOYOTA" front grill
- "TRD Pro" bed panel stamping
- Matte and Satin Black "TUNDRA" and iForce 5.7L V8 badging on doors
Multi-reflector halogen headlights with black sport bezels and manual level control
- Unique "TOYOTA" front grill
- Black "TRD PRO" external hard badge
- Black "TACOMA" badging on doors
- Unique "TOYOTA" front grill
- Black "TRD PRO" external hard badges
- Black front and rear lower bumper accent
Exterior Colors Black, Super White, and Inferno (all-new exclusive color)
Interior - TRD Shift Knob
- TRD Floor Mats
- Unique seat color with red stitching
- Unique IP ornament insert
- TRD Shift Knob
- TRD Floor Mats
- TRD Shift Knob
- TRD Floor Mats



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      Jj008
      • 8 Months Ago

      I wonder where they got the inspiration to put the large "Toyota" across the front grill?

      Avinash Machado
      • 8 Months Ago

      Looks quite rugged.Love it.

      carguy1701
      • 8 Months Ago

      A TRD lift kit that's factory installed.

      Don't go comparing this to a Raptor.  There's no comparison.  If enough people buy it, they might do a proper Raptor fighter for the next gen Tundra (whenever that is).

      ebauer427
      • 8 Months Ago

      ugly.

      Finklestein
      • 8 Months Ago
      This thing has "wannabe" written all over it. Where the Raptor looks bada**, this thing just looks cereal box tacky. 
      I can't wait for the Raptor to destroy this TuRD in the next comparison test. 
        marv.shocker
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Finklestein

        If the Ford can stay together long enough to compete...

          Finklestein
          • 8 Months Ago
          @marv.shocker

          If the Toyota doesn't get recalled the night before competition....

        Jake
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Finklestein

        Yeah, Toyota has no off-road pedigree to speak of, right?

          carguy1701
          • 8 Months Ago
          @Jake

          Not recently, and definitely not with the Tundra.  If we're talking the Tacoma, HiLux, etc. I'll agree, but as far ass full-size trucks go, they haven't done much of anything in that arena.

          Finklestein
          • 8 Months Ago
          @Jake
          Toyota has more of a MPG and Appliance pedigree
        Danny
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Finklestein

        the Raptor is not a real truck. Hauling and tow specs are weak, look them up. The Tundra doubles them both. Looks are in the shape, that does not make it a tough truck.

          Jesse Gurr
          • 8 Months Ago
          @Danny

          To be fair, the Tundra TRD Pro doesn't have any towing ratings published that I could find.  The Raptor can tow up to 6000-8000 pounds mainly because of the added weight of the extra components over the regular truck that lowers the rating.  I'm thinking the same will apply here with the Tundra.


          On a side note, I was doing comparisons on Toyota's site between the Tundra and the F-150.  I noticed that the lists did not include the 3.5EB or the 6.2L V8 for the F-150.  I guess I shouldn't be suprised the Toyota website did not include all the engine choices on a competitor's truck, but still a disappointment.

      Storm Invictus
      • 8 Months Ago

      Inferno Orange? 

      Original color naming, Toyota... seeing as I drive an Inferno Orange Metallic 2013 Chevy Sonic. 

      That niggle aside,. I actually like the homage to the old school Toyotas with the grille. It makes it look a lot better than the stock Tundra, which isn't a very pretty vehicle. But still, not the belle of the full size truck ball by a long shot. 

        sp33dklz
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Storm Invictus

        You admit to driving a Chevy Sonic?  Sad. 

        Brayden
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Storm Invictus

        Not the belle cause it tows more uses a triple tech frame has reliability cost less and is the most american made truck or car 80% of it is built or source in the USA. I have owned four fords that is four to many all junk. ford sells the most truck because of government and military contracts. take those out of the equation and you have a junk yard full of fords. the gov and military have the money to keep sinking into these money pits. I Am a fleet mechanic for a municipality and see the garbage ford calls trucks. I also see some park services starting to buy tundras saving the tax dollar and getting a great truck. TRD tundra price compared to the rapture what a joke. in all my off reading I have never seen a raptor on a four wheel drive road. I go down to moab utah digging a lot no raptors ever spotted. I see them parked at the mall or golf course. I guess they're just an 60,000 plus around the town truck. Walmart ford come get your chinnes raptors 40% sources in the USA. the perfect Obamamobile.

      bethany.omalley
      • 8 Months Ago

      Still isn't a Ford F-150 Raptor.

      Still much better looking that a Chevrolet Reaper.

      mapoftazifosho
      • 8 Months Ago

      This is the worst case of "me-too" I've seen in a while...

      devs1980
      • 8 Months Ago

      TRD looks like it's missing a letter "U"

        Jake
        • 8 Months Ago
        @devs1980

        I'll bet that the other kids in your middle school homeroom class thought that was funny too.

      Bombdefuzer
      • 8 Months Ago

      This will be a Raptor killer!  

      scooters2
      • 8 Months Ago

      **cough** Poor man's Raptor?

        R S
        • 8 Months Ago
        @scooters2

        Maybe you should look up the price of a Raptor before you make a comment.  They are about the same price.  But in 10 years the Tundra will be worth 20 percent more and had no repairs.  Look up total cost of ownership, I am sure you will not because the truth hurts!  If you really want to look up "poormans" truck, look up average credit score for each brand and you will get educated even more.  Even better yet, drive one!  you might change your mind, but I doubt  you will do that either.  I know your dad told you cant,  because that's how "we" Huckleberrys  roll. 

        scooters2
        • 8 Months Ago
        @scooters2

        Visit your local Ford dealer.... Or better yet, visit a used lot with a Raptor on it. They are not similarly priced as Raptors sell pretty high, regularly over msrp.

        CACressida
        • 8 Months Ago
        @scooters2

        It can't be a "poor mans raptor" since they're both similarly priced.

          mumbojumbo
          • 8 Months Ago
          @CACressida

          There's a few thousand dollar difference in MSRP, but they're roughly similarly priced.  Only a fool though would buy the Toyota Turd over a Ford Raptor considering the massive difference in capabilities and equipment.  But then again, there's plenty of fools who would rather support a foreign company than one of their own.

        Danny
        • 8 Months Ago
        @scooters2

        Working mans raptor. The ford cannot haul or tow much. If you want a jeep, buy a jeep. The Tundra has real truck haul and tow specs, the Raptor is a joke as a truck.

      Zipper346
      • 8 Months Ago

      TURD...Toyota's Ugly Racing Development

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