2019 Toyota Tundra Performance | Hillside Toyota




2019 Toyota Tundra Performance | Hillside Toyota

 For people tired of driving American pick-ups, Toyota’s new Tundra is a breath of fresh air. Sporty and spacious, the car offers stiff competition to other pickups more sophisticated than this. Test drive a Toyota Tundra in Jamaica at Hillside Toyota. How does the Toyota Tundra feel on the road? The Toyota Tundra is a good old fashioned working man’s truck. Neither the interiors nor the exteriors sport anything that looks state-of-the-art. But when it comes to performance, the truck does make up for the lack of technology. The standard model comes with a standard 4.6-liter V8 engine. The premium trims sport a powerful 5.7-liter V8 engine, which has a fuel economy of 15 MPG in the city and 19 MPG on the highway. While this isn’t terrible, it could have been better. The Tundra is a 6-speed automatic and comes in both four wheel and rear wheel drive. It is extremely spacious on the inside and its new 18-inch BBS wheels and suspension make the entire drive comfortable.

When driving, the Toyota Tundra is much sturdier than other pickups, although a little stiffer. In congested roads, it may feel like a lumbering giant. But move onto spacious routes and you won’t ask for a better vehicle. If the car seems a little slow for your taste, don’t worry. Toyota offers numerous performance parts right from suspension systems to brakes to exhaust to steering. Available at various price points, there are parts for every budget. This makes it easy for car owners to work on their car. Overall, this is one pickup you can drive from sunrise to sunset, without worrying about overworking it. Interiors The different variants offer two seat sizes – the Double Cab/6.5-foot bed and the Crew Max Cab/short bed. The Tundra’s lower trims offer bench seats with cloth upholstery and the higher trims offer premium leather covering.

Other features like the TRD Pro dual exhaust system, LED fox lights, auto-dimming rearview mirror, 6.1-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth and power-sliding rear windows are available across trims. The Platinum and 1794 Edition have numerous cosmetic upgrades, which make the pickup look really elegant. Want to see a Toyota Tundra in Jamaica? Visit us at Hillside Toyota.


Source: Toyota