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When you need to get your work done right, it’s up to your truck to handle whatever towing and hauling duties come your way. That’s why Toyota built the Tundra to tackle challenges with serious power and consistent performance no matter what kind of payload you need to move on or off the road. Its various cab styles and trim levels also offer incredible customization to fit whatever your interests and needs might be, and Toyota offers a diverse selection of technology tools for driver assistance, safety, and entertainment.
If you want to see what makes the Tundra such a well-rounded workhorse, come check it out here at John O'Neil Johnson Toyota! Whenever you visit our lot, our Toyota experts can show you this truck inside and out and go over all the details. We’ll also let you get in to try it out for yourself.
What’s New in the 2021 Toyota Tundra?
For 2021, Toyota has introduced two new style variants into the Tundra’s trim range. The Trail Special Edition is based on the agile SR5 Crew Cab, and it comes with black-and-tan upholstery, all-terrain tires, and unique looks inside and out. The Nightshade Edition is available in a dramatic grayscale range of colors and sports black badging.
You can count on the Tundra for dependable performance, and when the truck is fully set up, it can tow up to 10,200 pounds and haul up to 1,730 pounds. Under the hood, you’ll find a 381-horsepower V8 as well as a six-speed automatic transmission for easy transitions. The pickup handles with coordination and balance on streets and highways, and it can also tackle trails with durability and traction. For a true off-road-focused experience, consider the TRD Pro trim with a front bash plate and FOX shocks.
On the inside, the Tundra provides plenty of passenger space, especially in the airy Crew Cab. Taller adults will enjoy open overhead clearance while children can be safely seated with two sets of LATCH car seat connectors. The standard materials can hold up to the trials of a dedicated work truck, and Toyota offers attractive upgrades like saddle-brown leather trim in the 1794 Edition.
The Tundra comes standard with a responsive infotainment system and a 7-inch touchscreen to control your favorite apps. A Wi-Fi hotspot comes standard, and Toyota also offers smartphone connectivity, Amazon Alexa, and more. The 2021 model also comes standard with safety tech like pedestrian detection and forward collision warning.
History of the Tundra
The Tundra arrived in the North American market in 2000, debuting just in time to replace the T100 as Toyota’s full-size truck. Available with potent V6 and V8 engine options, the pickup quickly earned the respect of U.S. drivers with its work-ready horsepower and torque. Over the following years, Toyota expanded on the truck’s value with additional cab configurations and enhanced power.
The Tundra entered its second generation in 2007, and a complete redesign endowed it with improved hauling and towing abilities. By this time, it was available in 31 distinct variations thanks to a wide variety of cab styles, wheel bases, bed sizes, and powertrains. Toyota continues to make their standout truck extraordinarily customizable, ensuring that the Tundra can adapt to virtually any driver’s lifestyle and work duties.
The Tundra is Ready at John O'Neil Johnson Toyota
We have the reliable Tundra and a variety of other new Toyota models ready to go, and we invite you to come see them for yourself here in Meridian. You’re also welcome to take a look around our entire selection online at your convenience. We offer all our Toyota models at a considerable value, and you might be surprised by how low the prices are when you check out our latest offers and deals.