2019 Toyota Tundra cargo volume and towing capabilities
Pickup trucks are among the most versatile vehicles out there. They offer a great deal if you’re looking for a reliable and capable vehicle to help you out with large loads of various items for both work and play. Whether it’s for moving day or for a weekend on the lake, a pickup truck’s high capacity for heavy lifting is quite useful. One such mighty pickup truck is the Toyota Tundra, a bold and powerful example to be sure. Let’s take a closer look at the 2019 Toyota Tundra cargo volume and towing capabilities so you can start picturing all the wonderful places you can go while commanding this beast.
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Towing and payload numbers
The 2019 Toyota Tundra has six different trims for you to choose from: SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition, and TRD Pro. Different cab styles (Double Cab and CrewMax) and bed lengths (5.5-foot, 6.5-foot, and 8.1-foot) are available in this lineup. Each Tundra model has a bed that is 22.2 inches (1.85 feet) deep and has a total width of 66.4 inches, or about 5.53 feet (50 inches, or about 4.17 feet, between the wheel wells). While they have different specifications depending on cab style, bed length, and the engine equipped under the hood, you are sure to have a lot of towing and hauling power at your fingertips no matter which Tundra model you choose.
As for towing and payload, you’re in luck with the Tundra. Depending on the trim, when properly equipped, you’ll be able to tow as much as 10,200 pounds, with the lowest maximum towing capacity being 6,800 pounds. Depending on the trim and engine you select, you’ll be able to haul between 1,530 pounds and 1,730 pounds in the back.
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Towing is made more convenient with the Tundra’s 4-/7-pin connector being integrated into the rear bumper for easy connection. The available TOW/HAUL Mode also helps by intelligently holding lower gears for longer, which helps to prevent the vehicle from constantly looking for the right gear while it is towing. The standard Trailer-Sway Control and the available Integrated Trailer Brake Controller also make things easier by letting you adjust the amount of trailer braking depending on the trailer’s weight and helping to stabilize trailer sway that might occur.
You’ll also be able to load the truck bed with greater simplicity with the easy lower and lift tailgate and the available deck rail system. The bottom line is this: The 2019 Toyota Tundra can truly cater to your towing and hauling needs for just about any occasion. If you would like to see this bold and confident truck in person, please contact us today! Please feel free to peruse our inventory of new Toyota Tundra models as well.