Larger trucks are some of the most important types of vehicles people buy. Truck buyers are workers like farmers, ranchers, contractors, and so much more. The Toyota Tundra holds a privileged position to be able to grapple with the big Detroit-based automakers. The Tundra uses its capability as one of its most unique qualifiers, with some trims designed to double down on that trait.
There are six trim levels of the 2021 Toyota Tundra, which is the perfect amount. There is variety, but not so much that it actually makes the decision harder or more conflicting. The base model of the 2021 Toyota Tundra is the SR trim, while the top is the TRD Pro. The chart below includes each trim, and a couple of highlights for each so you can use this information to choose your favorite trim and continue your research there.
Integrated Backup Camera
Available TRD Off-Road and TRD Sport Packages
18-Inch Styled Wheels
Smart Key System
20-Inch Split 5-Spoke Alloy Wheels
Premium Audio with Dynamic Navigation and JBL®
Automatic Dual-Zone Climate Control
Wood-Grain-Style Accents and 1794 Badging
Large Fuel Tank
Rigid Industries® Fog Lights
TRD-Tuned FOX® Shocks with Piggyback Reservoirs
If you’re wondering, the 1784 Edition gets its name from the year the ranch was founded which is currently the site of the Toyota Tundra production facility in San Antonio, Texas. The ability to add the TRD packages allows shoppers who can’t fit the TRD Pro trim in their budget to still get aggressive, energetic off-road or performance attributes usually reserved only for higher trim levels. Seeing the Limited trim name so close to the lower trim level end of the spectrum is unusual, but that doesn’t make the Limited any less of a luxurious, premium trim.