How Does the Toyota Tundra Drive Off-Road

Toyota Tundra

Toyota is well-known for developing adventurous trucks and SUVs. If you enjoy an outdoor lifestyle, the new Toyota Tundra may prove to be a perfect match. It’s tough, reliable, and powerful enough to deliver an exciting drive. Very few pickups are as skilled at traveling off the beaten path.

A Beastly Off-Road Machine

Every new Toyota Tundra can be equipped with a capable 4WD system. Toyota also fits the Tundra with a standard automatic limited-slip differential for enhanced traction. An optional TRD Off-Road package transforms the Tundra into an even more rugged driving machine. It equips the truck with several adventurous upgrades. While trail-tuned shocks help you to maneuver over choppy terrain, skid plates protect against damage. Tow hooks and off-road tires are included as well.

If you want to venture deeper into the wilderness, check out the Tundra TRD Pro. It comes loaded with all of the necessary gear for you to explore tough environments. A 2.0-inch front lift with heavy-duty FOX shocks gives you the maximum ground clearance over rough ground. Lighter BBS forged wheels and a TRD front skid plate further aid the truck’s ability to conquer the backcountry. You also can’t forget about the Toyota Crawl Control system, which allows you safely topple challenging landscapes. Not only does the TRD Pro’s black exhaust tip look cool, but it also gives the truck a more aggressive sound.

You can also take advantage of Tundra’s strong performance. The standard 4.6-liter, i-FORCE V8 engine develops a muscular 310 horsepower and 327 lb-ft of torque. An even more potent 5.7-liter, i-FORCE V8 is optional. It raises the performance needle by cranking out 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque.

Final Thoughts

If you would like more information on the Tundra’s off-road capabilities, contact Toyota of Grapevine. Our dealership is where you’ll find all of the new Tundra models.

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