Which 2015 Tundra Option Package Is Right for You?

July 3rd, 2015 by

2015 Tundra packages WarrentonThe 2015 Tundra is one of the most customizable vehicles on the market. There are six trims, two engines, two drivetrains, three cabs, and two truck beds to choose from. You can also personalize your truck by adding optional features, such as an upgraded version of Entune, larger wheels, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, a towing hitch receiver, heated power mirrors that have turn indicators, a moonroof, and more. The best way to add features is via one of the option packages, as they give you multiple upgrades for a lower price.

TRD Off-Road Package

The TRD Off-Road Package is only available on the SR5 or Limited trims. This package gives you TRD off-road wheels made from alloy as well as a rear-side privacy glass, Bilstein shock absorbers, skid plates on the fuel tank and engine, front tow hooks, and a decal.

SR5 Upgrade Package

If you plan to drive a Tundra SR5, you can add the SR5 Upgrade Package. This gives you front bucket seats that have power lumbar support, a urethane knob and shift lever mounted on the floor, a tilting and telescopic steering wheel made of urethane, a front console box, three cup holders in front, and HomeLink universal transceiver on your auto-dimming rearview mirror, complete with an anti-theft system.

Limited Premium Package

The Limited Premium Package gives you an illuminated entry system, power windows in front, parking assist sonar in the front and rear, and a Glass Breakage Sensor.

Work Truck Package

The final option package on the 2015 Tundra is the Work Truck Package, which is perfect for those who will be rough on their truck. This adds durable vinyl to the floor and seats and gets rid of the wireless door lock. If you have a Regular Cab, it will also take away the shift- and speed-sensing power door lock and power windows.

To figure out which of these option packages are right for you, consider which 2015 Toyota Tundra trim you want and how you plan to use the truck. The team at Warrenton Toyota in Warrenton, Virginia, can help you consider your choices.

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