Get to Know the 2018 Tundra TRD Sport

Get to Know the 2018 Tundra TRD Sport

Toyota is known for producing rugged trucks, but the newly announced 2018 Tundra TRD Sport might take the cake. This powerful truck packs serious power and performance along with a flashy design. In other words, there are lots of reasons to be excited when this truck hits dealerships in September.

A Little Something Extra

Toyota made this vehicle specifically for people who want an extra dose when it comes to performance and style. In order to deliver that dose, it offers some serious cosmetic upgrades, including TRD front and rear anti-roll bars, TRD-tuned Bilstein dampers, a mesh grille, a color-keyed hood scoop, and a TRD Sport bedside graphic. Plus, the truck will have 20-inch alloy wheels with a black accent finish. Those wheels will turn some heads, whether you are driving along the trail or running down the interstate to get to work.

Style is great, but what about the performance?  How does it deliver something extra out on the road?

It provides a heaping helping of performance with a 5.7L i-force V8 engine. This powerful engine produces 381 hp, so you will have some serious get-up-and-go under the hood. Imagine what you could do with that engine at your disposal.

Available Models

It wouldn’t be a Toyota if you didn’t have some choices. You can choose from 4×4 and 4×2 models in Double Cab and CrewMax configurations. This will make it easy to get the type of truck you need for your next adventure.

Staying Safe in All Situations

The 2018 Tundra TRD Sport is built for adventure, but that doesn’t mean it wants you to be in harms’ way. The truck includes Toyota Safety Sense P. This system has a wealth of features, including lane departure alerts and a pre-collision system.

The 2018 Tundra TRD Sport isn’t available yet, but Warrenton Toyota in Warrenton, Virginia, has tons of other exciting options. Visit the dealership and check out the current Tundras. Step inside and experience the unbridled power and performance you can only get with a Toyota.


April 27, 2017
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