2019 Toyota Tundra SX model debuts
- “Clean” design removes exterior badging, adds darkened wheels
- Available now for SR5 model Tundra full-size pickup
- Tundra SX pricing starts at $36,480 (including destination fee)
Aiming to appeal to truck owners who want their full-size pickup to have a “clean, fresh” yet tough look, Toyota has unveiled the 2019 Tundra SX. Debuting at the Texas State Fair in Dallas, where trucks reign supreme, the SX Package is available on Toyota Tundra SR5 grade Double Cab models in 4x2 or 4x4 configuration.
The Tundra’s new SX Package adds blacked-out 18-inch wheels and color-keyed grille surrounds and bumper caps. Inside, the front bucket seats have been upgraded for added comforts. The truck is most significant, though, for what it doesn’t have. Billed as “the cleanest Tundra to date,” Toyota has stripped its venerable full-size pickup of all exterior badging.
The Tundra SX package is available now for SR5 grades. Starting at $34,850 before destination fee, it is an additional $1,630 on top of the trim’s base price. It is available in three exterior colors: Super White, Midnight Black Metallic, and Barcelona Red Metallic.