The Toyota Tundra is a well-rounded full-size pickup that's ready for work and play, has a comfortable ride, can tow more than 10,000 pounds, can shuttle family around, gets decent fuel economy and is an easygoing way to get the boat or RV to your favorite destination. Truck buyers don't just expect their trucks to tow and haul. They want much more, and those high demands make the full-size pickup truck segment a particularly tough one, making it quite an accomplishment to rise to the top. For the 2019 Best Resale Value Awards, the Toyota Tundra is at the head of the class, capably doing all that's asked of it and more, while boasting very impressive projected resale values.
The Tundra has some tough new competition, but as we explain in the full-size Toyota truck's Expert Review, "The qualities that keep the Tundra in consideration are its remarkable reliability and strong resale values, standard active-safety features (adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking and automatic high beams), and spacious cabins. It also has the muscle that most people need from a half-ton pickup to get the job done. The TRD (Toyota Racing Development) Pro brings another dimension with extra off-roading talent."
The Tundra offers a buyer-friendly breadth of cab and trim options that can satisfy those who are looking for a work truck (SR), want to level up for some upscale features (SR5 or Limited), are interested in more off-road performance (TRD Pro), or want topline luxury (Platinum or Southwest-inspired 1794 Edition). Pricing for the Tundra starts higher than the starting prices of its competition, but the Tundra comes standard with a V8 engine, something that no other 1/2-ton truck maker can boast, plenty of useful standard equipment including the Toyota Safety Sense-P suite of advanced safety features, and the best resale value in the segment.