The 2018 Toyota Tundra is beginning to lose some of its luster, with newer, more modern pickups like the Ford F-150 and Nissan Titan offering more power and features. That said, the Tundra still enjoys a sterling reputation for reliability and resale, and it still has the muscle to tackle the jobs most pickup buyers demand of a half-ton truck.
New Features and Revisions
The 2018 Toyota Tundra sees the Regular Cab and TRD Pro models dropped this year, but a new TRD Sport trim is added. Toyota’s Safety Sense-P is standard on all grades. The system includes pre-collision with pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert, adaptive cruise control, and auto high beams.