Tundra has all the right tools for the demanding
Honest workhorse capability
- All cab styles and trim levels can be equipped with 5.7L V8 rated at 401 lb-ft peak torque
- Some competitive models don’t offer their top-of-the-line engine in all models
- Maximum payload1 capacity for Regular Cab 4×2 is 2,090 lbs
- Maximum tow2 rating when equipped with 5.7L and factory tow package is 10,400 lbs
- Tundra is first full-size pickup with tow ratings certified under the new SAE J2807 standard
- As of October 2010, all other automakers use their own criteria to determine tow ratings
- Tundra’s massive 13.9-inch front disc brakes are among the biggest of any ½-ton pickup
- Tundra’s front brakes have 4-piston calipers; competitive models may offer only 2-caliper
- Tundras equipped with the 5.7L V8 have a 10.5-inch ring gear in the rear differential; most
competitive trucks are under 10 inches
- Anti-corrosion sheet steel used in cargo box construction
- PVC anti-chipping coating applied to rocker panels
- Stainless-steel exhaust system with laser-welded mufflers helps resist corrosion
Advanced safety features
- STAR Safety System features five electronic braking controls working together to help
driver maintain control of the truck and avoid an accident
- Driver and front outboard passenger airbags with Advanced Airbag System3
- Driver and front outboard passenger seat-mounted side airbags and front and rear Roll-
Sensing side Curtain Airbags (RSCA)3
- Driver front outboard passenger knee airbags3
- Also roll-sensing side-curtain airbags that can be triggered in certain situations
- Trailer-sway Control4 (TSC) is standard on all 2011 models
- Tire Pressure Monitoring System5 alerts drivers to critically low tire pressure that can affect fuel economy or possibly lead to a blowout
Exceptional versatility and convenience
- Locking, removable tailgate also features easy-down, easy-up gas-strut assist
- Available Deck Rail system helps secure cargo loads
- Available center console can store computer, hanging files
- Power vertical sliding rear window standard on CrewMax
- All audio systems have auxiliary jacks for personal music players
- Available backup camera6 helps rear visibility and assists in hitching up trailers
Trendsetting special editions
- TRD Sport adds street-smart styling, including 20-inch wheels and monochromatic paint
- TRD Off Road offers a bold, rugged appearance and adds tough suspension upgrades
- TRD Rock Warrior combines color-keyed appearance with off-road capability
- Platinum package adds the ultimate in luxury with JBL sound, wood- and leather-trimmed seats
1Payload is the GVWR minus curb weight and includes weight of occupants, optional equipment and cargo, limited by
weight distribution. Payload is not the Vehicle Capacity Weight as defined by FMVSS 110, which will vary according toinstalled optional equipment.
Calculated with new SAE J2807 method.
2Before towing, confirm your vehicle and trailer are compatible, hooked up and loaded properly and that you have any necessary additional equipment.
Do not exceed any Weight Ratings and follow all instructions in your Owner’s Manual. The maximum you can tow depends on the total weight of any cargo,
occupants and available equipment. Calculated with new SAE J2807 method.
3All the airbag (AB) systems are Supplemental Restraint Systems. All ABs (if installed) are designed to inflate only
under certain conditions and in certain types of severe collisions: frontal and knee ABs typically inflate in frontal collisions; side and side curtain ABs in
side collisions; Roll-Sensing Curtain ABs at a severe tilt degree, roll or lateral Gforce.In all other accidents, the ABs will not inflate.To decrease the risk of injury from an inflating AB, always wear
seatbelts, sit upright in the middle of the seat as far back as possible and do not lean against the door.
Do not putobjects in front of an AB or around the seatback. Do not use a rearward-facing child seat in any front passenger seat.
The force of an inflating AB may cause serious injury or death. See your Owner’s Manual for further information/warnings.
4Trailer-Sway Control (TSC) is an electronic system designed to help the driver maintain vehicle control under adverse
conditions. It is not a substitute for safe driving practices. Factors including speed, road conditions and driver steeringinput can all affect whether TSC will be effective in preventing a loss of control.
Please see your Owner’s Manual for further details.
5The Toyota Tire Pressure Monitor alerts the driver when tire pressure is critically low. For optimal tire wear and
performance, tire pressure should be checked regularly with a gauge; do not rely solely on the monitor system. Seeyour Owner’s Manual for details.
6The backup camera does not provide a comprehensive view of the rear area of the vehicle. You should also look
around outside your vehicle and use your mirrors to confirm rearward clearance. Cold weather will limit effectivenessand view may become cloudy.