The 2023 Toyota Tundra trims come in five flavors if one excludes the hybrid models, and they all use the same 3.4-liter twin-turbo V6 engine delivering 389 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque (348 hp and 405 lb-ft in the SR trim), mated with a ten-speed automatic transmission. All non-hybrid trims offer a choice between RWD and 4WD, and various cab and load-bed combinations are also available.
Standard features are trim-dependent, but the base SR model includes a fully-boxed chassis frame, automatic LED headlights, LED taillights, cloth upholstery, four-way manually adjusted front seats, manual tilt/telescoping steering-wheel adjustment, powered and heated side mirrors, an eight-inch infotainment system with six or nine speakers, depending on the cab style, a backup camera with moving guidelines, keyless entry with push-button start, single-zone climate control, and a power rear window with defogger.
Going up through the Tundra hierarchy add trim-dependent features like leather or SofTex leatherette upholstery added, along with power front seats, heated and ventilated seats, dual-zone climate control, a surround-view camera system, a drive-mode switch with three modes, and even a ten-inch color head-up display. Some of these features are standard on some trims, while others can be added as options or as bundled option packs.
Toyota offers a huge variety of bundled option packages, many of which apply to the SR5 trim only. There are also a number of TRD-related packages, and some of which mainly relate to improved towing ability. The only SR package is the SR Tow package which includes a Class IV tow receiver, harness, and connector for $555.
Some of the noteworthy option bundles on a Tundra SR5 include the SX package, which adds color-coded door handles and bumpers, black overfenders, and painted 18-inch alloy wheels for $300. The SR5 Convenience package costs $1,560 and adds blind spot monitoring, front and rear parking sensors with automatic braking, and an increased fuel tank capacity of 32.3 gallons. Heated power tow mirrors can be added to the normal Convenience package, increasing its price to $2,460. The SR5 Premium package costs $2,440 and includes SofTex-trimmed seats with heating and eight-way power adjustment in front, a heated leather steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, and body-color outer door handles. The $7,875 SR5 Advanced Technology package with options is based on the SR5 Premium package and adds a surround-view camera system, the towing technology package, a digital rear-view mirror, the premium audio upgrade with a 14-inch touchscreen, and load-leveling rear air suspension.
The $1,440 SR5 TRD Off-Road package with options includes 18-inch TRD alloy wheels with all-terrain tires, TRD exterior cosmetics and badges, off-road suspension with Bilstein shocks, skid plates, TRD shift knob, red start button, aluminum pedals, and heated steering wheel. For $2,360, the SR5 TRD Sport package with options adds black 20-inch TRD alloy wheels, TRD exterior- and interior cosmetics, leather steering wheel, lowered sport suspension with Bilstein shocks. Heating for the steering wheel will add $150 to this price. The $3,530 SR5 TRD Premium package with options includes everything in the SR5 TRD Off-Road Package and SR5 Premium Package and adds a heated steering wheel, while the $9,095 SR5 TRD Sport Premium package with options combines everything in the Advanced Technology package and TRD Premium Package.
On higher trims, fewer packages are offered and more of the extras are standalone items, such as the JBL audio system ($645), the moonroof ($850), or rear air suspension with a bed-mounted power outlet ($1,035).