The 2018 Toyota Tundra: Oh, the Things You’ll Tow
Warmer weather is right around the corner in Amarillo, Texas. That’s good news.
As the temperatures rise, you’re going to be spending more time outdoors. Also good news.
Many spring and summertime outdoor activities require heavy equipment. That’s not good news — unless you have a Toyota Tundra.
When properly equipped, the 2018 Toyota Tundra can tow up to 10,200 lb. But that’s just a number. What can this full-size pickup really haul? Here are a few things.
4 Things the 2018 Toyota Tundra Can Tow
Sleeping under the stars is a must in mild weather. Lucky for you, the new Tundra can pull most camping trailers that are 25’ or more in length. With muscle like that, it’s no wonder the Tundra has been SAE J2807-rated since 2010 by the Society of Automotive Engineers.
With temperatures increasing as summer nears, you’ll want to cool off. If there’s a better way to do that than with a trip to the lake, we don’t know about it.
The 2018 Tundra can tow most large boats. And with TOW/HAUL mode, this full-size pickup can do it without making you hunt for the right gear the whole time.
You might be skeptical, but it’s true: The new Tundra can tow most RVs. It might sound like a tall task, but the Tundra is up for it. How? A heavy-duty TripleTech™ frame, integrated hitch receiver, and available iFORCE 5.7L V8 engine certainly don’t hurt.
Maybe you want to go for a weekend ride. Perhaps your trusty steed is part of your day-to-day work. Whatever the reason, you’ll want to give the Tundra a serious look. This year’s model can haul most two-horse trailers. And with standard Trailer-Sway Control, it can transport them more comfortably than competitors.
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Want to see what the new Toyota Tundra is really made of? Browse our full inventory of cars for sale. A test drive awaits when you visit our dealership in Amarillo, Texas. We’re just up the road from the Lubbock, Plainview, and Clovis communities.