Heyward Allen Toyota Reviews 2018 Toyota Tundra
When you choose the 2018 Toyota Tundra, you are choosing durability and quality. Here’s what’s new for the 2018 Tundra at Heyward Allen Toyota dealer serving Athens GA.
Putting Safety First
The biggest change is its new crash avoidance features. Whereas other 2018 trucks either demand more money for these functions or don’t offer them at all, the Tundra has these standards:
- Lane departure warning
- Lane assist
- Forward collision warning
- Pedestrian watch
- Collision mitigation autobrake
- Automatic high beams
- Adaptive Cruise Control
Dressing the Part
The 2018 Tundra has seen some exterior changes, too. You’ll notice more LED headlights and different grilles. Some are billet-style and others have a honeycomb look.
Improving the Interior
Toyota has led the way with more interior technology in its trucks. This year this means a new gauge cluster. It is larger and easier to see. There’s a standard backup camera that works automatically. A large touch screen has Entune connectivity for Bluetooth streaming audio.
Luxuries and amenities pile up in the top three trims: Limited, Platinum and 1794. Leather upholstery adds beauty and warmth. Heated and ventilated, the front power seats are sure to keep the driver and front passenger more comfortable. More smartphone app integration and navigation stretch what your Entune system can do.
Doing Serious Work
If you have work to do, the Tundra can help you do it. Tow ratings can exceed 10,500 pounds. Learn about leasing vs buying.
Take the Tundra out for a test drive at Heyward Allen Toyota dealer serving Athens GA.