The 2021 Toyota Tundra comes in a wide range of trim levels, including basic SR and SR5, mid-level Limited, off-road-oriented TRD Pro, plus the upscale Platinum and 1794 Edition. Three different bed lengths and two different cab configurations are available: a 4-door extended cab (Double Cab) and a larger 4-door crew cab (CrewMax). Where it’s optional, 4-wheel drive is an extra $3,050. The
($35,270) with rear-wheel drive and the Double Cab, has a long list of standard equipment including 18-in steel wheels, integrated trailer brake controller, trailer sway warning,
forward collision warning
with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, automatic high beams,
adaptive cruise control
, windshield wiper de-icer, damped tailgate, keyless entry, cloth upholstery, air conditioning, rearview camera, USB port, Bluetooth, and an 8-in touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto/Apple CarPlay compatibility. A 40/20/40 split/foldong front bench is standard, allowing for six-occupant seating.
($36,960) adds chrome accents, variable intermittent wipers, fog lights, HD/satellite radio and a sliding rear window on the CrewMax. The TRD Sport package — exclusive to the SR5 — adds 20-in wheels, sport-tuned Bilstein shock absorbers, front/rear anti-roll bars, and sporty styling elements.
($43,985) brings 20-in alloy wheels, heated side mirrors,
dual-zone automatic climate control
, leather upholstery, heated power front seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, navigation, and additional speakers (seven in the Double Cab, nine for the CrewMax). A center console (which replaces the front bench seat and thus reduces seating capacity from six to five) is optional in lesser trims, but standard in the Limited. A TRD Off-Road package is available on the SR5, Limited and 1794 models, adding all-terrain tires on 18-in wheels, trail-tuned Bilstein shocks, skid plates, tow hooks, LED headlights/fog lights, off-road mats, and special styling elements. The new-for-2021 Tundra
Trail Special Edition
($43,385) comes with 18-inch alloy wheels wearing Michelin all-terrain tires. A spray-in bed liner is also part of the deal, along with lockable bed storage. The driver’s-side storage is insulated, so it be used as a cooler. Exterior colors are Army Green, Cement, black, and white. The
Nightshade Special Edition
($44,985) has 20-inch alloy wheels with a black finish, black side mirror housings, badging, exhaust tip and doors handles. Plus a darkened chrome grille and black leather seating surfaces. Color choices are Midnight Black Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Super White (double cab) or Wind Chill Pearl (CrewMax). The Tundra
($50,370) has model-specific styling, BBS forged alloy wheels, Fox internal-bypass off-road shock absorbers, sunroof, and Army Green exterior paintwork. It loses the leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats and dual-zone climate control, all of which are mind-boggling omissions in a truck costing over $50,000. Available as a crew cab or with an extended cab version.
CrewMax ($50,490) receives extra chrome touches, LED running/accent lights, sunroof, upgraded leather upholstery, heated/ventilated front seats, driver’s-side memory settings, and a 12-speaker JBL sound system (optional in Limited CrewMax). A Safety & Convenience package consisting of front/rear parking sensors and blind spot monitoring with
rear cross-traffic alert
is standard in the Platinum model, but optional in the SR5 and Limited versions. The CrewMax-only
($50,490) is a Platinum model with Texas ranch-inspired interior and exterior trim accents. Some features offered as standard at upper trim levels are available in lower trims, often as part of an options package.