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This is one awesome truck! The 2018 Toyota Tundra Sport package has all the right stuff! Great job Toyota!

The TRD Sport package is available on the SR5 model and includes the color-keyed exterior hood scoop, front and rear bumpers, grill surround, and side mirror caps. Also including are 20" luxury alloy wheels (previously seen on the Platinum and 1794 grades), rear bedside decals, and front and rear Bilstein shocks and anti-sway bars. The interior upgrades to TRD Sport carpet mats and a TRD shift knob. This package is available on all colors and requires the SR5 upgrade package.

This specific truck is also equipped with an Entune Premium receiver with App Suite and the TRD Sport Convenience package that includes the front and rear sonar and blind spot monitors with rear cross traffic indicator.

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Comments

    • kim hang
      kim hang

      I like car

      about 8 days ago
    • Jonathan Sewell
      Jonathan Sewell In reply to kim hang

      kim hang Yes it’s very nice!

      about 8 days ago
    • dc53
      dc53

      Can anyone tell me if toyota has addressed the "cam tower oil leak problem " that has shown up on the 5.7 engines ? If you own a toyota with a 5.7 v8 you might want to check for it periodically especially if it is still in the warranty period. This is a very expensive repair if it has to be done outside of the warranty...... You can learn more about it by going to this link...https://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tundra-problems-maintenance-repair-dealer-warranty-issues/735050-official-cam-tower-leak-thread.html It would be great if someone from toyota would comment on this.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jonathan Sewell
      Jonathan Sewell In reply to dc53

      We have had several 2017s with those repairs. I have not seen it in any 2018 models as of now.

      about 11 months ago
    • Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu
      Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu

      about 1 year ago
    • Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu
      Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu In reply to Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu

      lku

      about 1 year ago
    • Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu
      Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu In reply to Konស៊ៀងហៃ Khmetfu

      ៨៩Gu៥៤Interactive,

      about 1 year ago
    • BuildFunction
      BuildFunction

      its not all new though just a name

      about 1 year ago
    • Jonathan Sewell
      Jonathan Sewell In reply to BuildFunction

      I agree the truck is very similar other than the changes for Toyota Safety Sense, and the new equipment offered with this package.

      about 1 year ago
    • Placeitinmybox1
      Placeitinmybox1

      For a little more money, you could get a Limited. The TRD Sport is a over priced appearance package. Most folks don't drive in a manner for those sway bars to matter.

      about 1 year ago
    • mpg0211
      mpg0211 In reply to Placeitinmybox1

      Nate Hawkins yupp next worry is either a get a 2019 crewmax now then n 2021 a whole new redesign comes out thats better mpg and a badass body lol.

      about 1 year ago
    • Neo Craft
      Neo Craft In reply to Placeitinmybox1

      mpg0211 If they've been good for you I'd stick with Toyota and call it a day lol the new tech is not very reliable in Fords. Sync 3 is a nightmare on F150 and Edge especially. And you will not enjoy the auto engine stop/start I bet. It's a nuisance at best and that's only because you can temporarily disable it. I've got the 3.5 and Over my 4900 mostly highway miles I've averaged around 16.2 real world hand calculation mpg. Dash Meter says 1.3 mpg higher than the actual consumption at all times

      about 1 year ago
    • mpg0211
      mpg0211 In reply to Placeitinmybox1

      I been considering f150 xlt now cus of all the additional extras u get compared to outdated tundra tech and engine wise. But thats my fear to move to ford and get buyers remorse on the 1st issue tht comes up and it has to go to dealer for work.

      I bought a 2007 tacoma new. Had it for 7 years no problems got a 14 tundra new and 4 years now no problems. Im kinda stuck on the toyota brand.

      about 1 year ago
    • Neo Craft
      Neo Craft In reply to Placeitinmybox1

      Once my 2018 F150 screw fx4 3.5 goes back to ford as a lemon (now at 22 days in the dealer for numerous "rare" warranty repairs, odometer is at 4,800 now) I am going to go with the TRD Limited crewmax ...best of both worlds

      about 1 year ago
    • mpg0211
      mpg0211 In reply to Placeitinmybox1

      Was kinda thinking the same thing. I prob dont need the trd stuff but like the chrome delete. Dont want a sr5 with chrome but def dont want a limited either so this is kinda in the middle for me idk.

      about 1 year ago
    • NUNER1
      NUNER1

      No leather seats & no remote start & not all the lights on exterior are led :(

      about 1 year ago