Toyota Updates Pricing for 2017 Tundra

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Toyota recently released updated pricing for the 2017 Tundra pickup truck lineup that includes incremental increases for some trim packages. The Tundra still is powered by 4.6-liter or 5.7-liter V-8 engines and a six-speed automatic transmission.

Toyota offers the 2017 Tundra in four different trim levels for the regular cab, 26 for the popular double cab, and 20 for the largest cab configuration, the CrewMax.

The extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank option is still mostly available on upper trim levels (Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition and TRD Pro), and the truck's maximum gross combined weight rating is still one of the lowest in the segment at 16,000 pounds. Max towing remains at 10,500 pounds in the regular-cab 4x2 configuration.

Below is the full pricing list for the current-gen 2017 Toyota Tundra; prices do not include the $1,195 destination fee. 2018 pricing will come out shortly. 

SR Trim

  • SR 4x2 regular-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8 (flex-fuel vehicle): $30,500
  • SR 4x2 regular-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8: $30,500
  • SR 4x4 regular-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $33,550
  • SR 4x4 regular-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8: $33,550
  • SR 4x2 double-cab 4.6-liter V-8: $30,120
  • SR 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $31,390
  • SR 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $31,390
  • SR 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $31,720
  • SR 4x2 double-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8: $31,720
  • SR 4x4 double-cab 4.6-liter V-8: $33,170
  • SR 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $34,440
  • SR 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $34,440
  • SR 4x4 double-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $34,770
  • SR 4x4 double-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8: $34,770

SR5 Trim

  • SR5 4x2 double-cab 4.6-liter V-8: $31,930
  • SR5 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $33,200
  • SR5 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $33,530
  • SR5 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $33,200
  • SR5 4x2 double-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8: $33,530
  • SR5 4x4 double-cab 4.6-liter V-8: $34,880
  • SR5 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $36,250
  • SR5 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $36,250
  • SR5 4x4 double-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8: $36,580
  • SR5 4x4 double-cab long-bed 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $36,580
  • SR5 4x2 CrewMax 4.6-liter V-8: $34,250
  • SR5 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $35,520
  • SR5 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $35,520
  • SR5 4x4 CrewMax 4.6-liter V-8: $37,300
  • SR5 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $38,570
  • SR5 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $38,570

Limited Trim

  • Limited 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $39,380
  • Limited 4x2 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $39,380
  • Limited 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $42,430
  • Limited 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $42,430
  • Limited 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $41,245
  • Limited 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $41,245
  • Limited 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $44,295
  • Limited 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $44,295

Platinum Trim

  • Platinum 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $47,080
  • Platinum 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $47,080
  • Platinum 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $50,130
  • Platinum 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $50,130

1794 Trim

  • 1794 Edition 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $47,080
  • 1794 Edition 4x2 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $47,080
  • 1794 Edition 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $50,130
  • 1794 Edition 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $50,130

TRD Pro Trim

  • TRD Pro 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $43,495
  • TRD Pro 4x4 double-cab 5.7-liter V-8: $43,495
  • TRD Pro 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8 (FFV): $46,110
  • TRD Pro 4x4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V-8: $46,110

Editor's note: This post was updated June 13, 2017, to correct the model year for the price increases.

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Comments

I like funny how PUTC nick picks at the tundras to try to discredit it. Like 38 gallon tank only on higher trims, lowest GVWR, same towing max... It's hilarious..

Unacceptable that Toyota does not have an 8 speed automatic.

"The extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank option is still only available on upper trim levels (Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition and TRD Pro)"

Wrong, you can get the 38-gallon fuel tank with the Upgrade package on the SR5 Tundra.

On thing to note, a good friend of mine, recently bought a tundra after too many issues with the Sierra and the 5.3 problems, I have never really looked at Toyota trucks, but his is very nice! Price seems in line depending on trim.

How bout pricing on the 2018 TRD Sport Tundra?

I love the Tundras.. but we are seeing a price increase and STILL no 6.5ft bed on the crew max! Even Nissan has it as an option!


George_C - - -

You: "Unacceptable that Toyota does not have an 8 speed automatic."

Me: "Unacceptable that Toyota (i.e., Tundra) does not have a 6 speed manual."

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uh huh

How PUTC is discrediting Tundra?

Isn't the manufacturer who is denying some of its customers 'The extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank'

The manufacturer will give you 'The extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank' only after you hand them your wallet!

uh huh

How PUTC is discrediting Tundra?

Isn't the manufacturer who is denying some of its customers 'The extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank'

The manufacturer will give you 'The extra-large 38-gallon fuel tank' only after you hand them your wallet!

Pickuptrucks.com = CNN fake news

Improvements to the Tundra are sadly budget constrained. As long as TMMTX in San Antonio is running at capacity without major discounting, there will be little or no advances.
@David Robertson- well, no. Its an option.
@Taylor- disappointing, for sure. I bet the frame would end up with too much "beaming" (frame flex in the long axis of the frame. very annoying) if the heavy crew max cab was put on a longer wheelbase. Their frame is designed to have more flex than the fully boxed competition, but that carries some limitations and liabilities. They'll need most of a new frame to deal with it, so that's not happening before a complete redesign.
@George_C- totally agree. They have an inhouse/Aisin 8 speed in the Landcruiser with the 5.7 V8. That's a North America/ Middle east model only, and moves maybe 10-12 thousand units a year. I can't believe they did all that engineering work for just that model. Maybe its a bottleneck to retool the trans line without disrupting current production.
@NMGOM- everyone used to sell manuals. take rate was around 1%. It isn't enough to justify the investment for a value option.

More gears, more problems, why are you guys now demanding more gears?

What happened to the truck market? Instead of toughness, you gurls seek fuel economy and more gears? What gurls you are!

So a fully loaded Tundra is ~$4,000-15,000 cheaper than the big 3 top trim trucks.

Last time I checked a equipped XLT F-150 and LT Z71 Silverado was pushing $50,000 and that's for a cloth seat, mid-grade truck...

My 2015 has not let me down in any way, and I have never even considered tundra as an option in full size trucks. But after research on the points that mattered to me, It had to be a Tundra, and not am I glad it was. I get nothing but compliments on it, and every week I love it more !

I've had Toyota trucks since '79. I just traded my '14 Tundra in for a Silverado. Heartbreaking but they haven't improved the fuel mileage on the 5.7. After looking at my gas bills, I realize my truck had a drinking problem and I was an enabler. The T-100, now there was a great truck!

@Matt Lionetti - the reason the T100 was so great is because it was little more than a wide-body Hilux. Everything was made to be serviceable- in a field.

Beautiful Truck! Going to over take Ford this year, I know it!

My 6 speed, 'old-hat', 5.7 Tundra 4x4 gets 17-21 mpg on the road and 14-16 city. You gals with the 8+ speeds do NOT get any better, most not as good, so what are you girlies complaining about...and I don't have problems your 8+ speeds are having.
And I do NOT baby it to get this mileage + I use a calculator to figure my mileage, NOT the factory lying computer figures. Most of you BIG 3 girls only use the 'in house' computer figures which are usually off in favor of mileage by 2-5 mpg. Just check this out for yourselves.

GO TUNDRA!!!

OxiMoron...

If more gears = more problems, why aren't you driving something with only 2 or 3 "gears"... hmm???



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