2019 Toyota Tundra Expert Reviews, Specs and Photos


The core of the TRD Pro model, as before, is the high-performance Fox shocks that offer 11 bypass zones for the front shocks and 12 bypass zones for the rear, with the addition of a small remote reservoir for the latter to help with cooling. The taller coil springs in front give the truck a more level look, while the rear springs are simply retuned (softer) to allow for almost 2 more inches of wheel travel. Some of the more unique features exclusive on the 2019 Tundra TRD Pro include new 18-inch BBS alloy wheels that save almost 14 pounds of weight, a newly designed 1/4-inch-thick front skid plate with a restyled TRD logo stamped on the aluminum, LED headlights with black accents and a pair of Rigid Industries foglights at the outer edges of the front bumper.