Truck shoppers interested in the highest trim levels on the 2018 Toyota Tundra are after more than just a truck bed to throw their gardening tools into. The top-tier Limited and Platinum trim levels provide just as comfortable a ride for passengers and drivers as popular sedan and crossover models and have plenty of convenient amenities that make each trip out the door less of a hassle.
Keep reading to learn more about the pricing and performance of the 2018 Toyota Tundra Limited and Platinum trim levels or head straight to the Serra Toyota Tundra inventory by clicking the link below.
|2018 Toyota Tundra Limited||vs||2018 Toyota Tundra Platinum|
|Yes||Standard Toyota Safety Sense||Yes|
|Yes||Standard TOW/HAUL Mode||Yes|
|10,100 pounds||Base Max Towing Capacity||9,400 pounds|
While standard and available features will likely also play a role in the decision between the 2018 Toyota Tundra Limited and Platinum trims, most pickup truck shoppers are buying into this segment for performance and capability. These trims vary slightly in the performance they have to offer.
The 2018 Toyota Tundra Limited trim has fewer added amenities than the 2018 Tundra Platinum which allows it to have a reduced gross vehicle weight and slightly higher performance specs. The Limited trim comes standard with a regular 6.5-foot truck bed and offers a max towing capacity of 10,100-pounds in 4x2 Double Cab configurations.
Truck shoppers interested in moving up to the Platinum trim will find added amenities like PLATINUM badging, Toyota Entune Premium, front and rear parking sensors, and blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert. Because of the weight of these added amenities, the Platinum trim comes equipped with a 5.5-foot short bed and a slightly reduced towing capacity of 9,400-pounds on 4x2 CrewMax models.
The 2018 Toyota Tundra lineup in both 2WD and 4WD configurations is available for test drive and sale now at the Serra Toyota dealership in Birmingham, Alabama.