The Toyota Tundra: What's The Difference Between The TRD Pro and The SR5?

The Toyota Tundra stands as a uniquely brawny, capable and versatile full-size pickup truck. Continually remaining atop pickup truck shoppers' lists, the Toyota Tundra's versatile trim levels and numerous available configurations may leave some drivers confused. Two sought-after trim levels in particular, the SR5 and TRD Pro, are often considered by drivers seeking impressive capability and versatility from their next Tundra. To learn more about the differences between these two options, continue reading below!

The SR5 Trim Level

The SR5 trim stands below the TRD Pro in the Tundra lineup - however, despite its lack of off-road equipment, the SR5 provides drivers with a variety of additional configuration options and a lower starting price, alongside various other upsides. Inside, the SR5 is capable of seating up to six passengers, while the TRD Pro can only seat five. Additionally, the SR5 offers twelve different engine, cab and bed configurations, including 5.5-foot, 6.5-foot and 8.1-foot beds, a double or CrewMax cab, and either a 4.6-liter or 5.7-liter V8 engine in either two-wheel or four-wheel drive configuration. With fabric-trimmed seats and an Entune™ Audio Plus system, the SR5 offers formidable interior accommodations and a variety of configuration options ideal for drivers not seeking the utmost in off-road capability.

The TRD Pro Trim Level

The TRD Pro stands atop the Tundra lineup as uniquely equipped for off-road excursions. Only available in a CrewMax cab with a 5.5-foot bed, and featuring a 5.7-liter V8 engine and four-wheel drive configuration, the TRD Pro offers the utmost in performance from the Tundra lineup. Seating five passengers and offering leather-upholstered seating, the TRD Pro features exclusive interior accommodations, albeit at a higher price. Featuring an Entune™ Premium Audio system with more features than the SR5's Entune™ system, and coming standard with a large extended 38-gallon fuel tank for increased range alongside numerous additional off-road features like Active Traction Control and an Automatic Limited-Slip Differential, the TRD Pro stands as the preferred model for adventurous drivers.

Discover The Toyota Tundra at Valley Hi Toyota

When shopping for a new Toyota Tundra, stop by Valley Hi Toyota to learn more about the differences between the SR5 and TRD Pro trim levels! Assisting aspiring owners in finding the right truck to suit their needs and budgets, Valley Hi Toyota's team of Toyota sales experts provide the exemplary service our clients deserve. Stop by our dealership to learn more about the Toyota Tundra today! Especially if you're looking to go on vacation for Memorial Day in your new Toyota. 

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