The Toyota Tundra is a favorite of Ardmore drivers for its abilities to travel on- and off-road as well as tow a large trailer or haul heavy cargo. To make your Tundra even more powerful or comfortable, Toyota offers several packages, including the TRD Off-Road Package, which is ideal for drivers who like to explore the rough terrain in Oklahoma.
Instead of the standard wheels, any Tundra equipped with the TRD Off-Road package has 18-inch wheels for off-roading, made from alloy. You also get Bilstein shock absorbers to minimize bumps when traveling plus two skid plates for protection: one on the fuel tank and one on the engine. The rear-side privacy glass prevents people from peering inside, while the front tow hooks included on 4×2 models help with towing. The package also includes a stylish decal so everyone knows that your Tundra excels off-road.
Even if you decide not to get the TRD Off-Road Package, any Toyota Tundra is made for driving on all terrain. The front brakes lead the class, so you don’t have to worry about stopping, and active traction control ensures that you can count on maximum traction without a drop in throttle input on all terrain. Throw in the Auto Limited-Slip Differential, and your Tundra is ready for any terrain.
If you want to configure a Tundra with this off-road package, keep in mind that it is only available on the SR5 and Limited trims.