2022 Toyota Tundra gets more expensive and more miles per gallon


Toyota has released pricing information for the new 2022 Tundra. Unveiled earlier in 2021, the third-generation truck ditches the V8 in favor of an available hybrid powertrain and gains a redesigned rear suspension system but it doesn't cost significantly more than its predecessor.

Buyers will have a dizzying selection of trim levels, drivetrains, and cab configurations to choose from, which is par for the course. The cheapest member of the line-up is the rear-wheel-drive SR version equipped with a Double Cab, a 6.5-foot cargo box, and a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6. It starts at $37,655 once a mandatory $1,695 destination charge enters the equation. For context, the entry-level 2021 cost $37,410 including the same destination charge and with the same cab and cargo box configuration. That's a small difference for a new truck.

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