Buying a pre-owned full-size truck shouldn’t be as scary as some people make it sound. Chances are, most pre-owned pickup trucks of any size should only be a few years old. When it comes to the Toyota Tundra, you will probably only find models from the second generation of the pickup. The second generation of the Tundra began almost fifteen years ago in 2007, and Toyota has shown no clear signs of redesigning it yet.
The second generation of Toyota Tundra models did undergo a few facelifts, including one back in 2014 that made the already large grille bigger and more pronounced. The grille is made up of horizontal lines and fills in all the space between the edge of the hood and the front bumper. The chrome bumper may look out of date, but it’s part of the look of the Tundra, at least until the next redesign comes along. The following chart uses the 2019 Toyota Tacoma as an example of the kind of available features and specifications you can expect to find on the Toyota Tundra.
The Toyota Tundra is not designed to look like a cutting-edge pickup like some, but it is meant to deliver modern technology and performance where it is needed. Most pre-owned models should stay running for many years in the future, but make sure to pay close attention to the sound of the engine and transmission when you take one out for a test drive so you can avoid costly repairs in the near future. You won't have to worry when it comes to the Tundra inventory at Automax, but be sure to pay attention if you test drive at another dealership.
Other Available Features of Pre-Owned Toyota Tundra Models