2017 Toyota Tundra in Trinidad, Colorado
With Toyota’s 80-year history of building trucks, we know what we’re doing, and we have brought that heritage to the 2017 Toyota Tundra. The durability hasn’t changed – over 90% of Tundras sold since 2001 are still on the road, and we’re proud to have the KBB award for Best Resale Value: Full-Size Pickup Truck.
The Tundra’s interior is comfortable and spacious, featuring a standard backup camera and Display Audio. Your customizable 3.5-inch multi-information display supplies all the information you need – odometer, tripmeter, instant/average fuel economy, distance to empty, average speed, trip timer, and an integrated trailer brake controller. The fold-up rear seats make it a lot easier to move whatever you’re hauling, whether it’s people, gear, or muddy dogs, and the CrewMax models have a standard power vertical sliding rear window and available moonroof.
You can also equip your Tundra with dual zone automatic climate control with individual temperature settings for the driver and front passenger. Now both driver and passenger can make themselves even more comfortable.
The 2017 Toyota Tundra offers your choice of three bed lengths. With a 5.5-foot short bed with the CrewMax, a 6.5-foot standard bed with the Double Cab, and an 8.2 -foot long bed with the Regular Cab and Double Cab, you can find the bed length that works and hauls for you.
Don’t overlook the tailgate. It opens and closes with two fingers, and is easily removed. Plus it features the Tundra stamp on the lower right corner, so everyone knows you are driving a legend.
Towing and Hauling
Hauling a trailer safely requires being able to stop it, even when you are towing a heavy load. To make you safer, Tundra has the largest-in-class front brakes equipped with 4-piston brake calipers.
Forget fussing with awkward trailer hitches. Tundra's integrated 4/7-pin connector is built into the rear bumper and is ready for any compatible trailer. It couldn’t be simpler – all you have to do is hitch up, plug in, and haul out.
Another handy hauling feature is the Integrated Trailer Brake Controller, which comes standard on all 2017 Toyota Tundras with the 5.7L V8. Once connected with a compatible trailer, the system will permit you to adjust the amount of trailer braking based on the trailer’s weight.
Tundra also comes standard with the Trailer-Sway Control, designed to make you safer by detecting trailer sway and applying brake pressure to individual wheels as needed, and also by controlling engine torque to stabilize the trailer. It’s another way Toyota helps you haul safely and efficiently.
As the first full-size pickup to offer Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Tundra provides as much information as possible to our valued drivers.
Tundra also comes standard with the Star Safety System™, a suite of six advanced safety features that includes Vehicle Stability Control, 12 Traction Control, Anti-lock Brake System, Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Brake Assist 33 and Smart Stop Technology®.
Don’t forget the airbags, we didn’t. Tundra comes equipped with driver and front outboard passenger airbags, side curtain, and front seat-mounted side airbags. Tundra is unique in providing driver/front outboard passenger knee airbags too.
2017 Toyota Tundra also has LATCH, also known as Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children. It’s a way to securely attach a child safety seat, keeping your smallest passengers where they can be best protected. You can choose either the lower anchors on the outboard rear seats, or the tether anchor on the rear center seat.
Toyota is devoted to safety and dependability, and proper vehicle maintenance is important to both. That's why a no-cost maintenance plan is included with the purchase or lease of every new Tundra for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. 24-hour roadside assistance is also included for 2 years and unlimited miles.
Satisfy your curiosity about the tough-yet-safe features of the 2017 Toyota Tundra by stopping by for a test drive at our dealership in Trinidad, Colorado today. Come see what the fuss is about. The trucks are waiting.