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2017 Toyota Tundra for sale in Jefferson City

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2017 Toyota Tundra

There are very few full-size pickup trucks that can also perform exceptionally well off-road. The 2017 Toyota Tundra, available for sale in Jefferson City at Riley Toyota, is one such vehicle.

The Tundra manages to attract a large number of loyal customers under its umbrella due to its robust powertrain, full-sized pickup body, and responsive controls. Upon its introduction, it managed to create a serious stir in the pickup sector where in the past only a few well-established manufacturers operated.

The 2017 Tundra leads in the full-size truck sector due to its excellent durability paired with off-road performance that’s almost too good to be true for a full-size truck. It is available in 1794 Edition, Platinum, SR, SR5, TRD Pro, and Limited trims. Each trim level provides further different options for cab size, bed length, 4-wheel drive or rear drive, and engines.

There are a lot of aspects that make the 2017 Tundra a great truck worthy of a test drive in Missouri. It is a beefed up full-size truck that can easily tow 10,500 lbs. or carry a ton of cargo. Buyers also get to choose between two different variants of the V8 engine. The Tundra has a diverse line-up to serve the varied needs and demands of customers. Whether you are looking for a plain work truck or a luxurious ride, chances are that the Tundra will not disappoint you.

The 2017 Tundra largely remains unchanged from the 2016 model except for a few tweaks and upgrades to the standard equipment.

Trim Levels and Options

The Tundra is available in 3 different cab sizes. You can choose from Regular, Double, Crew, and Extended cab styles. The Tundra has also introduced some varieties in the wheelbase and bed lengths. You can choose between a 6.5-feet standard bed, 8.1-feet long bed, and 5.5-feet short bed. The regular cab has the capacity for three people while extended and crew-cab versions can accommodate 5 or 6 based on the selection of front bucket seats or a bench seat.

The SR (Extended and Regular cabs available) includes steel wheels measuring 18 inches, power mirrors with heating feature, damped tailgate, keyless access, windshield wiper de-icer, cloth upholstery, air-conditioning, a bench seat with a 40/20/40 split, rear view camera, full-power accessories, trailer brake control, steering wheel with tilt feature, Bluetooth connectivity, 6-speaker sound system, touchscreen interface measuring 6.1-inches, USB port, audio jack, and a CD player. The Work Truck package in the SR trim replaces the cloth upholstery with vinyl surfaces. Power windows and locks are not available in the Work Truck package.

The Tundra’s SR5 trim (Extended and Crew Cab body only) is packed with features such as fog lights, exterior chrome accent, rear seat with a folding split of 60/40, intermittent wipers, satellite radio, 7-inch touchscreen, a navigation system, and traffic info guide. In the Crew Cab body style, the Tundra gets power rear windows along with an overhead console.

The SR5 Update package provides the additional feature of front bucket seats with power height and lumbar adjustment feature, steering wheel with telescoping and tilting feature, auto adjusting rear view mirrors, and a 5.7-litre V8 engine. Choosing the Convenience package would provide you with rear and front parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, cross traffic alerts, and alloy wheels measuring 18 inches.

The TRD Pro trim comes equipped with all the upgrade package features of the SR5 plus other additional features such as alloy wheels measuring 18 inches, off-road tires, movable bed cleats, improved off-road suspension and shock absorbers, leather upholstery, 4-way power passenger seat in the front, 7-inch touchscreen, additional speakers, and a navigation system.

The Limited trim (Crew Cab and Extended body only) includes standard and SR5 upgrade packages along with alloy wheels measuring 20 inches, auto headlights, auto climate control, movable cleats, 8-way power driver seat, 4-way power passenger seat, horizontal slide rear window in the extended cab, 7 speakers in the extended cab, 9 speakers in the crew cab, and a navigation system.

The Limited Premium package provides buyers with additional safety and convenience options and some improved interior elements. The option of a sunroof is also available for crew cab models.

The Tundra’s highest trim level is the Platinum where you get all the safety and convenience features as standard with additional features such as 20-inch wheels, folding and auto-dimming mirrors, a sunroof, ventilated front power seat, and a 12-speaker audio system.

The 1794 Edition is identical to the Platinum in terms of features. The only unique feature in the 1794 is its exclusive interior and exterior.

An additional TRD package can be chosen for the SR5, 1794, and Limited trims. In this additional package, users get 18-inch wheels, trail-tweaked shock absorbers, tow hooks, skid plates, and off-road tires. Heated mirrors and running boards are other stand-alone options that can be chosen on all trim levels.


The 2017 Tundra is available with two different V8 engines. In the standard version, the Tundra is equipped with a 6-speed auto transmission with a 2WD. A 4-wheel drive option with a dual-speed transfer case can be opted for as well.

All SR5 models and SR extended-cab body models have a 4.6-liter V8 engine that can deliver 310 HP and with 327 lb-ft of torque. EPA fuel ratings stand at 16 MPG on average on all four-wheel-drive versions. The Tundra, when properly equipped, can draw 6,800 lbs. with the help of its 4.6-litre engine.

A 5.7-liter V8 variant is shipped as standard on the TRD Pro, 1794, Platinum, and Limited. It can produce 381 HP and 401 lb-ft of torque. The 5.7-liter engine can also be equipped on the SR5 if desired. This V8 was able to score a 15 MPG average rating with a 2WD. All trims of the Tundra equipped with this V8 also get a standard tow package by default. It is able to handle an impressive 10,500 lbs. when towing.


The 2017 Tundra has a very refined interior that is packed with convenient technology. Even the basic models are equipped with an Entune touchscreen infotainment system. Higher trim levels have a more advanced infotainment system with a larger screen.

The front seats are extremely comfortable. The back seats are more spacious in the case of Double Cab body styles. The CrewMax body style provides further room in the rear making it one of the most comfortable trim models for passengers. The Tundra is packed with smart storage spaces that can be used to store tools, electronics, and other valuables.

Consider coming down to the showroom to see the 2017 Toyota Tundra for sale in Jefferson City, near Lebanon and Columbia.

Comfort and Utility

The Tundra has a very wide base. It is offered in three cab lengths, namely the CrewMax, Extended/Double Cab, and the Regular Cab. All CrewMax models boast a 5.5-foot long bed. The long-bed option is not available in the CrewMax body style. Double cabs provide you with an option of choosing between 6-foot, and 8-foot beds. Regular cabs feature an 8-foot bed.

If you are seeking a plain working truck then the regular cab version is perfect for you. It has the capability to seat 3 passengers. A bench seat or captain’s chairs are viable options that can be included on the regular cab version.

With the Double Cab model you will not be getting a lot of room in the second row, but if you are looking for a versatile vehicle for a family then it will serve you perfectly. The extra space in the back can also be used as a safe area for cargo when not being utilized by passengers.

The CrewMax body style has 4 doors and is capable of seating 5 passengers easily. The back seats can be slid back and fore to gain additional room for passengers or cargo. The front passenger seat comes with a center console that can be used to store files, folders, electronic items or even a laptop. Certain models also feature additional storage space under the seats.

The quality glass protects you against all kinds of unwanted external sounds, creating a comfortable bubble within which you can relax.


The Tundra is equipped with a host of safety equipment that will keep your protected as you get behind its wheel. The standard safety features include traction control, stability control, antilock brakes, sway control for trailers, and side, front, and knee airbags. A high-quality rearview camera is also equipped on all trims and models.

The SR5 and Limited trims come with the additional safety feature options of cross-traffic alerts, parking alerts, and a blind spot monitoring system. These additional safety features are shipped as standard on Platinum and 1794 edition trims.

Government testing earned the 2017 Toyota Tundra 4 out of 5 stars for crash protection. It managed to score a commendable 4 stars on front impact tests, and 5 stars for side impacts. The IIHS awarded the Tundra a “Good” rating for moderate frontal impacts.