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SR: Available as Regular or Double Cab with a 5.7L or 4.6L V8 engine; includes cloth seats, 18-inch wheels, cruise control, six-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth® connectivity, iPod integration, and more.
SR5: Available as Double Cab or CrewMax with a 5.7L or 4.6L V8 engine; adds fog lights, seven-inch touchscreen, HD Radio™, rear under-seat storage (Double Cab only), and more.
Limited: Standard 5.7L V8 engine; adds leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats, standard tow package, power rear windows, 20-inch wheels, navigation, and more.
Platinum: Available only in CrewMax; adds color-keyed grille and bumpers, LED running lights, rear and front parking sensors, moonroof, heated and ventilated seats, urban-themed interior, and more.
1794 Edition: Adds unique badging, Western-themed interior, Ultrasuede® seat inserts, available blind-spot monitoring, and more.
TRD Pro: Adds standard four-wheel drive, Bilstein® shocks, front bucket seats, skid pan, TRD interior and exterior styling, and more.
The 2015 Toyota Tundra offers lots of options when it comes to cabin size and bed length. The Regular Cab fits three people, while the Double Cab and CrewMax both seat six. The 2015 Tundra comes standard with a 6.5-foot bed, but 5.5-foot or 8-foot beds are also available. Finding the cab and bed size that's right for you lets you optimize every inch of your Tundra experience.
If you want to stretch your legs, the 2015 Toyota Tundra delivers, whether you're seated in the front or the rear. All 2015 Tundras have 42.5 inches of legroom in the front, which is plenty for any adult. The CrewMax has that much room in the rear seat as well, while the Double Cab offers 34.7 inches of legroom in the rear. Whether you're driving your work crew around or fitting in bulky rear-facing car seats, the 2015 Tundra gives you and your passengers the space you need.
The 2015 Toyota Tundra won't be confined to the job site, especially if you opt for the off-road-ready TRD Pro trim, which debuted in the 2015 model year. The TRD Pro comes with standard four-wheel drive, upgraded shocks, a dual exhaust, and other features to help get you where you need to go, even after the pavement ends.
Want to keep it simple but still enjoy some tech features? The 2015 Toyota Tundra makes that easy. The base SR trim of the 2015 Tundra has lots of upscale features, including heated mirrors, a six-inch touchscreen with integrated backup camera, an easy lift and lower tailgate, and iPod connectivity. If you want a bit more luxury, opt for higher trim levels, which introduce leather seats and a moonroof.
All 2015 Toyota Tundras come with a V8 engine—either a 5.7L V8 or a 4.6L V8. No matter which one you choose, you'll have enough power and torque to get the job done. Both engines pair with a six-speed automatic transmission and available four-wheel drive.
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Rear Wheel Drive (2WD)
Max towing capacity
The Limited is a higher trim than the SR5. The 2015 Toyota Tundra Limited includes features such as heated and leather-trimmed seats, 20-inch wheels, chrome accents, and navigation. The Limited trim also comes standard with the 5.7L V8 engine and tow package.
The 2015 model is part of the Tundra's second generation, which began in 2007 and got a refresh in 2014. New for 2015, the TRD Pro trim was introduced. This trim comes with four-wheel drive, front bucket seats, and more.
The SR5 is the trim above the base SR trim. It has cloth seats, fog lights, available under-seat storage, and other features. The SR5 is the lowest trim available with a CrewMax cab. This is a good option if you're looking for a few extra features beyond what's included with the base model.
Yes, the Tundra is a half-ton truck, comparable to a Ford F-150, Ram 1500, or Silverado 1500. By older standards, a half ton truck was named after the payload capacity of the truck being a half-ton (1,000 pounds). Today, trucks tend to exceed this payload capacity, and the term "half-ton" is more often used for classification purposes.
Attitude Black Metallic (Limited trim and higher)
Barcelona Red Metallic (Limited trim and higher)
Black (SR and SR5 trims only)
Blue Ribbon Metallic
Magnetic Gray Metallic
Inferno (TRD Pro only)
Radiant Red (Not available on Platinum or 1794 Edition)
Silver Sky Metallic
Sunset Bronze Mica (Limited trim and higher)
Black/Red (TRD Pro only)
Brown (1794 Edition only)
The interior of the 2015 Toyota Tundra is roomy and comfortable. The Regular Cab Tundra, available on SR and SR5 trims, has seating for three and a fold-down center console. The larger cabs—Double Cab and CrewMax—have seating for six, except on the TRD Pro trim, which has bucket front seats and seating for five. Double Cab and CrewMax models have rear climate controls and cup holders to keep back seat passengers comfortable. The Tundra has some chrome accents beginning at the SR5 trim. Opt for the Limited trim for wood accents, or choose the Platinum or higher trims for luxuries like a moonroof and ventilated seats.
The 2015 Toyota Tundra can be car seat friendly, especially if you choose a CrewMax model. CrewMax and Double Cab models have two sets of LATCH anchors as well as rear car seat tethers. You'll likely be able to fit three car seats in the rear of the Tundra if needed. However, since the CrewMax has more legroom, it's better for rear-facing car seats. The Regular Cab Tundra does not have a rear seat.
All 2015 Toyota Tundras have a powerful V8 engine. The most common is a 5.7L V8 that produces 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. With this engine, the 2015 Tundra goes from zero to 60 in about seven seconds and has a top speed of 125 mph (according to the manufacturer, when new). With this engine and the towing package (standard on the Limited trim and higher), the 2015 Tundra can tow an estimated 10,500 lbs. when properly equipped.
The other engine option is a 4.6L V8 that produces 310 hp and 327 lb-ft of torque. This engine is available on the SR and SR5 trims. With this engine and the available towing package, the 2015 Toyota Tundra can tow an estimated 6,800 lbs. when properly equipped.
2007-2021 Toyota Tundra (Second Generation)
The second generation of the Tundra debuted in 2007 with more space and power than previous models. This model year had three engine options: the 4.0L V6 and 4.7L V8 from previous generations, and a new 5.7L V8. The CrewMax cab was introduced in this generation, giving the option for a more roomy interior.
The Tundra received a major refresh in 2014, introducing the 1794 Edition and available technology features like rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring. The V6 engine option was discontinued when the TRD Pro trim was introduced in 2015. In 2018 Toyota's suite of driver-assistance features became standard, and the two-door Regular Cab Tundra was discontinued. In 2020, smartphone connectivity became standard, with Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, and Amazon Alexa™ integration.
2022-Present Toyota Tundra (Third Generation)
The third generation of the Toyota Tundra has a standard 389-hp twin-turbo 3.5L V6 engine or an available 437-hp hybrid twin-turbo V6 engine. The third-generation Tundra comes standard with seating for five and many technology and driver-assistance features.
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