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2022 Toyota Tundra Pricing (Mostly) Revealed, Starts at $37,645

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It only took the equivalent of the Morean War to be redesigned, but the 2022 Toyota Tundra full-size pickup truck was worth the 15-model-year wait for its improvements. Now we know what those improvements are worth — both in price and in fuel economy. Though the new Tundra starts at $37,645 (all prices include destination), up nearly $2,000 from the 2021 model, a 5 mpg overall gain from the new base engine is equally significant.

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Fuel Economy

The 2022 Tundra’s standard twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6, dubbed i-Force, makes 389 horsepower and 479 pounds-feet of torque — more power and torque than the outgoing 5.7-liter V-8. (If you get it in a trim other than the base SR, that is, where it makes 348 hp and 405 pounds-feet, still 4 more pounds-feet than the old V-8). No matter the choice, however, the resulting EPA-estimated fuel economy for the gas-only V-6 is a significant 5 mpg combined more for each driveline than the 2021 Tundra. Rear-wheel-drive models do 18/24/20 mpg in base SR guise and 18/23/20 mpg in SR5, Limited, Platinum and 1794 Edition variants. Outfitted with four-wheel drive, the Tundra gets 17/23/19 mpg in the SR trims and 17/22/19 mpg in Limited, Platinum and 1794 Edition versions.

Pricing

The 2022 Tundra comes in six trim levels. Depending on trim, buyers will be able to choose from extended- and crew cab styles, three bed lengths, two powertrains and much more. Below is how much most of them will cost when they arrive at dealers in December in ascending order by price:

SR

4×2 SR Double Cab with 6.5-foot bed: $37,645
4×2 SR Double Cab with 8.1-foot bed: $37,975
4×2 SR CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $39,695
4×4 SR Double Cab with 6.5-foot bed: $40,645
4×4 SR Double Cab with 8.1-foot bed: $40,975
4×4 SR CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $42,695

SR5

4×2 SR5 Double Cab with 6.5-foot bed: $42,450
4×2 SR5 Double Cab with 8.1-foot bed: $43,760
4×2 SR5 CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $44,500
4×4 SR5 Double Cab with 6.5-foot bed: $45,450
4×2 SR5 CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $45,810
4×4 SR5 Double Cab with 8.1-foot bed: $46,760
4×4 SR5 CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $47,500
4×4 SR5 CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $48,810

Limited

4×2 Limited Double Cab with 6.5-foot bed: $48,545
4×2 Limited CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $50,595
4×2 Limited CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $50,925
4×4 Limited Double Cab with 6.5-foot bed: $51,545
4×4 Limited CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $53,595
4×4 Limited CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $53,925

Platinum

4×2 Platinum CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $58,685
4×2 Platinum CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $59,015
4×4 Platinum CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $61,685
4×4 Platinum CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $62,015

1794 Edition

4×2 1794 Edition CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $59,385
4×2 1794 Edition CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $59,715
4×4 1794 Edition CrewMax with 5.5-foot bed: $62,385
4×4 1794 Edition CrewMax with 6.5-foot bed: $62,715

What’s Missing?

Conspicuously absent from today’s pricing and fuel economy announcement is the Tundra’s i-Force Max hybrid powertrain — which means there’s still no word on the off-road TRD Pro that will be hybrid-only, either. (It’ll also be available on the Limited, Platinum and 1794 Edition.) Toyota says hybrid pricing and fuel economy ratings will be forthcoming closer to their on-sale dates in the spring.

We’re also still waiting on full pricing for most of the 2022 Tundra’s main competitors, including the model-year 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Ford F-150, GMC Sierra 1500 and Nissan Titan. Ram has announced pricing for the 2022 1500, which slightly undercuts the Tundra to start at $35,770. Keep an eye out here for more on both the remainder of the Tundra lineup and the Tundra’s rivals as we turn over the new year.

Editor’s note: This story was updated Nov. 10, 2021, to clarify the previous generation’s timespan.

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