The seven trim levels of the 2022 Toyota Tundra are as follows: the SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition, TRD Pro, and Capstone. Below, you can learn about all seven options. You can find Toyota Tundra trucks here at Toyota Palo Alto in Palo Alto, CA.
The two bottom trim levels are the SR and the SR5. You can remember that the SR is the lowest trim level because it also has the shortest name. Both of them have 18-inch wheels, though the SR has steel wheels and the SR5 has alloy wheels. The SR5 adds on a few performance features such as a tow hitch receiver, an Integrated Trailer Brake Controller, selectable drive modes, and Tow/Haul mode. With these features, the SR5 makes a good truck for towing, and we recommend this upgrade at a minimum if you like to tow often.
The Limited and Platinum are mid-tier trim levels on the 2022 Toyota Tundra, but on other vehicles, you may find that these are the highest trim levels available. Whatever the case, these are undeniably premium models. Both of them have 20-inch wheels, though only the platinum has dark-gray-painted wheels. Both of them add comfort and convenience features. These include a 14-inch touchscreen and 8-way power-adjustable front seats for the Limited and a panoramic roof with sunshade and 10-way power-adjustable front seats for the Platinum.
The top three trim levels are what we would call the unique trim levels. The 1794 Edition has chrome exterior accents and a beautiful Rich Cream or Saddle Brown interior with American walnut wood-grain trim. The highest-priced option, the Capstone, has a similarly unique interior: a two-tone white-and-black cabin with American walnut wood-grain trim. As such, these are probably the most stylish models, and they have plenty of other high-end features. The TRD Pro falls between them in price, starting at $67,505, but its features are very different. Black exterior accents and performance features are what define the TRD Pro.