Official: 2022 Toyota Tundra Pricing Is Here – Check Out All the Options!

The prices increase across the board.

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The wait is over – we finally have official 2022 Toyota Tundra pricing, including options. This truck is all-new. Toyota gave it a new frame, suspension, engine, transmission, interior, technology, as well as a higher payload and towing capacities.

The 2022 Toyota Tundra SR double cab 2WD will start at $35,950 before the $1,695 destination charges. When added in – the new truck’s starting MSRP is $37,645. This is a bit higher than the starting price of the outgoing 2021 Tundra, but it is difficult to compare these two because of the added standard technology in the new truck.

Here is how the rest of the starting prices break down.

Tundra SR DC 6.5ft-bed 2WD$35,950
Tundra SR5 CM 6.5ft-bed 2WD$40,755
Tundra SR5 CM 5.5ft-bed 2WD$42,805
Tundra Limited DC 6.5ft-bed 2WD$46,850
Tundra Limited CM 5.5ft-bed 2WD$48,900
Tundra Platinum CM 5.5ft-bed 2WD$56,990
Tundra 1794 CM 5.5ft-bed 2WD$57,690
DC = double cab, CM = crew max

Looking a bit further into the numbers shows that the Crew Max cab configuration costs approximately $2,000 versus a shorter Double Cab. Next, when you add 4×4 to the truck – it adds $3,000 to the price. If you want the new Crew Max with a longer 6.5-ft bed, this adds another approximately $1,300.

At this time, there is no 2022 Toyota Tundra online configurator. Toyota says the configurator will be available near the end of November or in early December – when the new Tundras should begin shipping to customers.

At this time we still do not know the price or the EPA fuel efficiency estimates for the Tundra Hybrid. The i-Force MAX powertrain is expected to go on sale in March-April 2022. This information will be available closer to launch.

Here are the pricing breakdowns for some of the popular 2022 Tundra options and packages.

While the new 2022 Tundra’s base price is not the most affordable in its class, it’s also not the most expensive. The base 2021 Nissan Titan King Cab 2WD starts at about $1,000 higher. Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, and Ram trucks start at lower prices (by about $2,000). However, these trucks all have lower-powered base engines and fewer standard features than the new Tundra.

The 2022 Tundra SR comes with a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 with 348 horsepower. The rest of the Tundra grades get the same engine, but with a higher 389 horsepower. While the luxurious Tundra 1794 edition 4×4 may have a starting price of over $61,000 – this is lower than a comparable Ford F-150 King Ranch 4×4 and luxury pickups from GM and Ram.

We will have to wait for the online configurator to get a better idea about how the new Tundra compares on price.