Toyota Tundra tires

Along with Ford F-150 and Dodge RAM, the Toyota Tundra shows approximately the same performance in terms of towing capacity and comfort. Compared to its rivals, the new Toyota Tundra is more expensive, but for a true reason. By buying the Tundra, you actually receive advanced safety features, plenty of standard infotainment tech, and a higher level of comfort. The 2020 Tundra standardly comes with a powerful V8 engine, able to generate enough power to tow very heavy loads. The new 2023 Toyota Tundra comes with a twin-turbocharged V6. The base version of the engine comes with either 348 or 379 hp, depending on the model, while the more powerful version develops 437 hp.

Most recommended tires for Toyota Tundra  

The powerful engine works hand in hand with the trustworthy gearbox, especially when it's paired with the Continental CrossContact LX20. This model is considered one of the best fits for the powerful V8 engine. Due to the last technologies used in the production of this tire, the road noise and ride quality have been massively improved. Inside the tire, there are twin steel belts that increase its strength and durability. Also, Continental CrossContact LX20 offers a 70,000-mile tread guarantee. 

Toyota Tundra also shows good performance when paired with the premium Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus. The safety of passengers and loads is top priority for the driver, and Bridgestone Dueler H/L is fully capable to ensure it to the maximum. Due to the wide circumferential grooves, the tire received strong all-season traction. In the construction of Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus, engineers use the symmetric tread pattern to reduce noise levels and increase comfort levels. The HL Alenza Plus comes with an 80,000-mile tread warranty and a range of sizes between 15 and 20-inch rim diameter. 

The Kumho Road Venture AT51 aims to deliver the best traction, especially in snow, and also to ensure a comfortable ride and a longer tread life. This model is mainly designed for light-duty pickups, crossovers, and SUVs. Compared to the older AT KL78 all-terrain model, the new AT51 shows the best performance off-road and on country roads. Due to the dual silica tread compound, the tire resists deformations, cuts and punctures. The AT51 model comes in LT and non-LT available in 15 to 20-inch rim diameter sizes with a 55,000-mile tread warranty.


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