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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
Toyota offers a comprehensive assortment of more than three dozen dealer-installed items
Kelley Blue Book
CrewMax has a power rear cab window and is available with DVD entertainment
Major options include a navigation system, a backup camera
Thanks to Toyota’s three available trim levels, the 2009 Toyota Tundra is available with a wide variety of standard and optional features.
The 2009 Toyota Tundra’s list of standard features and MSRP vary widely among the Base, SR5, and Limited trims. Consumer Guide states that the Base trim of the 2009 Tundra features "air conditioning w/dual-zone manual climate controls, tilt steering wheel, cloth upholstery, front split bench seat, AM/FM/CD player, [and] digital media player connection." They go on to note that the Toyota Tundra SR5 offers standard "front bucket seats, 8-way power driver seat," and an "in-dash 6-disc CD changer." Edmunds finds that the Toyota Tundra in Limited trim brings "leather upholstery, front captain's chairs with 10-way power adjustment for the driver," a "10-speaker (12 in CrewMax) JBL sound system, Bluetooth and power-retractable, auto-dimming sideview mirrors."
Kelley Blue Book reports that "Toyota offers a comprehensive assortment of more than three dozen dealer-installed items." Some of the most noteworthy optional features on the Toyota Tundra include "a navigation system, a backup camera, driver seat memory, 20-inch wheels and, on the CrewMax only, a sunroof," according to Edmunds.
Consumer Guide reviewers find that the 2009 Tundra's "navigation system is easy enough to program," a rare trait among the navigation systems offered by many automakers.
The 2009 Toyota Tundra comes quite well equipped in standard form, with lots of luxury features to step up to.