The 2019 Toyota TRD Pro Series is coming out in the fall of 2018, and it’s going to prove why Toyota is the dominant force in off-road vehicles. The lineup will include the Tundra TRD Pro, 4Runner TRD Pro, and Tacoma TRD Pro. They’ll all come with new shocks and a variety of convenient upgrades for anyone who is serious about off-road driving. The TRD Pro Series vehicles are perfect for cruising the streets of Boerne and off-roading all around Texas.
The suspension is important on off-road vehicles because it determines where they can go and how smooth the ride is once they get there. Not that anyone is necessarily looking for a smooth ride, but it helps make things easier for the vehicle. It’s easier to control and handle a vehicle when the suspension works well and it isn’t bouncing around. It also makes it less likely for things to go wrong when driving on rough terrain. The new TRD Pro models will come with 2.5-inch Fox shocks that can handle all types of terrain.
The air intake is important with off-roading. It’s easy for dirt, dust, mud, and water to get into the air intake and cause all kinds of problems. The new TRD Pro models won’t have to worry about any of that. The available TRD Desert Air Intake on the Tacoma’s 278-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine is moved so it isn’t exposed to so much dust and dirt. The new intake placement means your truck can perform better and you won’t have any engine problems. That means when you are done driving through the mud, you can just as easily drive your kids to the Boerne City Park.
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Fun New Features
While the TRD Pro line is meant to be functional, it’s also meant to be fun. After all, these vehicles are meant for playing around in, right? The new LED fog lights and LED accents lights not only shine brightly through the mud and water, they look great when the vehicle is parked or even driving down the highway. The TRD stamping lets everyone know that you are driving a hardcore vehicle that can go anywhere. The 18-inch forged-aluminum, five-spoke black wheels can be found on some of the new TRD models, like the Tundra. Leather-trimmed seats and red stitching make the inside as attractive as the outside. Your TRD Pro will definitely get noticed in the parking lot of Bella On The River.
If you want to get your hands on one of these TRD Pro vehicles, talk to the experts at Toyota of Boerne in Boerne, Texas. If you can’t wait until fall for the new TRD Pro models to come out, shop the current selection of new and used trucks and SUVs on our lot and take your favorite for a test drive today.