The 2022 Tundra Gets Lifted and Trail-Ready

Photo By: Toyota

Most overlanding enthusiasts take every opportunity to increase the trail capability of their rigs. If those modifications help set it apart from the crowd, all the better. If you’re one of the early adopters of the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra, your options to build out your truck with dealer-installed accessories are increasing.

2022 Tundra
Image by Toyota

Toyota has announced that this dealer-installed TRD lift kit will be available for almost all 4×4 trims of the 2022 Tundra. The kit provides 2.6-inches of lift and also levels the truck nicely. It includes tuned Bilstein front and rear shock absorbers with taller TRD coil springs, TRD front lower knuckles, front extended axle-shafts, front stabilizer links, front outer tie rods, front tie rod sleeves, and several other upgraded parts. It’s worth noting that the forged upper control arms are produced by Roush. Along with the three inches of additional ground clearance, the kit also provides increases to the approach, departure, and break-over angles by five degrees, one degree, and two degrees. The kit has an estimated MSRP of $3,995.

2022 Tundra

2022 Tundra

2022 Tundra

This lift kit isn’t the only dealer-installed upgrade available to Tundra drivers. A TRD skid plate, TRD cast aluminum running boards, a bed extender, a dash camera, two in-bed swing-out boxes, a folding hard tonneau cover, and a TRD Off-road wheel and tire package are also available.

With options like these, it will be easy to make your Tundra trail-ready right off of the lot.

Photo by Brett Willhelm


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