Used Toyota Tundra for Sale in Ashburn, VA

Used Toyota Tundra Listings

1-20 of 10,129 Cars Found
Save Search
X

Message:

2019 Toyota Tundra SR5

2019 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 11,231 mi

Silver Spring, MD (23 mi) - Listed 78 days ago
  • $4,800 below market price
$42,500
PREVIEW
2020 Toyota Tundra SR5

2020 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 22,000 mi

Silver Spring, MD (23 mi) - Listed 71 days ago
  • $5,149 below market price
$47,500
PREVIEW
Home Delivery
2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro - 3,819 mi

- Listed 19 days ago
  • $13,377 below market price
PREVIEW
2008 Toyota Tundra Limited

2008 Toyota Tundra Limited - 123,629 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 104 days ago
  • $4,855 below market price
PREVIEW
View on partner site
2012 Toyota Tundra Grade

2012 Toyota Tundra Grade - 194,817 mi

Upper Marlboro, MD (42 mi) - Listed 6 days ago
  • $2,861 below market price
PREVIEW
View on partner site
2019 Toyota Tundra Limited

2019 Toyota Tundra Limited - 38,605 mi

Upper Marlboro, MD (42 mi) - Listed 107 days ago
  • $9,898 below market price
PREVIEW
2010 Toyota Tundra Grade

2010 Toyota Tundra Grade - 150,011 mi

Fredericksburg, VA (41 mi) - Listed 145 days ago
  • $4,243 below market price
$19,995
PREVIEW
2014 Toyota Tundra SR5

2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 149,879 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 93 days ago
  • $2,956 below market price
$22,987
PREVIEW
2007 Toyota Tundra SR5

2007 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 173,870 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 50 days ago
  • $1,977 below market price
PREVIEW
2014 Toyota Tundra SR5

2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 162,747 mi

Temple Hills, MD (31 mi) - Listed 154 days ago
  • $2,791 below market price
$21,500
PREVIEW
View on dealer site
2014 Toyota Tundra SR5

2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 95,500 mi

White Plains, MD (43 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $4,725 below market price
PREVIEW
View on dealer site
2008 Toyota Tundra Pickup 4D 6 1/2 ft

2008 Toyota Tundra Pickup 4D 6 1/2 - 172,309 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 172 days ago
  • $2,326 below market price
$13,900
PREVIEW
2010 Toyota Tundra Grade

2010 Toyota Tundra Grade - 138,359 mi

Temple Hills, MD (31 mi) - Listed 152 days ago
  • $2,539 below market price
$18,988
PREVIEW
2020 Toyota Tundra Limited

2020 Toyota Tundra Limited - 36,190 mi

Silver Spring, MD (23 mi) - Listed 78 days ago
  • $4,722 below market price
$51,000
PREVIEW
2021 Toyota Tundra Limited

2021 Toyota Tundra Limited - 5,932 mi

Hagerstown, MD (44 mi) - Listed 28 days ago
  • $1,376 below market price
$55,500
PREVIEW
2018 Toyota Tundra Limited

2018 Toyota Tundra Limited - 38,055 mi

Springfield, VA (23 mi) - Listed today
  • $2,752 below market price
PREVIEW
2020 Toyota Tundra SR5

2020 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 5,000 mi

Manassas, VA (21 mi) - Listed 47 days ago
  • $4,781 below market price
$46,995
PREVIEW
2014 Toyota Tundra SR5

2014 Toyota Tundra SR5 - 89,085 mi

Owings Mills, MD (47 mi) - Listed today
  • $1,580 below market price
PREVIEW
Home Delivery
2017 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

2017 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro - 32,559 mi

Gaithersburg, MD (19 mi) - Listed 4 days ago
  • $3,085 below market price
PREVIEW
2020 Toyota Tundra Limited

2020 Toyota Tundra Limited - 19,578 mi

Huntingtown, MD (54 mi) - Listed today
  • $3,036 below market price
PREVIEW
X
Would you like to view the latest search results ?
Yes     No
Zip Code Required X

Please enter a five-digit zip code to find cars for sale near you.

Jump To: Rankings Trims

Used Toyota Tundra for Sale Statistics

  • 10,129 cars for sale found, starting at $4,995
  • Average price for Used Toyota Tundra: $38,573
  • 1,963 deals found. Average savings of $2,392
  • Save up to $13,377 below estimated market price

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Toyota Tundra By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2022 Toyota Tundra for Sale $57,507 - 378 listings
2021 Toyota Tundra for Sale $52,016 Save $15,213 on 121 deals 1,086 listings
2020 Toyota Tundra for Sale $49,378 Save $13,784 on 316 deals 1,403 listings
2019 Toyota Tundra for Sale $46,885 Save $10,619 on 357 deals 1,777 listings
2018 Toyota Tundra for Sale $42,972 Save $11,327 on 286 deals 1,482 listings
2017 Toyota Tundra for Sale $38,883 Save $9,760 on 238 deals 1,060 listings
2016 Toyota Tundra for Sale $35,874 Save $8,305 on 198 deals 971 listings
2015 Toyota Tundra for Sale $33,862 Save $7,245 on 152 deals 703 listings
2010 Toyota Tundra for Sale $19,552 Save $5,210 on 93 deals 344 listings
2006 Toyota Tundra for Sale $12,753 Save $3,769 on 53 deals 222 listings

Similar Models

Average Price Deals Listings
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 for Sale $36,438 Save $13,247 on 11,401 deals 48,428 listings
Ford F-150 for Sale $37,716 Save $16,187 on 14,487 deals 76,017 listings
Ram Ram Pickup 1500 for Sale $39,887 Save $21,779 on 7,584 deals 43,424 listings

Price of Used Toyota Tundra in top 10 Cities

Average Price Deals Listings
Toyota Tundra in Houston $39,948 Save $8,348 on 90 deals 624 listings
Toyota Tundra in Atlanta $37,188 Save $4,847 on 73 deals 384 listings
Toyota Tundra in Dallas $38,908 Save $8,319 on 91 deals 533 listings
Toyota Tundra in Chicago $37,024 Save $8,794 on 47 deals 174 listings
Toyota Tundra in Miami $34,420 Save $6,133 on 49 deals 272 listings
Toyota Tundra in Los Angeles $35,562 Save $11,815 on 145 deals 515 listings
Toyota Tundra in Philadelphia $36,695 Save $7,754 on 46 deals 216 listings
Toyota Tundra in San Antonio $38,008 Save $7,552 on 60 deals 298 listings
Toyota Tundra in Phoenix $35,232 Save $12,645 on 72 deals 314 listings
Toyota Tundra in Orlando $32,057 Save $7,233 on 42 deals 223 listings

Average Price of Used Toyota Tundra Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Toyota Tundra SR5
(2000-2009, 2014-2020)
$37,870 6,185 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train 4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra Limited
(2000-2001, 2003-2020)
$39,522 1,740 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Extended Cab
Drive Train 4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra Grade
(2008-2013)
$22,444 1,239 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train 4X2, 4X4
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra Platinum
(2013-2020)
$45,735 597 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab
Drive Train 4X2, 4X4
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra SR
(2014-2020)
$33,782 533 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train 4X2, 4X4
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition
(2014-2020)
$47,327 494 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab
Drive Train 4X2, 4X4
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra TRD Pro
(2015-2017, 2019-2020)
$52,838 380 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab
Drive Train 4X4
Fuel Type Flex, Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra Base
(2000-2007)
$14,228 97 Listings
Cab Type Regular Cab
Drive Train 4WD, RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
Features see features...
Used Toyota Tundra SR5 V8
(2002)
$11,178 40 Listings
Cab Type Extended Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train 4WD, RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
Used Toyota Tundra Darrell Waltrip Edition
(2006)
$13,513 6 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab
Drive Train 4WD, RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
Features see features...
Toyota Tundra Photo

Toyota Tundra Overview

The Toyota Tundra is a full-sized pickup truck that entered the market for the 2000 model year. Production of the truck has taken place in the United States since its inception, starting with Indiana before moving to Texas. The Tundra has been a consistently good seller for Toyota and was the first full-sized pickup truck to penetrate the market once dominated by the "Detroit Three" - Dodge, Ford, and General Motors. The Toyota Tundra has seen two generations of development with a third generation expected to debut in the near future. The first-generation Tundra was shown as a prototype called the T150 (playing off the Toyota T100 and Ford F-150 names) before becoming the Tundra upon production. The prototype name spurred a lawsuit from Ford, further clinching the need for Toyota to change the truck's name before its market entry. The first-generation Tundra, despite the predictions of critics, became Toyota's highest-selling initial vehicle sales and carried forward with consistent and growing sales from there. The first-generation Tundra had a six-cylinder and eight-cylinder engine offering, three body styles, and won awards from Motor Trend and Consumer Reports. The second-generation Toyota Tundra began selling in the 2007 model year. Many things changed about the truck with this debut as it became bigger and more capable. A new, larger V8 engine was introduced (5.7 liter) alongside the 4.7L that carried over and the 4.0-liter V6 that also continued as the base engine. Three cab lengths were offered as were three bed lengths and several trim levels. More accommodation for work use, including more glove-friendly body pieces and controls, was designed into the Tacoma. Towing and hauling capabilities were at or above par for the half-ton pickup truck class. The new Tundra was a solid hit with the full-sized truck market and quickly saw production equal to Toyota's total capacity for the truck. Although the Toyota Tundra has enjoyed a well-deserved reputation for reliability and durability, there have been roadblocks to that. The 2000-2003 models of the Tundra were subject to recall for a serious rust problem in their frame, but Toyota used the opportunity to solidify their rapport with customers and saw little blowback from the recall. Other issues commonly reported include general failures in secondary engine parts at high mileage (air pumps, charcoal canister) and similar problems expected from high-mileage pickups. Buyers should be aware that trucks subjected to heavy use are likely to have structural or mechanical problems when they reach high odometer readings.

Test Drive Reviews

2020 Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra has seen a lot of incremental change since the current-generation debuted in 2007. Though its design may seem long in the tooth now, the Tundra has soldiered on with good sales figures anyway. The Tundra offers a lot for those looking for a basic, general-duty pickup truck.

For the 2020 model year, Toyota dropped the slow-selling 4.6-liter V8 engine option, opting to make the more popular 5.7-liter the only choice. Toyota has also (finally) added Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality to the Tundra's infotainment for phone connectivity beyond Bluetooth and has added a Double Cab option for the popular off-road TRD Pro package.

These changes are signs of the Toyota Tundra slowly moving forward. In the 13 years since this generation of the truck came to market, all three of the major full-sized pickup truck makers in North America have had at least two iterations of their trucks enter showrooms. That's a testament to both the longevity of the popular Tundra design and how fast the market has changed while keeping a core buyer that is interested in only the basics.

The 2020 Toyota Tundra is offered in five trim levels with two cab and three cargo bed lengths. A single powertrain can be found in all trim levels with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

2018 Toyota Tundra

The 2018 Toyota Tundra is a continuation of the full-size half-ton pickup truck introduced for this generation in 2015. The Tundra embodies Toyota's long-sought foothold in the American pickup truck market. While its sales are still near the bottom of the pack, the pack comprises only five automakers. Three of those are long-standing domestic makes with large volumes of fleet sales -  something Toyota trucks aren't involved in.

For 2018, Toyota refreshed the Tundra's styling and added a few tweaks to its strong looks. Toyota's Safety Sense advanced safety system is standard. A new TRD Sport package has been added as an option for the SR5 trim, and Toyota has removed the standard two-door cab from the lineup entirely.

Configuration options in the 2018 Tundra range from cargo and bed length to cab configuration and interior amenities. Trim levels emphasize utility, comfort and off-road capability.

For the buyer, the 2018 Toyota Tundra offers box-checking capability, a usable overall design and a strong reputation for reliability. The Tundra is not the flashiest or best in the market, but it satisfies all of the line items truck buyers want with no hassles.

2017 Toyota Tundra

The Tundra has slowly gained its strong foothold in the American landscape of pickup trucks. Its sales figures are still below those of the traditional domestic makes, but brand loyalty and a strong reputation for dependability have kept the Tundra moving forward. So much so that Toyota has a difficult time building enough to meet sales demands.

The 2017 Toyota Tundra carries on with revisions made to the truck a couple of years ago and the slight updates from last year. The 2017 Tundra has 50 configuration options, ranging from cargo bed length and cab configuration to interior amenities. Trim levels that emphasize utility, off-road capability and luxurious comfort are offered in the Tundra.

The Tundra's shining points are its box-checking capability on every front, no-nonsense overall design, and the quiet way Toyota has built a core following for this truck in a very competitive US pickup truck market. All without offering anything beyond the Tundra's basic half-ton pickup capabilities.

2016 Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra is a long-lived full-sized pickup truck which has slowly gained acceptance on the American market. Truck buyers are a unique lot whose brand loyalty and bent towards heavy accessorization of their trucks makes them a very different market from the automotive norm. Breaking those traditions and building acceptance has been a long haul for Toyota, but the 2016 Toyota Tundra proves that they've managed to do that.

New this year are small changes that include a modified front fascia on the SR5 lower trim level and the top-most 1794 Edition trim point. All Tundras equipped with the larger of the 8 cylinder engine options come with trailer brake controls as standard.

In all, the 2016 Toyota Tundra has fifty different configuration options that include available cargo bed lengths of up to 8.1 feet and towing ratings up to 10,500 pounds. Three cab configurations are available, starting with a two-door regular cab, a four-door extended cab, and a four-door crew cab (Regular, Double, and CrewMax respectively). Trim levels range from the base level SR to the highest-end Platinum and 1794 Edition. The TRD Pro offroad-centric package also continues into this model year.

2015 Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra in our favorite trim the TRD Pro

2013 Toyota Tundra

The 2013 Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck that has no significant changes for the 2013 model year. A capable workhorse, the Tundra boasts strong V8 engines, good towing capability, rugged good looks and a variety of available packages.

How much is a Toyota Tundra?

Toyota Tundra

  • A new Toyota Tundra's average price is $48,155 and the price range is $39,111 to $57,846
  • A 3-year-old used Toyota Tundra's average price is $50,050 with a price range of $39,991 to $60,711

See below for the average Toyota Tundra price across model years.

Toyota Tundra   2017-2022   $47,141
Toyota Tundra   2012-2017   $34,640
Toyota Tundra   2007-2012   $20,800

The average price for a 3-year-old used full-size truck is $39,614, with the Toyota Tundra's price typically $10,436 above average for this vehicle type.

How long do Toyota Tundras last?

Toyota Tundra

  • The Toyota Tundra is the #1 most reliable vehicle in the full-size truck category, with a reliability score of 8.2.
  • Approximately 3.7% of all Toyota Tundras on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 1.9% for the full-size truck category

Toyota Tundra Pickup

  • The Toyota Tundra Pickup is the #1 most reliable vehicle in the full-size truck category, with a reliability score of 8.6.
  • Approximately of all Toyota Tundra Pickups on the road have reached 150,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 4.6% for the full-size truck category

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the full-size truck category:

Toyota Tundra Pickup   8.6
Ford F-150 Pickup   8.5
Chevrolet Silverado 1500   8.5
Nissan Titan   8.5
GMC Sierra 1500   8.4
Ram Ram Pickup 1500   8.1
Nissan Titan XD   6.3
Toyota Tundra Pickup  
GMC HUMMER EV  
Ford F-150 Pickup  
GMC Sierra 1500 Limited  
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LD  
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Limited  
Ram Ram Pickup 1500 Classic  

Is the Toyota Tundra a good truck?

Toyota Tundra

  • The Toyota Tundra earns an ISC quality score of 8.2 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Toyota Tundra is ranked 2nd in quality in the full-size truck category, with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ranked just above it and the GMC Sierra 1500 ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked full-size truck for quality is the Chevrolet Silverado 1500

See our full list of the Best Full-Size Trucks.

Is the Toyota Tundra safe?

Toyota Tundra

  • The latest Toyota Tundra's 4-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it 5th for safety in the full-size truck category
  • The Toyota Tundra's rating has averaged 4.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Toyota Tundra's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 4
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 3.5
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.