New for 2019:Toyota Trucks, SUVs, and Vans

Christian Wardlaw | Mar 04, 2019

Toyota’s big news for 2019 is a redesigned RAV4, the company’s popular compact crossover SUV. Toyota also reworks the C-HR lineup while adding new Entune 3.0 infotainment with Apple CarPlay. Nightshade and SX packages arrive to give various SUVs and trucks a custom look, and AWD is now offered with SE trim on the Sienna minivan.

2019 Toyota RAV4 photo
2019 Toyota RAV4

Detailed changes for each 2019 Toyota truck, SUV, and van model are shown below, listed in alphabetical order.


2019 Toyota 4Runner

  • New Nightshade Special Edition debuts, based on Limited trim
  • TRD Pro version gets an upgraded suspension with 2.5-in. Fox internal bypass shocks, along with revised front skid plate, TRD Pro roof rack, JBL premium sound system, and a power sunroof

2019 Toyota C-HR

  • Trim levels revised to LE, XLE, and Limited
  • Base price drops by more than $1,500
  • XLE gains standard Smart Key entry with push-button start, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert
  • New family of Entune 3.0 infotainment systems with standard Apple CarPlay
  • Interior changes: XLE has new gray cloth seats, while Limited has leather upholstery
  • New exterior paint colors: Blue Flame, Blue Flame and Black, Silver Knockout and Black, Blizzard Pearl and Black

2019 Toyota Highlander

  • Based on SE trim, a new Nightshade Special Edition debuts, giving the Highlander a blacked-out appearance

2019 Toyota Land Cruiser

  • Toyota makes no changes to the 2019 Land Cruiser

2019 Toyota RAV4

  • Completely redesigned
  • Built on a significantly stronger vehicle platform
  • Standard 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with 8-speed automatic transmission
  • Available gas-electric hybrid drivetrain with continuously variable transmission
  • Three different all-wheel-drive (AWD) systems are available, including a torque-vectoring AWD system with rear driveline disconnect
  • New Multi-Terrain Select traction system, combined with more ground clearance, said to give RAV4 improved off-road capability
  • New Entune 3.0 infotainment systems with Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa, and Verizon-powered Wi-Fi Connect
  • Standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 package of driver-assistance and collision-avoidance systems, adding road sign recognition and Lane Tracing Assist, which is a lane-centering assist system
  • Introduces new Digital Display Rearview Mirror to the Toyota lineup
  • Available heated and ventilated front seats, panoramic glass sunroof

2019 Toyota Sequoia

  • Toyota makes no changes to the 2019 Sequoia

2019 Toyota Sienna

  • Infotainment system upgraded to include Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa compatibility
  • New LE Preferred package includes keyless entry with push-button engine starting, remote illuminated entry, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert
  • SE Preferred package gains rear parking-assist sensors, premium JBL sound system, and dynamic navigation system
  • AWD is now available for the SE trim level
  • New exterior paint color: Celestial Silver

2019 Toyota Tacoma

  • New Tacoma SX package adds blacked-out exterior parts and black wheels to the base Access Cab with SR trim

2019 Toyota Tundra

  • Based on the Double Cab SR5, the Tundra SX package strips the truck of badges, combines body-color trim with black wheels, and includes upgraded front bucket seats
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