Decatur Toyota dealership creates new informative blog posts on 2019 TRD Pro lineup

Serra Toyota of Decatur creates blogs on 2019 Toyota Tundra, 4Runner and Tacoma TRD Pro models

DECATUR, Ala., Feb. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Toyota brand has recently revealed the design, technology and performance specifications of the new 2019 versions of the TRD Pro lineup. TRD stands for Toyota Racing Development. These vehicles are designed to be powerhouses of capability and functionality. Taking design cues from models aimed at tackling the off-road conditions, the new Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner are built with stellar equipment.  

Serra Toyota of Decatur has created three new informative blog posts on the TRD lineup as a whole. Focusing on brining shoppers the most current Toyota news, Serra Toyota of Decatur has given viewers on the dealership website a sneak peek at these highly impressive models. For the 2019 model year, the TRD Pro lineup sees improvements in off-road equipment and gets increased agility from new performance-driven features. 

New for the 2019 model year, the TRD Pro lineup will receive new 2.5-inch TRD Pro-exclusive Fox Internal Bypass shocks. These shocks increase agility while traveling in off-road conditions and help the TRD Pro models to retain sure footing, even in rough conditions. 

In addition to this upgrade, all models of the 2019 Toyota TRD Pro lineup, including the 4Runner, Tundra and Tacoma will house unique features and innovative equipment that help each model to individually improve performance.  

Interested parties can view the three TRD Pro-themed blogs on the dealership website, Viewers may also contact Serra Toyota of Decatur for further information on the various specifications and features of the 2019 Toyota Racing Development lineup and expected availability.  

Media Contact: Michael Mcleod, Serra Toyota of Decatur, 256-445-4434,

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