Toyota Tundra vs Other Trucks

Toyota Tundra

When it comes time to buy a new full-size pickup truck, there are many reasons why you should make the Toyota Tundra your top choice. Very few models can rival its versatility. Let’s find out how the new Tundra compares to the competition.

Muscular Performance

Unlike competitors like the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the Ford F-150, the Toyota Tundra comes standard with a powerful V8 engine. Toyota’s 4.6-liter, i-FORCE V8 engine cranks out 310 horsepower and 327 pound-feet of torque. You can also upgrade to a larger 5.7-liter, i-FORCE V8 engine. Total output increases to a monstrous 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. Not only does the extra muscle promote stronger acceleration, but it also increases the Tundra’s towing capacity to more than 10,000 pounds.

Legendary Off-Road Capabilities

If you do a lot of traveling in the rural backcountry, the Toyota Tundra will be a great choice. It can be equipped with an adventurous TRD Off-Road package, which adds rugged features like trail-tuned shocks and undercarriage protection. Furthermore, every trim offers a 4WD system with low-range gearing. Extreme adventure seekers will especially enjoy the Tundra TRD Pro. A 2.0-inch suspension lift and a special TRD front skid plate help you to overcome the most challenging conditions. Designed to give you greater confidence when driving over rough terrain, Crawl Control technology automatically governs your throttle and braking.

Family-Friendly Truck

The Toyota Tundra is an outstanding option for families. Its CrewMax body style provides an outstanding amount of passenger room. Up to six people can climb inside the cab. Premium features, like the ventilated seats, help ensure an even more luxurious ride.

Reliable

Based on the latest Vehicle Dependability Study, the Toyota Tundra is the most reliable truck on the market. Whether you’re towing a boat to your favorite lake or taking a road trip, you can always trust the Tundra to deliver a trouble-free performance.

Unmatched Safety

Every new Tundra comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense. This advanced safety package provides pre-collision braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, and dynamic radar cruise control. To get similar accident-avoidance technologies on the Chevrolet Silverado and the RAM 1500, you must spend more money.

To learn more about how the Toyota Tundra stacks up against the competition, contact David Maus Toyota. You’ll find all of the latest Toyota models in our dealership’s inventory.

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