Toyota manufactures two pickup truck models, the Tundra and Tacoma. Both of these truck models are excellent options for customers to consider. Many customers are curious as to the primary differences between these two models. Each model has their own benefits that will appeal to different individuals. Let’s take a look at these two models to find out which option is the best option for you!
Customers in the Claremont, NH area can find both the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma right here at McGee Toyota of Claremont. The Toyota Tacoma features two smaller engine options which offer this mid-size truck good fuel economy. On the other hand, the Toyota Tundra features two larger engine options that provide this full-size truck with excellent towing capacity.
The Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma are both great options for handling off-road conditions. The TRD-Pro models of each truck are specifically designed for off-road conditions. If you are interested in a pickup truck that offers a good combination of engine performance, fuel economy, and off-road capabilities, then the Toyota Tundra is likely the better option for you. The 2.7L engine option for the Tacoma is able to offer fuel economy of 20 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. The 2019 model of the Tacoma starts at $25,550.
If you are looking for a truck that can handle towing a lot of weight and offers tremendous engine power and torque, then the Toyota Tundra is the option you should explore. The Tundra’s 5.7L V8 engine offers 381 horsepower and is able to generate an impressive 401 pound-feet of torque. This combination of engine power and torque allow the Tundra to tow cargo in excess of 10,000 pounds. 2019 models of the Toyota Tundra start at $31,420.
Customers who are interested in exploring the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma further should visit McGee Toyota of Claremont. Our staff would be happy to walk you through the major differences between these two truck models. Stop by our dealership in Claremont, NH and schedule a test drive with us today!