The team at Faulkner Toyota Trevose has compiled all things about Toyota trucks right here on this page. Below, you’ll find quick facts about both models to help you choose the right one for you.
The larger of the two Toyota trucks, the Toyota Tundra, comes packed with the frontline grit you’d expect in a truck of this size. The Tundra comes with lots of options, including six trims to choose from, an available extended cab with seating for six, an extended bed, and a 381-horspower 5.7L V8 engine under the hood with 401 lb-ft of torque.
The Toyota Tundra is built to get the job done. With a standard towing package, this workhorse has the muscle to tow up to 10,200 pounds when properly equipped. If you’ll be hauling a heavy load, this could be the most effective option.
Just like its big brother, the Toyota Tacoma comes with six trims to choose from in a variety of color options. The seating capacity ranges from four to five, depending on your choice of cab size, but don’t let the smaller stance fool you—the Tacoma is a blue-collar truck.
The potent 3.5L V6 engine is under the hood with all trim levels and packs a mean 278-horsepower punch. Optional 6-speed manual transmission allows for more control on the road and in the country, too. Plus, if you’re in need of towing muscle, the Tacoma will haul up to 6,800 pounds when properly equipped.
Looking for a little more adrenaline? Upgrade to the adventure-ready TRD Pro trim and take your Toyota Tundra or Toyota Tacoma into the wild. Available upgrades within the TRD family of Toyota trucks include, but are not limited to:
Depending on which truck you choose, your TRD Pro trim will include many other perks to make your next outing a whole bunch of fun.