The Toyota Tundra doesn’t compare to big trucks from Ford, Ram, or General Motors.
May 21, 2013, about 1271 miles. The Toyota Tundra doesn’t compare to a Ford F-150, GMC Sierra 1500 or Ram 1500. This has proven to be one segment Toyota that simply can’t crack, even though the Tundra has much of the qualities of American trucks. Like the Tundra of the past, it’s still a between-size vehicle, only more like a commercial-grade heavy-duty grade truck than a light-duty personal pickup, It’s a big, lumbering torquey V-8-powered tool, the kind of vehicle that holds no charms for me unless I need to move or haul something, and I didn’t this week. To me, the low-rent interior makes more sense than spending fifty-thou … yee-gads, it’s $40,000? Where? How? No wonder Toyota dealers can’t move these.
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2013 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4×4