2018 Toyota Tundra vs 2018 GMC Sierra 1500
The 2018 Toyota Tundra delivers more standard towing and better standard features than competitors like the Ram 1500 and now the 2018 GMC Sierra 1500, making it a top choice for critics and Austin drivers who want more than just a set of wheels. Check out our side-by-side comparison and see if you don’t agree that when it comes to delivering the goods, it’s Tundra all the way.
2018 Toyota Tundra Truck Towing
The Toyota Tundra provides drivers with standard towing capacity of 6,400 pounds, far more than the GMC’s 5,500 pounds of standard towing power. The Tundra also delivers a 4WD system that features active traction control to give it the edge over systems like those found on the Sierra 1500.
Toyota Tundra Entertainment Features
Did you know that many modern pickup trucks don’t even have the option for a CD player anymore? While General Motors includes a radio on their Sierra 1500, they expect drivers to have moved over to digital music and streaming services. With the Toyota Tundra, yes, you can stream over Bluetooth or your iPod but you can also pop those favorite CDs into the truck’s CD player.
Truck drivers spend a lot of time in their vehicles, and the Tundra interior is built for your comfort even if you drive seven days a week. From the sculpted seats to the dual-zone climate control to the standard CD player, the Tundra takes care of you for the long haul.
Experience the Tundra Firsthand at Toyota of Cedar Park
Get behind the wheel of a new 2018 Toyota Tundra and see why more Leander shoppers are making the trip to Toyota of Cedar Park today. We’re a short trip from Austin, Texas and surrounding cities!