Tacoma vs. Tundra: Which Is Best For You?
Toyota Tacoma vs. Toyota Tundra: Interior Design
The Toyota Tundra and the Toyota Tacoma are both in the current lineup of Toyota trucks, but they have very different interiors. First of all, the Tacoma offers access cab and double cab body styles while the Tundra offers crew cab and double cab body styles. This leads to the Tundra's greater interior volume. For example, the Tacoma access cab has 32.6 inches of rear leg room and the Tundra crew cab has 42.3. The Tundra may be better suited for large families and large crews, while the Tacoma may be suited for small families and small businesses. It's also important to note that the Tacoma has standard front bucket seats. Front bucket seats are optional in the Tundra. If you prefer bucket seats, the Tacoma might be worth a second look. Interior storage is also worth mentioning, as the Tacoma has standard center console storage and this feature is optional on the Tundra.
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The Tacoma's Exterior Design vs. The Tundra's Design: Which Do You Prefer?
As the Tacoma and the Tundra are both Toyota pickup trucks, they have somewhat similar exterior designs. The main difference is that the Tundra, as previously mentioned, has different body styles than the Tacoma. Which exterior design you like is a simple preference. The Tacoma and the Tundra do have very different exterior features.
One of the most notable differences in the exterior features between the 2 trucks is the Tundra's standard keyless entry, a feature which is optional on the Tacoma. Another notable exterior difference is that the Tacoma has standard 16-inch wheels. The Tundra has standard 18-inch wheels. Larger wheels can be specified on the Tacoma.
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Versatile Performance All-Around
The Tacoma and the Tundra offer different benefits in terms of performance. They both come with rear-wheel drive as the standard option and all-wheel drive as a highly desirable option. The Tacoma's standard engine is a highly efficient 2.7L 4-cylinder that gets an EPA-estimated 23 MPG on the highway. The Tundra's standard engine is a powerful 4.6L V8 that gets an EPA-estimated 19 MPG on the highway.
The towing capacity is always important with pickup trucks, and this holds true when looking at the Tacoma and the Tundra. The Tacoma's towing capacity is 3,500 lbs., while the Tundra has a towing capacity of 6,700 lbs. The Tacoma's capability will be more than adequate for the vast majority of jobs you might have. If you have to do heavy-duty towing on a regular basis, the Tundra may be the right choice for you.
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Which Truck Offers The Highest Safety Levels?
The Tacoma and the Tundra are built according to Toyota's high safety standards. Both trucks have high crash test ratings. The difference in the 2 trucks comes down to the actual safety features. The Tacoma has standard active head restraints, while the Tundra does not offer this feature. The Tundra, however, has 4-wheel disc brakes while the Tacoma has rear drum brakes that are not as effective.
Another area in which the Tacoma shines is hill start assistance. This technology prevents the truck from rolling backward when starting on an incline. Rolling backwards could result in an accident and should be avoided. The Tacoma has Hill Start Assist Control. The Tundra does not offer this feature.
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Impressive Technological Features
The Tacoma and the Tundra both have impressive tech lineups. Both trucks have Bluetooth® for hands-free connectivity. Only the Tacoma has steering wheel audio controls. Only the Tundra, however, has a multi-function remote to control the infotainment system. The Tacoma and the Tundra have many of the same features. They have the same standard sound system, for example. The best way to find which truck you prefer is to check them out in-person.
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