Discover What Sets the Toyota Tundra Apart from the Full-Sized Pickup Competition

With a full collection that includes a variety of Toyota models and styles the team at Toyota of Vineland is proud to be your local destination for world-class cars, trucks, SUVs, and minivans. Our inventory is jam-packed with the models and styles that drivers in the Millville, NJ area want, including the full-sized Toyota Tundra pickup truck.

Combining world-renowned Toyota quality with the power and utility of a pickup truck, the Toyota Tundra is a top choice for work or play in the Egg Harbor Township and Glassboro region. But we know it's not the only truck in the area that's competing for your attention. To make it easier for you to choose, here's a little comparison data we've compiled, pitting the Tundra against three of its main competitors.

Toyota Tundra vs. Nissan Titan

Looking for a new truck and prefer the efficiency and smooth performance of a hybrid powertrain? The latest Toyota Tundra models are exactly what you're looking for. Not only can you get this impressive pickup truck with its standard, turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 gas engine, but now it also has a great, hybrid option as well. This gas / electric hybrid produces 437 horsepower for Toyota shoppers, while the Nissan Titan isn't available as a hybrid at all.

Not only does the Toyota Tundra present drivers with more diverse powertrain options than the Nissan Titan, it also comes with a higher towing capacity and utility rating. From work trailers to family campers, the Toyota Tundra can handle it all, with a maximum towing ability of 11,120 pounds. Comparatively, the Titan tops out at 9,310 pounds for towing ability.

Toyota Tundra vs. Ford F-150

Even at the entry-level base trim, the Toyota Tundra exceeds expectations for tech features and amenities. In fact, looking at it side by side with the Ford F-150, it comes with a greater number of sought-after features standard. Where the F-150 at its base version is almost a bare bones work truck, the Tundra gets standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with wireless connectivity, keyless entry and ignition, and much more.

Toyota also prioritizes safety better than the competing model as well. Every Toyota Tundra model comes with a comprehensive list of advanced driver's aids and the latest in safety technology. This list of standard safety features includes adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, and a pre-collision warning system with automatic emergency braking, To get some of these same features on the F-150, you'll have to move up in trims and spend more money.

Toyota Tundra vs. Ram 1500

Whether you're using your pickup during the weekends for a family adventure or you're relying on it for daily commutes to and from the jobsite, you'll be more comfortable sitting in the driver's seat of the Toyota Tundra than the Ram 1500, thanks to the Toyota model's larger front seat dimensions. Every Tundra has more headroom and more legroom in the front row than the Ram 1500, giving you, and your passenger, more room to stretch out in.

Once again, for our customers in the Bridgeton, NJ area who want a hybrid powertrain, the Toyota Tundra is the only pickup in this comparison that has what they're looking for. While the Ram 1500 base engine offers some mild hybrid capability, the Tundra is the only one of the two to provide the option of a powerful, smooth, and efficient, fully hybrid powertrain upgrade.

The Toyota Tundra Awaits You in Vineland

Ready to experience what makes the Toyota Tundra tops with a test drive of your own? We can introduce you and set you up behind the wheel. We welcome you to contact us or stop by in person soon to get started. We look forward to introducing you to your next truck and helping you secure the ideal financing lease or loan and payment to go with it.

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