If you want a full-size pickup truck that’s strong and reliable, you should check out the Toyota Tundra. If you want to learn more about the Toyota Tundra, you’re in the right place.
This Japanese truck is so reliable, one man recently surpassed the million-mile mark on his Tundra odometer—and most of the truck, from the transmission to the paint job, is still all original. Even the seats are still in good shape.
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You may not be looking to put a million miles on your truck in Statesboro, Metter, Sylvania, and Swainsboro, but you still want a vehicle that you know will be your trusty companion through hard jobs and weekend adventures. Learn more about this reliable truck in these Toyota Tundra reviews from Franklin Toyota!
Whether you’re planning a long road trip or using the Tundra as your mobile office, you’ll be spending a lot of time in this truck’s cabin. That’s why Toyota designed it for comfort, convenience, and functionality.
Each new Tundra offers two rows of seating. Depending on how much passenger room you want, choose between Double Cab or CrewMax configurations. Either way, the rear seats fold up to transform passenger space into extra cargo room when the situation requires.
The Tundra also offers an available power vertical window. Simply push a button to slide the rear window down for more fresh air—just like you would with your side windows. You won’t find this feature in other full-size pickup trucks.
Like any new Toyota, the Tundra comes standard with Entune™ Audio. This media suite offers a variety of connectivity options, so you can listen to sports, music, talk shows, and more from the comfortable cabin. And if you’re exploring new areas, an integrated navigation system is available to show you the way.
High-tech features also include a customizable Multi-Information Display (MID) in the instrument cluster. Change the settings on this display to see whatever information is most relevant to your drive, like fuel economy, distance to empty, Integrated Trailer Brake Controller (ITBC) monitor, and more.
Each model also comes standard with a wide-angle backup camera. This extra set of eyes on the back of your truck makes it easier to park, even with a trailer attached.
Speaking of towing a trailer, this muscular truck is powerful enough to carry your construction materials during the work week—and a travel trailer or boat on your days off. Depending on configuration, the Toyota Tundra can tow anywhere from 6,400 to 10,200 pounds when properly equipped.
The Tundra also comes equipped with comprehensive active and passive safety features to help you and your trailer reach your destination without issue. This includes standard high-tech safety bundles like a Star Safety System™ and Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P).
Want to dig deeper into what this truck offers Statesboro, Metter, Sylvania, and Swainsboro drivers? Click through to the Toyota Tundra reviews on this page for a closer look. Then, see it for yourself at Franklin Toyota. When you’re ready to schedule a test drive, contact our Toyota dealership to learn more!