2020 TOYOTA TUNDRA COST OF OWNERSHIP
For more than eight decades, Toyota has been building the trucks that have helped build America. With available 5.7-liter V8, the built-in-America Toyota Tundra has more than enough power to haul your gear wherever you need to go. With room—and power—to spare. But don’t let Tundra’s brawn distract you from the charms of its spacious cabin. With plenty of room for you and your crew, you’ll travel in comfort—and arrive in style.
Choose premium grades, like Tundra Platinum, for the ultimate in enhanced driving experiences. Don’t be fooled by Tundra’s ruggedness, though. Inside, Tundra Platinum pampers you with the luxurious comfort of perforated, leather-trimmed, heated and ventilated front bucket seats, power tilt/slide moonroof, and soft-touch interior materials. Tough on the outside, tender on the inside. Tundra has its priorities straight.
Buying a new vehicle is one thing but paying to own and operate a vehicle for five years or more is another. When you factor in real-world costs of ownership, such as depreciation, maintenance and repair costs, fuel mileage, and other expenses, you get a more realistic picture of the true cost of driving your vehicle. Like most Toyota vehicles, Tundra fares well when compared to competing vehicles, for many reasons.
For instance, Toyota Tundra is so well built, it’s among the longest-lasting vehicles by a full-line manufacturer on the road today. More than 90% of all Tundra’s sold within the last 15 years are still on the road. Stellar reliability—and significantly higher anticipated resale value than similar vehicles after five years—help set Tundra apart from the brawny full-size pickup pack, and underscore Tundra’s ultimate affordability.