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Toyota’s 2017 Tundra pickup is still large and powerful. This full-size pickup has an extraordinary record for reliability and an excellent resale value. Even though it ranks low among other full-size pickups because of lower payload and fuel economy figures, the 2017 Tundra is a strong truck.
Your 2017 Tundra pickup has a sturdy 4.6-liter V8 engine that can take care of most tasks. Most rivals have a V6 as their standard engine. You will be amazed by how quiet it is in the 2017 Tundra, low or high speed. The TRD Pro Off-Road 4x4 seems to love deep streams, and steep grades.
If you ever bump a tree and wish you could replace the damaged bumper, you will be delighted with the replaceable bumper panels provided by Toyota. In three pieces, you only need to replace the part that needs repair. That is another cost saver.
You will love the automatic lockable tailgate. It lowers slowly instead of slamming shut. The blind-spot monitoring system handles all of the blind-spots the 2017 Tundra can offer.
Like most full-size pickups, the 2017 Toyota Tundra has a 3-passenger fabric bench seat which you can upgrade to a brown leather interior with wood trim. Double cab and CrewMax cabs seat 5-6 people with bench seats.
Forget the old dial-up radio in your old pickup. All of the 2017 Tundras have a touch-screen infotainment system. Even the knobs and controls on the dash are easy to reach. Even base SR trims have a 6.1-inch touch-screen infotainment system in the dash, a far cry from the dial radio in your dad's pickup. Knobs and controls are easier to reach than in past Tundras.
Toyota's attention to customers shows most in the most affordable 2017 Tundra. It comes with a V8 engine, power windows, power door locks, rearview camera and an infotainment system with AM/FM/CD stereo player plus a 6.1 inch touch-screen, USB inputs and Bluetooth connections. Seating is a 40/20/40 split and fold-down front bench seat that is fabric-trimmed. Both the driver and passenger seats are adjustable 4-ways.
The trims in the Limited version include 20 inch wheels, chrome mirrors, premium audio and navigation, plus heated front bucket seats a power sliding rear window and chrome door handles.
Even though the Tundra's rivals have more towing capacity, power and efficiency, Toyota tops them with resale value The 2017 Tundra and earlier models received numerous awards such as the Kelly Blue Book Best Resale Value Award for full-size pickup trucks.
Check it out today at the South Hills Toyota dealership near you. Ask for a test drive of the model that suits your needs.