The 2018 Tacoma Vs. Tundra – Discover The Dynamic Toyota Pickup Trucks
A Mid-Size Pickup For Full-Size Thrills
Drivers have 2 exceptional Toyota trucks to choose from this model year – 2018 Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma. The new Tacoma is a versatile mid-size pickup, while the Tundra offers full-size capability and you’ll find them both at Toyota of Rock Hill. Side-by-side, the 2 Toyota pickup trucks offer a wealth of similar features, as well as their own defining qualities.
Perhaps the biggest difference is the set of powertrain options that each model delivers. If you’re looking for efficient utility, the new 2018 Toyota Tacoma comes standard with a 2.7L 4-cylinder engine that can pull up to 3,500-pounds. If you need the towing capacity to pull your weekend toys to the lake, opt for the Tacoma’s available 3.5L V-6. With 278 horsepower and 265 lb.-ft. of torque, it can haul up to 6,800 pounds. It’s not just made for towing, though.
Decked out with the TRD Off-Road Package and other features, the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is equipped to conquer any terrain. That includes electronically locking rear differential, 5-mode Multi-Terrain Select, Hill Start Assist Control and Crawl Control. Discover the 2018 Toyota pickup trucks today at Toyota of Rock Hill, serving Fort Mill, SC, and Charlotte, NC.
When Only A Full-Size Pickup Truck Will Do
If you need some tough muscle for the work site, test-drive the new Tundra at Toyota of Rock Hill. Unlike the 2018 Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado, the new Toyota Tundra full-size pickup truck offers a standard V-8 engine that generates 310 horsepower and 327 lb.-ft. of torque. For the heavy-duty jobs, opt for the Tundra’s available 5.7L V-8. Behind 381 horsepower and 401 lb.-ft. of torque, it can deliver up 10,200 pounds of towing capacity. Of course, it can hold its own on the off-road as well. With standard automatic limited-slip differential and 10.4-inches of ground clearance, it once again it beats the standard Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado. In fact, the Tacoma provides more ground clearance as well. Get into a truck that stands taller and works harder. Test-drive the 2018 Toyota Tacoma or Toyota Tundra today at Toyota of Rock Hill, serving Fort Mill, SC, and Charlotte, NC.
Toyota Trucks Built To Fit You
Between the new 2018 Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma, drivers have a ton of decisions to make. The 2 Toyota pickup trucks offer various cab sizes, bed lengths colors and more.
The Tundra offers a crew cab or double cab, as well as long, short and standard bed lengths. The Tacoma provides double cab and access cab options, as well as a long bed or short bed.
There are also a number of packages and special editions to choose from. For a classier look for your bold Tundra, opt for the 1794 Edition. Along with 20-inch chrome-clad alloy wheels and chrome exterior accents, it offers a western-themed interior with brown premium leather and it’s one of few trucks to provide an available power tilt/slide moonroof. Both trucks offer Toyota’s TRD Sport Package, but the Tacoma takes it a step further, offering the TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, and TRD Pro trims. The Pro features TRD-tuned high-performance FOX 2.5 Internal Bypass shocks, as well as an exclusive skid plate and cat-back exhaust.
Meanwhile, both trucks offer a large array of colors, ranging from Blazing Blue Pearl to Barcelona Red Metallic. Don’t settle for a one-size-fits-all pickup. Compare the 2018 Tacoma vs. Tundra, find one that fits you. Visit Toyota of Rock Hill today.
Safety Is Standard In Toyota Trucks
If there’s one area where Toyota stands out from the competition, it’s safety, and it’s no different with Toyota pickup trucks. The 2018 Tundra and Tacoma both offer standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P, an advanced safety suite offering a variety of driver assist technology. The exclusive standard safety features include Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert and more. Standard driver assist technology is a rare find among the other competing pickup trucks.
The Toyota Tundra and Tacoma also provide standard backup cameras and offer available Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert for optimal awareness. Of course, they each provide Toyota’s standard Star Safety System™, which includes Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, Smart Stop Technology® and more.
When you compare the Toyota Tacoma vs. Toyota Tundra, you won’t have to critique safety, because both of them are at the top of the class. Visit Toyota of Rock Hill for a test drive today.
Toyota Pickup Trucks Know Tech
Just because you’re driving a truck, that doesn’t mean it can’t be high tech. The new Toyota Tundra and Tacoma offer a variety of cutting-edge features to keep you connected wherever you drive.
Both Toyota trucks offer Toyota’s exclusive Entune® media hubs, offering everything from USB ports and auxiliary jacks to Bluetooth® technology. Drivers can also opt for Entune Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation for maximum connectivity. This all-inclusive infotainment option features the Entune App Suite, allowing access to popular smartphone apps like Pandora®, iHeartRadio, Yelp® and more. This package also features JBL speakers, and everything is easily accessible as well, via advanced voice recognition and a 7-inch high-resolution touchscreen.
Drivers in Rock Hill, SC, Fort Mill, SC and Charlotte, NC don’t have to settle for stone-aged trucks. Visit Toyota of Rock Hill and compare the Tacoma vs. Tundra today.