2019 Toyota Tacoma vs. 2019 Toyota Tundra
The 2019 Toyota Tacoma and Tundra are both fantastic pickup trucks, but with different sizes and capabilities, one may be more suited to your needs than the other. We’ve put together a side-by-side comparison of Toyota’s two popular trucks to help you decide which one is right for you.
The 2019 Tacoma and Tundra both offer powerful engine options with fantastic off-roading capabilities. While the Tacoma comes with an available V6 engine with a towing capacity of 6,800 pounds, the Tundra’s available V8 engine can tow up to 10,200 pounds, making the Tundra a more ideal work truck for heavy-duty jobs.
On the other hand, the Tacoma is more efficient than the Tundra, thanks to its lighter weight and fewer engine cylinders, and if you’re not looking for incredible power but need a capable pickup with a spacious bed, the Tacoma’s base 4-cylinder engine will have plenty of kick for you.
Interior and Features
The 2019 Tacoma and Tundra both sport sophisticated cabs accented with high-quality materials, though there are some differences in standard and available features. For instance, the Tundra comes standard with a rear backup camera, while the Tacoma has an available wireless charging pad.
In terms of dimensions, the full-size Tundra is a bit bigger than the midsize Tacoma, though both have ample space for passengers and cargo in the cab. For the biggest, most comfortable cabin possible, get the CrewMax cab configuration, which offers a whopping 42.3 inches of backseat legroom.
Both the Tacoma and Tundra sport tough, rugged exteriors that make them perfect off-roading vehicles, though the Tundra is larger than the Tacoma, with a slightly larger cab and longer bed options.
The Tacoma comes with standard projector-beam headlights, while the Tundra comes with halogen headlights and fog lights.
Regardless of what you’re looking for in a pickup, both of these trucks come with a wide range of trim levels and cab configurations so you can customize it to your exact needs. Stop into Hurlbert Toyota and see what the Tacoma and Tundra have to offer for your needs.