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Versatile Toyota Tundra Pickup Trucks Available in St. Albans

With long winters and miles of dirt roads, drivers in Franklin County and St. Albans need a vehicle that can handle anything. The full-sized Toyota Tundra we have here at Handy Toyota can take on your dirt road, off-road trail, and your occasional blizzard with ease and style.

The Toyota Tundra puts drivers in charge of how they want their truck customized, with a choice of three different cab styles, two wheelbases, and three bed lengths. Plus, there are several trim options and two powerful V8 engines to choose from.

Toyota Tundra Options in St. Albans

Here at Handy Toyota, our collection of the Toyota Tundra pickup truck changes regularly. But, some of the configurations you can find on our lot include:

  • Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR5
  • Toyota Tundra Double Cab Limited
  • Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR5 TRD Off-Road 4WD
  • Toyota Tundra CrewMax SR5
  • Toyota Tundra CrewMax Platinum
  • Toyota Tundra CrewMax 1794 Off-Road 4WD

The engines options for the Toyota Tundra range from powerful to even more powerful. There's a 4.6-liter V8 with 310 horsepower and 327 pound feet of torque, or a 5.7-liter V8 that offers 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque.

Which engine your exact Toyota Tundra will have depends on which can style and trim level you choose. Please check with our Handy Toyota sales professionals for the most up-to-date information on engine and trim availability.

Of course, when shopping for a full-sized pickup truck, what most Franklin County drivers want to know is what it can handle utility-wise. We have good news for you there, because, depending on which configuration you go for, our Toyota Tundra models can tow up to 10,500 pounds, and haul just around a ton, or two thousand pounds, in its bed.

Toyota Tundra Awards

The Toyota Tundra has been a mainstay of the Toyota truck lineup for many years. Continued improvements to design and capability year after year have led the Tundra to sit among the highly awarded. And, 2017 was no different, the Tundra took home 12 awards ranging from resale value to ownership costs.

  • Kelly Blue Book Awards
    - KBB Best Resale Value: Full-Size Pickup Truck
    - KBB Best Resale Value: Top 10
  • Industry Accolades
    - Largest front brakes equipped with four-piston brake calipers in its class
    - Over 90% if all Toyota Tundras sold over the last 10 years are still on the road today
    - Offers the largest fuel tank in its class
  • IntelliChoice Awards
    - Named a best overall value
    - Named an excellent value
    - Double Cab model named an excelled value
    - Double Cab Model Named a Lowest Ownership Costs Winner
    - Regular Cab Model Named a Lowest Maintenance Costs Winner
    - CrewMax model named a highest retained value winner
    - Double Cab model named a SmartChoice retained value

Compare the Toyota Tundra to the Competition

You're on the search for a full-size truck with full-size capabilities for the demands of your daily life. That's why you shouldn't compromise when it comes to power, performance, and versatility. Many pickup drivers have realized this when they come to Handy Toyota and explore the Toyota Tundra. Equipped with the standard equipment you need to handle the toughest jobs the Tundra stacks up nicely against the competition. See the following comparisons between the Toyota Tundra, Ford F-150, and GMC Sierra to learn why our customers choose the Toyota Tundra as their workhorse.

Toyota Tundra vs. GMC Sierra 1500

  • Power
    The Toyota Tundra does everything but compromise when it comes to power. Equipped with a standard eight-cylinder engine. This pickup produces 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque that you can only find in a higher trim GMC Sierra 1500.
  • Capability
    Thanks to the power of the V8 engine in the Toyota Tundra it can out-tow the Sierra 1500. In-fact the Tundra out-tows the Sierra by over 1,500 pounds in standard towing capacity.
  • Job Versatility
    We all know that full-size pickups aren't necessarily fuel-efficient, that's why having enough fuel space is important. The Tundra gives you a whopping 38-gallon tank for versatility in driving over long distances and between job sites.

Toyota Tundra vs. Ford F-150

  • Power
    Arguably the most important feature of a pickup is its engine. The Toyota Tundra comes equipped with a standard eight-cylinders that produce 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. Giving you more ability to tow and haul than the Ford F-150.
  • Towing Capacity
    If you spend a lot of time trailering heavy equipment you can't skimp on performance. The Toyota Tundra gives you an 8,900-pound towing capacity standard, nearly 4,000 pounds more than the standard Ford F-150's.
  • Standard Equipment
    At equitable trim levels the Toyota Tundra delivers more for less. The Tundra gives you a standard tow package, trailer hitch, cabin air vent, power vertical sliding rear window, and skid plate all for less than an equally equipped Ford F-150.
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