In the world of pickup trucks, it can be difficult to determine which model is the right fit for you. So many models are similar with only small differences, so it is easy to get lost in the details instead of looking at the overall picture. That is when doing comparisons of similar models comes in handy, which is why we are pitting the 2017 Toyota Tundra vs 2017 RAM 1500 for you here. These models are similar in so many ways, but there are subtle differences that push the Tundra to the top.
While the 2017 Toyota Tundra does have a slightly higher price point, it also offers more in terms of performance and convenience features. The Tundra base model offers more seating space, and small improvements over the RAM 1500 like a standard cabin air filter to keep the air in your Tundra clean, and a standard remote keyless entry to make locking and unlocking your Tundra easier. The Tundra also has a higher maximum trailer weight of 6,800 pounds compared to the RAM 1500 maximum trailer weight of 4,830 pounds, so you can haul more in your Tundra.
|2017 Toyota Tundra||vs||2017 RAM 1500|
|4.6-liter V8||Engine||3.6-liter V6|
|6 passengers||Seating Capacity||3 passengers|
Get the 2017 Toyota Tundra at Truro Toyota
The 2017 Toyota Tundra has a sharp, athletic design that provides a responsive drive. Built with power in mind, the Tundra has powerful front brakes, an available 38-gallon fuel tank, and a body design built to haul and tow things. The bold front grille makes a powerful statement that will have you turning heads everywhere you go.
The interior design of the Tundra is comfortable and spacious. A vertical sliding rear window and available moonroof will allow you to let in fresh air and more light, giving the cabin a bright, open feel. Finely stitched seats show the thought that went into the design right down to the details, and plenty of technology features will keep you connected and comfortable on even the longest of drives.
The 2017 Toyota Tundra is available at Truro Toyota now. Visit the dealership to check out the Tundra today!