The Most Important List of What the Toyota Tundra Can Tow

Toyota Tundra

The 2018 Toyota Tundra in its baseline SR trim can tow 6,800 lbs. When it’s equipped with the available 5.7L V8 engine, it can tow up 10,200 lbs. Different types of configurations will change the exact amount the Tundra can tow, but it ultimately comes down to a combination of the powertrain and other trim level options you select.

And what does 10,200 lbs actually look like? To answer this question, we crunched the numbers to determine what 10.200 lbs truly look likes in the form of:

  • Toyota Priuses
  • Hoverboards
  • Cats
  • Tacos

How Many Toyota Priuses Can the Tundra Tow?

The curb weight of the 2018 Toyota Prius averages about 3,050 lbs. With a maximum towing capability of 10,200 lbs, the Tundra can effectively tow around 3 2018 Toyota Priuses - one for you and two of your best friends. Why not take your Priuses on a road trip some time?

How Many Hoverboards Can the Tundra Tow?

With an average weight of 260 lbs, the Toyota Tundra can tow around 39 hoverboards. We won’t judge you for having 39 hoverboards, but at least you can tow them straight to the landfill with your fidget spinner collection.

How Many Cats Can the Tundra Tow?

The average domestic feline weighs about 9 lbs, which means that the Tundra can tow 1,133 cats. But you’re also going to need a lot of litter boxes for those 1,113 cats. Actually, on second thought, you probably shouldn’t be towing so many cats.

How Many Tacos Can the Tundra Tow?

It’s two hours before Taco Tuesday at the time of writing, and this author is hungry. Hungry enough, in fact, for the 27,200 tacos the Tundra can tow.

See the Toyota Tundra for Sale at Findlay Toyota

Whether you’re towing boats or your favorite cuisine, the Toyota Tundra has you covered. Read the Tundra reviews to see if it’s the right choice for you if you’re still not convinced, or let us know if you have any questions about other objects the Toyota Tundra can tow. (Fidget spinners? Cans of La Croix? Your hopes and dreams?)

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The Toyota Tundra is Proudly Manufactured in America

Toyota Tundra Performance

For over 15 years, the Toyota Tundra has been built right here in the United States, being the first full-size pickup truck to go from factory to showrooms on American soil. Though Toyota is a Japanese manufacturer, the Toyota Tundra owes its incredible durability to American manufacturing, and that’s been true since 1999! Available in five trim levels, the new Toyota Tundra boasts:

  • Towing capacity over 10,000 lbs with its i-Force 5.7L V8 engine
  • Toyota Entune infotainment interface for navigation and entertainment
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control to raise the bar for comfort

Easy Towing and Tough Abilities With the Toyota Tundra
Critics praise the Toyota Tundra for its spacious cabin and efficient engine power, and we think you’ll be quite impressed with this truck, from its headlights to its tailgate!

  • A 38-gallon fuel tank lets you go further without stopping.
  • Available leather-faced seating looks sharp and offers supreme accommodations.
  • Standard Toyota Safety Sense P gives you Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and more.
  • An integrated backup camera makes it safer to take advantage of the Toyota Tundra towing abilities.
  • An available power tilt/slide moonroof for deluxe sunny days and fresh air in the cabin!

Test the Toyota Tundra Today at Findlay Toyota
See the Toyota Tundra in action by taking one for a test drive at Findlay Toyota. We can schedule an appointment with you when you call our sales team at [di_option option="di_phone_sales"], or you can walk in to visit us today! Don’t hesitate to reach out online if you have any questions we can answer for you.

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Where to Buy Used Double Cab Trucks in Las Vegas

2017 Toyota Tacoma Performance

Ok, so you’re looking for a capable vehicle on a budget and you want to know where to buy used double cab trucks in Las Vegas. At Findlay Toyota, we pride ourselves on our inventory of affordable double cab trucks, giving you a spacious cabin that works for family adventures or workday commutes — while also giving you the cargo capabilities you need to get the job done. Learn why buying a used double cab truck is a great idea before you visit our dealership today!

The Benefits of a Used Double Cab Truck

Buying a used double cab truck gives you a great discount on a capable vehicle. Double cab configurations can often boost the price of a truck quite a bit due to the impressive space and abilities of the truck — but this is not the case with a pre-owned truck. When you buy from a trusted dealer like Findlay Toyota, you have the peace of mind that the truck has passed our inspection to be worthy of resale so that you can leave the lot confident that you made a smart purchase.

Why Buy at Findlay Toyota

We pride ourselves on our fair sales of both new and used trucks. We’ll offer you a fair trade-in value on your current vehicle to apply to your purchase so you can buy outright or pay off your vehicle sooner. Our dedicated sales team will work with you on your individual needs to find the right used truck on your budget, and we have a state-of-the-art repair facility to service your truck for years to come by expert technicians. You’ll be treated to first-class treatment as backed by our Toyota President’s Cabin Award we’ve received the last few years--an award only received by up to 12 dealers nationwide annually!

Explore Our Inventory Today

You’ll find a vast inventory of pre-owned vehicles t Findlay Toyota including double cab trucks at a great price. Visit our dealership to see what we have in stock at [di_dealer_option street_address=“”] in [di_dealer_option city=“”] and let us help you finance your next truck. You can speak with a sales specialist about any vehicle in our used inventory at [di_option option="di_phone_sales"], We are also available to answer your questions if you leave us a message online!

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Increase Fuel Economy in your 2016 Toyota Tundra with These Tips

2016 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra

Trucks like the 2016 Toyota Tundra are great for a number of things like towing, hauling, and off-road capabilities. Unfortunately, they aren-t always the most fuel efficient. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make the most of your gas tank. Here-s what you should know about the highs and lows of fuel efficiency.

Driving Style. So, your truck holds a certain amount of fuel. While this is true, there is much more to fuel efficiency than the size of your gas tank. A large part of how well your truck does in fuel efficiency is due to your driving habits. For instance, do you drive aggressively? It may be time to relearn the basics of drivers ed, because speeding, rapid acceleration, and braking are all huge gas wasters, lowering gas mileage by 33% at highway speeds and 5% around town. Sensible driving - actually following the speed limit, not tailgating, and so on - will not only increase fuel efficiency for savings at the pump, but it-s much safer for everyone on the road, including yourself.

Remove Extra Weight. That cargo bed may be one of your favorite features of your pickup truck, but you may want to leave it empty when you can. Any extra weight your vehicle has to lug around equals to decreased fuel efficiency; and the heavier the item, the more it plummets.

Hit Cruise Control. Cruise control is a nice feature for making long drives more comfortable behind the wheel, but this handy button is actually a good way to save on gas. With the help of cruise control, your truck will remain at a constant speed, which helps eliminate extra fuel from being burned unnecessarily.

Adapt to Changes in Temperature. Depending on where you live (and drive), outside temperatures can range from the hottest of the hot to the coldest of the cold. Hot and cold temperatures both negatively affect fuel economy.

Cold weather, for instance, can significantly reduce fuel economy. This is due to a number of reasons, including:

  • Warming up a near-frozen vehicle before hitting the road burns gas and gets you zero miles per gallon.
  • Heated seats, window defrosters, and other extra features cause more power to be used.
  • Winter grades of gasoline have slightly less energy per gallon than summer blends.
  • The engine takes longer to reach its most fuel-efficient temperature.

Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help your truck better adapt to changes in weather, such as:

  • Parking in warmer places, such as a garage, to increase the initial temperature of your engine and cabin.
  • Minimize idling to warm the engine; they warm up fastest when being driven.
  • Avoid excessive use of seat warmers and defrosters.

For more information on the 2016 Toyota Tundra and tips for better fuel economy, visit our dealership in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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The 2015 Toyota Tundra: a truly capable workhorse and off-road companion

2015 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra

The 2015 Tundra marks one of the few truly off-road high-performance full-size trucks on the market - it also remains a capable workhouse. Not only is the Tundra a quality work truck and off-road companion, but it has a stand-out interior that is comfortable, spacious, and filled with some nice tech gadgets. Continue reading to learn more about the 2015 Tundra.

The 2015 Tundra is powered by one of two engines - both being being V8s. The 4.6-liter V8 comes standard on SR double cab models and all SR5 models. Paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, maximum towing capacity ranges between 6,400 and 6,800 ponds.

The 5.7-liter V8 can be found on all 4WD regular cabs, as well as Limited, Platinum, 1794, and TRD Pro trims - its optional on all other models. This engine creates a bit more power and when paired to the six-speed automatic transmission, it offers a maximum towing capacity between 9,800 and 10,500 pounds.

A nice aspect of the Tundra is the generous choice list that lets you have your truck your way. The 2015 Tundra is available in three body styles, two wheel bases, and six trim levels. Lots to choose from, huh?

The base-level SR provides solid equipment an features from keyless entry, heated mirrors, full power accessories, heated mirrors, full power accessories, windshield wiper de-icer, damped tailgate, cruise control, and two 12-volt power outlets. It also sports a matte-black lower front bumper, rear bumper and grille surround, plus tow hooks. The tech list is enjoyable with a 6.1-inch Entune touchscreen interface and four-speaker audio system with all the essentials, like CD player, USB port, iPod interface, and auxiliary audio jack. The SR is also eligible for a bedrail system if you choose.

Opting for the Limited (available in double cab and CrewMax) means nice luxury features, like heated mirrors, upscale silver bullet grille, bedrail system, and leather upholstery. A navigation and smartphone app suite integration system is a nice bonus.

The off-road-themed TRD Pro trim is definitely worth your while if you plan to ride off the pavement. Available in double cab and CrewMax body styles, the TRD Pro is equipped with bonus items, such as: TRD dual exhaust, Bilstein shocks, two-inch increase in ride height, unique exterior styling details, and front skid plate. Seats are comfortable bucket seats and adorn attractive red stitching. Technology gets a nice boost with the inclusion of a larger, seven-inch touchscreen with satellite and HD radio. The TRD Pro also comes with the option of a spray-in bed liner.

For a top-performance pickup, opt for the 2015 Toyota Tundra. Check it out at our dealerships in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada.

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For a Seriously Capable Truck, Opt for the 2015 Toyota Tundra

2015 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra stands as a seriously capable truck. Tow rates match some of the best in its class and the TRD-Pro trim level offers impressive off-road-oriented capabilities. If you-re in the market for a full-size pickup, the 2015 Tundra offers many pros that make it worth your while.

New and Improved for 2015: The Tundra was given a major redesign just last year, but Toyota awarded yet another round of changes to the 2015 lineup. The Tundra no longer houses a V6 engine, and instead, offers a choice between two V8s. The 4.6-liter V8 is paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, producing 310 horsepower and 327 pound-feet of torque. The 5.7-liter V8 is also paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, but it-s much stronger with 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque.

?Tow rates are excellent for both engines with a max tow capacity of 6,800 pounds with the 4.6-liter and 10,500 pounds with the 5.7-liter. Note that these rates depend on body style and for properly equipped trucks.

Power, towing ? what else could the Tundra offer? You guessed it - speed! In zero to 60 mph testing, the Tundra TRD Pro sprinted it in just 6.7 seconds - a quicker-than-average time for the segment.

The Tundra also gained a new TRD-Pro trim level, which comes with off-road capable gear, like skid plates, off-road tires, Bilstein shocks and raised suspension.

More to Enjoy: While the Tundra offers power, towing and speed, it also boasts much more. The 2015 lineup features a huge list of trim levels that come with content that will please most.

The SR begins the lineup and comes with better-than-average entry-level equipment and features. It has keyless entry, heated mirrors, full power accessories, cruise control and two 12-volt power outlets. It also has a matte black lower front bumper, rear bumper and grille surround, plus tow hooks and windshield wiper de-icer. Electronics include a generous list with everything from Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity to 6.1-inch Entune touchscreen interface and four-speaker audio system with CD player, USB port, iPod interface and auxiliary audio jack.

Skipping up to the Limited trim means many more upscale niceties to make your time on the road more enjoyable. It has heated mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, heated front bucket seats and 20-inch alloy wheels. It also features a premium grille and bed rail system. More tech features are also included on the Limited with a navigation system and smartphone app suite that integrates into the Entune touchscreen.

Another trim worth mentioning is the Platinum. With it comes real luxury content, such as power-folding and auto-dimming outside mirrors, premium leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats and driver-seat memory functions. It also features more chrome detailing and special 20-inch wheels. Audio gets a big jump up with a 12-speaker JBL sound system.

For more info on this must-have truck, visit us in Henderson and Las Vegas, Nevada.

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