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What is the difference between Tacoma and Tundra?

Asked by Denton Perez, Last updated: Aug 07, 2020

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E.Evelyn

E.Evelyn

Answered Mar 03, 2020

If in case you are wondering what the Tacoma and the Tundra are, these trucks are created by Toyota. The Tacoma is considered to be a mid-sized truck while the Tundra is considered to be full-sized. The aesthetics of these pick up trucks are different from each other.

One of the most obvious differences is the grilles. The Tundra is known to be stockier. This will come with a large bumper, and you will also notice that the bumper is more protruding as compared to the Tacoma. One of the versions of the Tacoma will have a hood scoop, which can surely set this apart from the Tundra.

 

Daniel Drake

Daniel Drake

Answered Feb 28, 2020

Although Tacoma and Tundra are two types of vehicles from the same manufacturer, Toyota, the two have so many things that can be used to differentiate one from the other. However, Tundra is mostly regarded as the real deal out of the two vehicles. This is because Tundra is equipped with so many things that are lacking in Tacoma, although, Tacoma is also good in its own way.

For instance, Tacoma is equipped with an engine that will help you manage your fuel, while Tundra is not as efficient as Tacoma in this aspect. Six people can conveniently sit in Tundra, while Tacoma can only contain five people conveniently. The interior look of Tundra cannot be compared with that of Tacoma. The interior dimension of Tundra is very wide, long and tall, and that's why it is big enough to accommodate six people. The maximum towing capacity of Tundra is 10,800 pounds, while that of Tacoma is 6,500 pounds.
 

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