Lowest Cost to Own Pick-up Truck Toyota Tundra
When you decide to take the step and purchase a truck, it’s quite a decision. It’s one that you likely don’t take lightly. Buying a truck is not only an exciting decision, it’s also a weighty one. You want to make sure you get your money’s worth. In other words, when you put the keys to that brand-new truck in your hand, you want to make sure that this vehicle is going to last for several years.
Of course, you want all the perks and features that come with an awesome truck, but it needs to last a long time too. You want to be sure to find the best deal all the way around, which means a truck that is the lowest cost to operate, holds its value over time, and is overall a winning choice. Let’s take a look at our top picks for winning full-size pick-up truck.
One of the things that is so critical to consider when purchasing a pick-up truck is how much will you have into them once 5 years have passed. That’s why the Toyota Tundra is the #1 pick. Its reliable and trustworthy characteristics make it a favourite among drivers. In addition, 2020 Toyota Tundra features many other perks; it’s sure to be your favourite too.
It can haul up to 10,000 lbs, which makes it versatile for all types of people. This was just one of the reasons it got high marks for its best cost to own. If you ever were to sell the Tundra, you would attract a wide range of buyers.
The Toyota Tundra boasts a 38-gallon fuel tank so you can go the long haul without stopping to refuel. A 5.7-Liter Aluminum i-FORCE V8 engine delivers the power for 381 horsepower.
You won’t need to fret about safety because with the Toyota, you’ll have both the Toyota Safety Sense and the Star Safety System. These systems include:
- Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
- Lane Departure Alert
- Auto High Beams
- Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
- Vehicle Stability Control
- Traction Control
- Anti-Lock Brake System
- Brake Assist and Smart Stop Technology
The second place pick for best truck to own is the Ford F150. It’s hauling capacity is powerful with the capacity being between 5,000 – 8,000 lbs.
In addition, it is known for its advanced technology, which makes hauling cargo a breeze. You’ll have a broad range of beds, cabs, and engines from which to choose when you select the Ford F150.
Dodge Ram 1500
The third and final selection for best cost to own truck is the Dodge Ram 1500. With this truck you have the option of two hybrid blend engines, which is a plus for those looking to conserve fuel. Also, the Ram is a luxurious ride, which offers hauling capabilities as well as comfort and style. It also brings technology to the forefront with a massive 12-inch infotainment screen for convenience.
Comparison of Features
|Toyota Tundra||Ford F 150||Ram 1500
|Towing Capacity||8,800-10,200 lbs.||5,000-8,000 lbs.||6,280-7,250 lbs.
|Fuel Economy||13 city/18 highway||22 city/30 highway||20 city/26 highway
|Safety Features||Toyota Safety Sense and the Star Safety System||Ford Co-Pilot 360||Blind spot monitoring and other standard features
|5-Year Cost to Own||$45,920||$48,448||$49,525
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