Why Buy A Toyota Truck?

April 28th, 2020 by

When it comes time to buy a new truck, Tampa drivers should consider Stadium Toyota. The Toyota truck lineup includes the Toyota Tacoma and Toyota Tundra, two exceptional pickup trucks. Whether you’re taking on a tough trail or doing your daily job, Toyota trucks offer the convenience, performance, and towing capacity you’ve been searching for in a truck. 

The Tacoma is our midsize pickup truck that features excellent off-road capability. The larger Tundra is our full-size pickup truck that brings the strength needed for even the toughest jobs. Regardless of what features you’re searching for in your next truck, the Toyota truck lineup is sure to excite. 

Why Buy the Toyota Tacoma?

2020 Toyota Tacoma

If you’re planning to take your new truck on off-road adventures, the Toyota Tacoma may be the right choice for you. The Tacoma offers an off-road experience like no other with available features including Crawl Control (1), which automatically modulates the Tacoma’s throttle and brakes on five low-speed settings. With Hill Start Assist Control (2), you’ll safely get up hills due to technology that helps you from rolling backward when moving your foot from the brake to the gas pedal. The Tacoma also offers two different engines to give you the efficiency and power you need in a truck.

When it comes to safety, the Tacoma provides a great suite of standard safety features to keep you and your passengers remain safe on the road. When your Tacoma detects an upcoming collision, you’ll be alerted with various audio and visual alerts due to the built-in pre-collision system. In addition, your Tacoma will alert you if it detects lane departure on roads with visible lane markings. 

Why Buy the Toyota Tundra?

The Toyota Tundra was built with the strength to handle even the toughest jobs. The suspension and performance in the Tundra deliver every time you put them to the test. With up to 10,200 pounds towing capacity(3) and a 38-gallon fuel tank, you’ll be able to get through the workday with ease. And with TOW/HAUL mode(3), the Tundra will hold lower gears longer so that you don’t have to keep hunting for the right gear when towing. The massive 13.9-inch front brake rotors make it easy to make a stop, even while hauling heavier loads. There’s no doubt that the Tundra is a great companion for both work and play!

Purchase Your Toyota Truck at Stadium Toyota Today!

When you purchase a Toyota truck from Stadium Toyota, you can be sure you’re getting outstanding towing, performance, and safety features. View our full Toyota truck inventory online, then stop by our Tampa dealership for a test drive!

(1)  Crawl Control is designed for driving on difficult terrain at low speeds and assists the driver by controlling acceleration and braking, allowing the driver to focus on steering. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

 

(2) Hill Start Assist Control is designed to help minimize backward rolling on steep ascents. It is not a substitute for safe driving judgment and practices. Factors including speed, grade, surface conditions and driver input can all affect whether HAC will be effective in preventing a loss of control. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

 

(3)Before towing, confirm your vehicle and trailer are compatible, hooked up and loaded properly and that you have any necessary additional equipment. Do not exceed any Weight Ratings and follow all instructions in your Owner’s Manual. The maximum you can tow depends on base curb weight plus the total weight of any cargo, occupants, and added vehicle equipment. “Added vehicle equipment” includes additional standard/optional equipment and accessories added by the manufacturer, dealers, and/or vehicle owners. The only way to be certain of your vehicle’s exact curb weight is to weigh your vehicle without passengers or cargo. [Calculated with the new SAE J2807 method.] Installation of a tow hitch receiver or other accessories located near the rear bumper may require disabling or removing the kick sensor, and the sensor operation setting in your vehicle should be turned off. See Owner’s Manual for limitations. 

 

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