You have options out there when you are looking for a truck, but have you considered what Toyota has to offer? You are bound to be impressed by the Toyota Tundra, and we are ready to show you why. Learn what we mean as we compare it against the Chevy offering with our 2020 Toyota Tundra vs 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 comparison. We will look at power, performance, features, and more to find you your best option.
If the Tundra already looks to be the right truck for you, then we can’t blame you. In fact, if you are looking for a new Tundra near Pittsburgh or Cranberry Township, PA, then you should check out our new Tundra inventory at Baierl Toyota by clicking the link below. Otherwise, keep reading to learn about everything that we have to offer.
2020 Toyota Tundra
2020 Chevy Silverado 1500
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Power is important to a truck and that’s why the Tundra packs a punch with a standard V8 engine. This engine comes with every Tundra trim level from the base SR trim on up. It provides up to 381 horsepower too! That’s more than any engine you can fit on the base trim of the Silverado 1500 which comes with a V6 as standard equipment.
Adaptive cruise control is a wonderful new feature, but it has been very slow to be adopted by trucks. This isn’t for any technical reason other than most truck manufactures like getting by while doing the bare minimum. That is not Toyota and that is why this feature comes standard on every Tundra. In fact, even if you opt for the highest Silverado 1500 trim level, the High Country, you still have to pay extra for the feature as it is not included standard on any trim. Keep in mind that the High Country is already more expensive than the highest Tundra trim and nearly $20,000 more than the base Tundra SR trim which does include adaptive cruise control.
Speaking of features, how about a CD player? CD players are disappearing from many vehicles, but Toyota recognizes that CDs and the ability to play them are still important to many truck buyers. That’s why Toyota includes a CD Player standard. Chevy doesn’t offer a CD Player at all on the Silverado 1500 no matter how much you pay them.