I think the best a Tundra can do is 17mpg on the highway. Most over at the Tundra are getting around 14 moxed. I’m averaging 20 with mixed driving on my Silverado w/o a tonneau cover. The Tundra V8 did not feel any stronger to me during test drives than the 5.3.
Yes I have heard the new Tundra will be coming out in the next couple of years. May have a hybrid system. But the current truck did not feel secure or planted like the Silverado. I love Toyota reliability, here’s to hoping the Silverado can give me years of good service
I am a Chevy guy in terms of my past Camaro’s and Corvettes. I am a Toyota guy coming from 4Runners and I still drive a 2000 Landcruiser. I recently bought a 2017 Silverado LTZ crew cab after thinking I was going to buy a Tundra. I am a big fan of Toyota because of their reliability. My Landcruiser has 189000 miles and still goes strong. That being said I could not believe how horrible the Tundra’s drove. They have a very floaty feeling to them and have soft brakes. I was amazed how planted the Chevy was when I test drove it. Very nice interior and tech. The thing that kills me is they are made in Mexico. My father was giving me crap about Toyota’s until I told him they were made in Texas. He always buys the W/T version and those are made in the US. Anyway I love the Silverado I hope it is a work horse for years to come
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