A pickup truck is meant to handle the toughest of jobs with ease, whether that means navigating paved highways or roughing it on the road less traveled. With so many reliable trucks to choose from, it’s important to weigh your options and ensure you’re getting the model that best suits you.
In an effort to help you make a well-informed buying decision, we are taking a look at how the 2019 Toyota Tundra and 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 stack up against one another. For the purpose of this comparison, we are focusing on the base double cab models for each pickup.
Performance is what matters most when it comes to choosing a pickup truck. The Toyota Tundra happens to stand out from the GMC Sierra in this category, with 310 horsepower and 327 lb-ft of torque with its base engine. The Tundra also happens to excel in terms of fuel economy, allowing drivers to achieve EPA-estimated 15 city and 19 highway mpg. Both of these base double cab models offer seating for up to six passengers as well as plenty of cargo space in the truck bed. To improve on-road safety, the 2019 Tundra comes with standard lane departure warning and automatic high beams, both of which are not available on the base trim of the GMC Sierra 1500. At the end of the day, you need to decide which model best meets your needs and desires. But first, we ought to mention the Tundra is available for a more affordable starting price than the GMC Sierra double cab.
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It’s no secret that the Toyota Tundra is one tough companion. If you want a reliable, capable pickup by your side, look no further. The 2019 Tundra is available in multiple different trim levels, cab configurations, and bed sizes, allowing each individual driver to find the model that is right for them. We invite you to check out our current inventory of Tundra models at Toyota Vacaville and schedule a time to get behind the wheel at your convenience.