Toyota Tundra

Why we feel confident in our 2013 Toyota Tundras

The Toyota Tundra is a great truck. Built for completing any tough job thrown at them, we knew we can rely on this model to get us to wherever we needed to go, with all of our supplies fitting in nicely.

 

Something I love about this Toyota is the amount of customization opportunities you are given. Enabling you to create a vehicle to your standards, making it exactly fit your needs.It has 3 different sizes of body, which you can choose based on amount of passengers and spare room you feel you may need. Then they also give you another 3 choices for the size of your bed. Again, you can choose whichever you feel will do you the most good and be sufficient for your needs in the truck.

After you choose the size of your truck, there are 3 different trim levels; regular grade, limited grade, and platinum grade. Each of these grades move up in extra features, enabling you to have more comfort and ease in your vehicle.

All of these are personal choices, and wants to really personalize your vehicle so that it can do exactly what you want. But everyones needs for the basics of a vehicle are the same.

Toyota Tundra

AXIS Inspection heading to a job site

The Toyota Tundra is a very safe vehicle.It is named Top Safety Pick for 2013. The Tundra is virtually cocooning you in airbags if an accident were to occur. With eight standard airbags including front seat-mounted side airbags, and front and rear Roll-sensing Side Curtain Airbags in all models, driver and front outboard passenger airbags with an Advanced Airbag System, and the segments only driver and front outboard passenger knee airbags.

Gas mileage is never too pretty when it comes to the intake your truck requires. With that being said, these trucks do a nice job of staying at moderate, fair point. These trucks use, on average, one gallon for every 15 miles. (6.25 kilometres for every litre)

These trucks are built to last. Although only having them for a year and a half, we are well aware of how durable and dependable these trucks are. We never have to worry about overstuffing or stretching the Tundra past its limits. Because the limits this truck has far surpass our restraints.

These trucks have served us well over the past 10 years in business.  Looking forward to the next 10!

Until next week,

Bonnie Pankratz

bonnie@axisinspection.com