Choosing a pickup truck is more than just finding a model that catches your eye. Drivers planning on doing any serious towing or hauling with their truck will also need to make sure it offers the towing and payload performance that matches their task list. Learn more about the performance of the 2019 Toyota Tundra and 2019 Toyota Tacoma models below.
2019 Toyota Tundra vs 2019 Toyota Tacoma: Performance Specs
2019 Tundra Towing, Payload, and Ground Clearance Specs
The full-size 2019 Toyota Tundra is going to give drivers the best performance in the Toyota pickup truck lineup. With a max towing capacity of 10,200-pounds when properly equipped and a max payload capacity of up to 1,730-pounds, the 2019 Tundra is the best choice for drivers who want to haul large boats, campers, and trailers. A ground clearance of up to 10.6-inches also helps Tundra drivers to navigate uneven terrain when tackling their to-do lists or exploring the outdoors.
2019 Tacoma Towing, Payload, and Ground Clearance Specs
While the 2019 Toyota Tacoma’s performance specs aren’t as heavy-duty as the Tundras, they are still perfect for drivers who want the capability of a truck bed and have light towing and hauling needs. The 2019 Toyota Tacoma offers a maximum towing capacity of up to 6,800-pounds when properly equipped and a payload capacity of up to 1,620-pounds. The Tacoma’s ground clearance is also a bit smaller than the Tundras at 9.4-inches but should provide plenty of clearance for light off-roading.
Car shoppers near Knoxville who are interested in the 2019 Toyota pickup truck lineup can find the 2019 Tundra and 2019 Tacoma now available for test drive and purchase at Fox Toyota. Our team would be happy to work with you individually at the dealership to discuss your towing and hauling needs so we can help match you with the 2019 Toyota pickup truck that is going to offer the right performance.