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2018 Toyota Tundra vs 2017 Toyota Tundra

While there are other vehicle segments that offer power, hauling, and off-roading ability, there is nothing like a pickup truck to get the job done. When you buy one from Toyota, you know you are getting a reliable model that can withstand tough jobs or off-roading trips like a champ. With the 2018 model available at dealerships now, you may be questioning if you should save a few dollars and get the older model, or spring for the new model year. Let's compare the 2018 Toyota Tundra vs 2017 Toyota Tundra to see which model year is right for you.

For starters, the 2018 Tundra will have a larger starting MSRP, but not by much. The 2017 model started at $30,120 while the 2018 model starts just a pinch higher at $31,120. So, is the extra money worth it? Read about what's new this year below to find out.

2018 Toyota Tundra vs 2017 Toyota Tundra

2018 Toyota Tundra

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2017 Toyota Tundra

$31,120 Starting MSRP $30,120
4.6 Liter V8 Base Engine 4.6 Liter V8
310 Horsepower 310
6 Seating Capacity 6

What's New for the 2018 Toyota Tundra

The 2018 Toyota Tundra will be gaining a new performance trim level, design updates, and the Toyota Safety Sense system for the new model year. This, in our opinion, makes the slight price increase totally worth it when you consider the value the updates bring. With the Toyota Safety Sense system alone drivers will have driver assist features like a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, automatic high beams, and dynamic radar cruise control as standard on all trim levels. These features are commonly only found on higher trim levels for a much larger cost making all trims on the 2018 Tundra a great investment.

Anyone interested in the 2018 Toyota Tundra is encouraged to check out the online inventory on the Fox Toyota website to see which Tundra models are currently available on the lot. Then, when you find something you like, stop by the dealership to see the model in person and get behind the wheel with a test drive.