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3 Reasons to Buy Your 2020 Toyota Tundra, or a 2019, Right Now

Toyota Tundra is tough and reliable. Here are some important reasons you may want to buy one before the end of the year.

This is the time of year when it becomes incredible appealing and tempting to purchase a new vehicle. For the 2020 Toyota Tundra, it might be the ideal time to pull the trigger. This same theory also applies to 2019 Tundra.

2020 Tundra has new upgrades

The 2020 Toyota Tundra has recently begun arriving at dealerships, complete with useful upgrades and updates. These new additions may be enough reason to get a new truck sooner than later.

For multimedia fans, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard features on all 2020 Tundra trucks. SiriusXM is also standard on every grade level. This move toward across-the-board satellite radio will help not only Tundra buyers, but also 2020 Camry and 2020 RAV4 owners. Passengers can view these new applications on larger touch screens ranging from 7 inches to 8 inches.

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Everyone enjoys having options. You can find this versatility with the 2020 Tundra TRD Pro. Full-size Tundra truck buyers can now choose between a CrewMax and a Double Cab configuration based on whether you need more back seat passenger space or more cargo bed length (5.5 feet versus 6.5 feet).

Smart Key push button start has also been added to SR5 with TRD Off-Road, TRD Sport, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition and TRD Pro trim levels. This important and useful feature brings with it extra convenience and safety for passengers.

Great time for deals on 2019 Tundra

While 2020 Tundra certainly is attractive based on these new features, this might be the perfect time to jump on a brand new 2019 Tundra. This is the time of year that Toyota holds their annual Toyotathon promotion. Often this giant sales campaign comes with extra money and/or lower finance rates for buyers until the end of the calendar year.

Also, a majority of dealerships all across the country are trying to promote themselves and their specials in order to meet sales goals they have set for themselves.

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With transport trucks filled with 2020 Tundras, including the 2020 Army Green TRD Pro, making their daily visits to dealers, there is a strong need to sell leftover 2019 models. This is another reason you might get a tempting deal right now.

Toyota Tundra is a great value

Owners of the Toyota Tundra know from experience they have a truck that is not only high quality, but also reliable and dependable for the length of time they will drive it. It is also common knowledge these Tundras are expected to last for many hundreds of thousands of miles. This is peace of mind and owner satisfaction.

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These are all reasons the Tundra was named in the Top 5 for Kelley Blue Book’s 2019 Top Resale Value vehicles. Not only is it reliable, but it is an excellent value with low cost of ownership over time.

Time for your thoughts on Toyota Tundra

What do you think of the Toyota Tundra? Do you own one now and what has your experience been so far with it? How many miles do you have on your truck? Are you in the market for a new one?

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