Jason Lancaster is the editor and founder of TundraHeadquarters.com. He has nearly a decade of experience on the retail side of the auto industry, and another decade of experience of the part and accessory side of the industry.
The people up at Mountain States Toyota, in addition to helping sponsor my site, graciously met up with me in downtown Denver to take some photos of the new Tundra in front of some Denver landmarks. You can see the photos on flickr.com — they’re all tagged “tundrahq”. Or, click here.
Thanks again to Mountain States Toyota for letting me take pictures of their Tundra truck. I hope to get more photos of a new CrewMax Limited when one becomes available.
This comparison is from 2007 and is out-dated. Check out our 2009 Tundra vs. F-150 comparison instead.
As promised, we’re going to deliver a comprehensive comparison of the new 2007 Toyota Tundra to the best-selling truck in the world, the Ford F150. We’re going to start with the mechanical systems and components of the truck, specifically items where either manufacturer has a clear edge. This isn’t an exhaustive comparison, but it is going to give anyone considering both vehicles some helpful information.
Let Round One of Tundra v. F150 begin!!
If you’re considering purchasing a new Toyota Tundra, then you’re probably curious about financing. As of March, 2007, Toyota is offering special interest rates on the new Toyota Tundra. However, are these special rates the best financing deal for your new Tundra? Here are some questions you can ask yourself: