The Toyota Tundra is arguably the best truck on the market. It’s combination of power, resale value, safety, reliability, and comfort place it at the top of the heap. In fact, the Tundra’s 5 year ownership cost figures are excellent. From KBB.com:
Still, the Tundra isn’t exactly cheap, is it? When you breakdown the five year ownership cost figure, you find that a big chunk of it (about $17,000) is fuel.
Therefore, if you want to save money, one of the smartest things you can do is cut your fuel use. Here are some simple, sure-fire ways to reduce the amount of fuel you buy.
It’s official now, the Obama Administration has announced that the 2025 54.5 mpg fuel economy standards are now finalized. Which side of the debate are you on?
All the talk of creating more fuel efficient vehicles and more alternative fuels being used could have a negative impact on the government’s fuel tax which could mean taxpayers would have to make up the difference.