Toyota Tundra Comes With a Steel Bed Too
Recently, Chevy poked holes in the Ford F-150’s aluminum bed. Quite literally poked holes.
While the video is a fun marketing gimmick, really, it does highlight some of the differences between the two metals. And, while yes, most truck buyers will opt for a spray-in bedliner for their truck, it still is startling to see the amount of damage the Ford F-150 takes.
Oh and in case you were wondering, the Tundra has a steel bed. 🙂
Filed Under: TundraHeadquarters.com