Used Toyota Tundra

If you’re seeking a new pickup truck, you should expect to dish out a whole lot of money. Sure, there are several affordable options in this segment, but drivers should anticipate spending at least $20,000. For many potential car buyers, this is much too expensive, which puts them in a bit of a predicament. Some of these customers likely need a pickup truck to help them with their jobs. However, if they can’t afford said pickup truck, how are they expected to complete their duties?

Fortunately, there’s a way for these consumers to acquire that pickup truck without being required to shell out so much cash. By opting for a used truck, these drivers can get a perfectly dependable vehicle for a fraction of the price. Plus, these prospective buyers don’t even need to pursue an older pickup that’s on its final leg. Assuming you have the necessary amount of money in your budget, these buyers could pursue a used, recent-year model. Therefore, they can still appreciate many of the same features and capabilities, but they won’t have to pay full-price.

Of course, the next step is to figure out which pickup is the right choice. Well, if you’re looking for a vehicle that specializes in a number of different areas, then pursuing a used Toyota Tundra in Cincinnati, Ohio is the proper choice for you. By specifically pursuing a 2014, 2015, or 2016 model, drivers can expect their used pickup to be rather similar to the new 2017 model.

Of course, it’s worth noting that these vehicles aren’t particularly easy to find on a used lot. During that three-year span, the brand sold a bit more than 350,000 units. It’s silly to expect all of these Tundras to be sitting on some used car lot, as many of the original owners are presumably still riding around in their pickup.

Fortunately, it’s not all that difficult to come across a Tundra, especially if you live in the Cincinnati, Ohio area. McCluskey Automotive can access a vast database of used vehicles, so they can get that used Toyota Tundra delivered directly to your front door. Why would you look elsewhere when McCluskey makes it so easy?

Now that you’ve determined that a used Toyota Tundra is the proper choice, it’s important to figure out which of the model years is the best option. Take a look at the notable inclusions in each version, and you’ll have more clarity on which pickup you’re going to pursue…

 

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When most people begin their search for a used pickup truck to purchase, the Toyota Tundra is not always the first vehicle that comes to mind. For whatever reason, the Tundra has not been a top choice for buyers in this segment, until now. More and more used pickup truck buyers are looking to Toyota, and its award-winning Tundra to fulfill their automotive needs. Despite being produced by a Japanese automaker, the Tundra has been built in the United States since it first came to market back in 1999.

The second generation of Toyota’s full size pickup began in 2007, and some of our favorite models from the Tundra lineup followed shortly thereafter. If you are searching for a reliable used pickup truck here in Cincinnati, you can’t go wrong with a Toyota Tundra from the 2007-2013 model years. Because these trucks are so popular right now, they can be harder to find at local dealerships in the tri-state area. Luckily, McCluskey Automotive has plenty of these used Toyota Tundra models in stock, and ready for you to test drive today. Rather than waste your time searching for your next pickup at other local dealerships, come to the name that area residents trust most when it comes to buying quality pre-owned cars, trucks, and SUVs – McCluskey Automotive.

 

The Best Years of the Toyota Tundra to Buy Used

 

 

Toyota has been manufacturing exceptional Tundra pickups for over eighteen years, which means there are plenty of used options available for buyers. While some car shoppers may be searching for an original 1999 Tundra, we tend to believe that more consumers are interested in newer models of the Toyota pickup. Based on the satisfaction of drivers who have owned these pickup trucks, we have compiled a list of the best years to purchase a used Toyota Tundra for sale at McCluskey Automotive. Discover what each model has to offer that is unique from the previous year, and why used truck buyers are frantically trying to get their hands on the wheel of this highly sought-after pickup.

2007 Toyota Tundra: This year of the Toyota Tundra marked the second generation for the pickup truck, and featured a complete redesign from the previous model year. Offered in more configurations than any other pickup at the time, the Tundra was widely recognized as the truck for buyers who wanted a vehicle that was capable of conforming to their particular needs. Buyers could choose from a Regular, Double, or CrewMax body style, and could opt for 2WD or 4WD capability. Adding to the allure of personalization, the 2007 Tundra was also made available in either a regular or extended length wheelbase, and buyers could also pick from a long list of engine options, ranging in capability and power. The 5.7-liter V8 engine with variable valve timing was offered for the first time on the 2007 Toyota Tundra, along with a new six-speed automatic transmission. With more standard and available features than any past Toyota Tundra model, the 2007 version of the pickup is one of our favorites for buying a used Toyota Tundra.

2008 Toyota Tundra: After a successful first year of its second generation, the Toyota Tundra was touted as the most desirable and functional full-size pickup truck on the market in 2008. While no major changes were made to this model year of the Tundra, it did receive thirteen new model variants, offering buyers even more versatility in their new pickup. Heated mirrors, standard mud guards, and a new chrome bumper were all added to different versions of the Tundra, giving it even more appeal to buyers in today’s used truck marketplace.

2009 Toyota Tundra: For the first time ever, the 2009 Toyota Tundra was offered with an optional E85 flex fuel capability on its 5.7-liter four-wheel drive models. The TRD Sport and TRD Rock Warrior packages were both added to the Tundra’s 2009 lineup, and boasted exclusive features that other trim levels and special editions did not. These two model variants paid tribute to the pickup truck’s adventurous spirit, allowing it to explore further into the world of off-road capability and ruggedness.

2010 Toyota Tundra: Three years into the pickup truck’s second generation, Toyota updated the 2010 Tundra significantly from the outgoing model year. A new mid-level 4.6-liter engine was made available and more powerful than the 4.7-liter engine it replaced. Platinum and Work Truck trim levels were introduced in 2010, and minor exterior style enhancements were also made to the grille and tail lamps. Toyota offered drivers the option to add a power vertical rear window, was well as an in-mirror back up camera for the first time. For drivers looking for an affordable pickup truck that still manages to pack in important technology, a used Toyota Tundra from 2010 is a great option.

2011 Toyota Tundra: With so many updates made to the 2010 version of Toyota’s full-size pickup truck, it should come as no surprise that this model year was largely unchanged. The base 4.0-liter V6 engine gained variable valve timing technology standard, along with sway control, and brake override technology for enhanced safety while towing and hauling. For performance-minded drivers, the 2011 Toyota Tundra makes a great used pickup truck that can get the job done with accuracy and ease.

2012 Toyota Tundra: Every 2012 Toyota Tundra Limited model gained a standard rear backup camera, and a new appearance package featuring chrome accents was also added to the Tundra for 2012. The full-size pickup truck remained a popular choice among new buyers in this small segment, by offering high-end performance capabilities at an affordable price. This fact also translates to the current used market, where 2012 Toyota Tundra pickups are a highly popular choice for drivers in this segment.

2013 Toyota Tundra: Rounding out our list of the best used Toyota Tundra model years for sale is the 2013 version of Toyota’s full-size pickup. Remaining largely unchanged from 2012, this Tundra model gets rid of the Platinum Package offered in previous years, and replaces it with a new trim level under the same name. Buyers who were fond of the long list of optional choices and add-ons were still happy with what the 2013 Tundra offered in terms of customizing options.
 

2014 Toyota Tundra

 

The second generation of the Toyota Tundra actually started back in 2007, but engineers decided to slightly revamp their pickup in time for the 2013 Chicago Auto Show. The vehicle was ultimately released in time for the 2014 model year. The exterior specifically saw some major changes, as engineers included a newer, larger grille, updated front and rear fenders, and a new tailgate and tail lights. The brand also raised the hood, providing the truck with a more athletic, intimidating look.

The interior saw several revamps, as well. The inclusion of a 3.5-inch information screen was the notable inclusion, as the technology provided drivers with a number of entertainment and convenience functions. Engineers continued with these technological features, as the Tundra’s interior also saw the addition of a much-appreciated backup camera and Bluetooth connectivity. In regards to the actual interior design, the Tundra welcomed the addition of new seats, new controls, and new gauges, while the dashboard was revamped to provide a more opulent setting.

In regards to mechanics, the pickup offered the same trio of engine options that were available in previous models: the 4.0-liter V6, the 4.6-liter V8, and the 5.7-liter V8. The 4.0-liter was capable of pumping out 276 horsepower and 283 pounds-feet of torque, which was a considerable upgrade over the previous model. Meanwhile, the 4.6-liter V8 delivered 310 horsepower and 327 pounds-feet of torque, while the 5.7-liter V8 provided 381 horsepower and 401 pounds-feet of torque. The suspension remained mostly the same, although the brand did add new damping rates in an attempt to improve drive quality. The steering rack was also revised to provide improved handling and precision.

Fortunately, the Tundra has always been considered one of the safest pickups on the road. The vehicle is automatically equipped with dual front airbags, front-row side torso airbags, knee airbags, and rollover sensing side curtain airbags in each of the two rows, providing occupants with maximum protection during an emergency. The vehicle also came standard with a host of technological safety functions, including Vehicle Stability Control, anti-lock brakes, brake assist, traction control, and electronic brake force distribution.

All of these attributes (as well as the Tundra’s performance in crash tests) is why the model was the first full-size pickup to earn the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s “Top Safety Pick” award.

 

2015 Toyota Tundra

 

When the Tundra was revamped for the 2014 model year, the brand included five different trim levels that customers could choose from: the SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794. For 2015, Toyota added a sixth trim as the brand ushered in the TRD Pro family: the Tundra TRD Pro.

The SR5 (as well as the Limited Double Cab version) saw the addition of a rear under seat storage tray, providing even more space for owners to hide their most valuable goods. Meanwhile, owners of those specific Tundras welcomed the 3.5-inch TFT multi-information display as a standard inclusion.

Unfortunately, there was one casualty of the 2015 model year, as the brand discontinued their 4.0-liter V6 engine, leaving only the 4.6-liter V8 and the 5.7-liter V8. As a result, the discontinued engine, which pumped out 276 horsepower and 283 pounds-feet of torque, was only available on the 2014 model of this pseudo generation. Speaking of engines, the brand also discontinued their TRD supercharger, which had been available for nearly seven years, during the 2015 model year. The kit could be attached to the 5.7-liter V8 Tundra, unlocking 504 horsepower and 550 pounds-feet of torque.

 

2016 Toyota Tundra

 

The 2016 Tundra ushered in a number of new features that impacted efficiency, entertainment, and convenience. The innovative Entune 2.5 system was now included in trucks that featured an entertainment system, meaning drivers could now access the latest apps and amenities. An integrated Trailer Brake Controller was included on all Tundras that featured the 5.7-liter V8 engine under the hood, providing drivers with more control over their hauled cargo. Finally, customers had the option to upgrade their fuel tank from 26.4 gallons to 38 gallons when partnered with the 5.7-liter V8 engine (the larger tank came standard on the Limited, Platinum, 1794, and TRD Pro). Toyota’s Fuel Flex technology also became available on all of the 4×2 models.

Several of the Tundra trims saw updates for the 2016 model year. For instance, the SR5 and 1794 Edition of the pickup saw the addition of a new front chrome grille, while the 1794 and Platinum editions saw the additions of the Blind Spot Monitor and the Rear Cross Traffic Alert (these safety offerings were also available via the SR5’s Safety and Convenience Package and the Limited’s Premium Package). The 1794 saw one more significant addition, as the brand included their TRD Off-Road Package to the trim.

Purchase a Used Toyota Tundra at McCluskey Automotive Today

 

 

Whether you are a long time Toyota brand fan, or are just beginning to explore what the Japanese automaker has to offer, we hope that you will give the team at McCluskey Automotive a chance to help you on your journey to buying a used Toyota Tundra pickup truck. We have plenty of these popular trucks in stock, and ready for you to take home today. Don’t wait! These trucks have been selling as soon as they arrive on our lot, so come in today to secure the used Toyota Tundra you have been waiting to buy.

 
 

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