Best Jobs for the 2017 Toyota Tundra

October 2nd, 2017 by

Built so tough and versatile, the 2017 Toyota Tundra can do almost any light duty job. Let’s take a look at how it can help you.
Hauling Lumber
If you work in the construction business or you need to haul lumber for home chores, you’ve got plenty of space in the large Tundra bed. You will probably want the 6.5-foot or 8.1-foot bed if hauling lumber is always on your to-do list.

Towing Tons
If you need to tow on a regular basis, the Tundra offers V8 engine power to get the job done. It can pull your camper or your boat trailer if you are off on adventures. For work, it is a good match for a lawn business that needs to haul its machines from site to site. The double cab with the standard bed can tow 10,100 pounds.

Bring Along the Crew
The Tundra Crew Cab may be the best truck for your workers. This seats six (or five if you opt for captain’s chairs up front). The large backseat has the only reclining chairs you’ll find in a truck today. Commuting with your crew or simply moving from worksite to worksite, your passengers will be glad they have enough space. You can pair it with the 5.5-foot or standard bed at Gloucester Toyota dealer serving Newport News.

Seat the Family in Style
Higher editions make the Tundra feel like an SUV. You can enjoy top amenities to pamper you and your family on long rides. The two-row cabs have LATCH attachments in the backseat for toddler carseat safety.

For your next pickup truck, start the search at Gloucester Toyota dealer serving Newport News.