Why Resale Value Pays Off Big With The 2017 Toyota Tundra

Why Resale Value Pays Off Big With The 2017 Toyota Tundra

Toyota is well-known for reliability, which is a major factor to think of when buying a truck. But another factor is resale value, which can really pay off in the long run.

Here we meet two Toyota Tundra owners—Eddie and Shane—and present them with the prizes of a lifetime, which represent the retained value at resale by buying a Toyota Tundra instead of the competition. It’s why the Toyota Tundra is not only a tough truck, but a smart buy as well.

  • Frank Yoster

    Tundra is an outdated pos…anyone who really cares about resale value…are cheap..people who dont know trucks or cars only buys honda or toyota…people who know trucks or cars have their own favorite brand and stick with them..nobody cares..

  • Kamaka

    The paid advertisements are junk. Yes some base Tundras hold their value but the higher trims don’t. This also skips over the fact that Tundras use more gas than the competition. KBB’s cost per mile, which includes depreciation, has the Tundra coming in Fifth place.

  • John Spires

    Wasting your money Toyota. Continued downhill slide for autoguide….I started on youtube watching the reviews then I found myself frequenting this site…the reviews on youtube have all but stopped and the content has really gone down hill in the past couple of years IMO. This sponsored stuff sucks just like ads. Just like shit ‘reviews’ of tires with no baseline or objective. Good people on board but you guys gotta stick with what brought you do the dance in the first place. Focusing on the American market and pandering your content to us. Seemed to work for me.