Toyota Trucks Set the Standard for Versatility

Comfortable and Capable? Meet the Tacoma and Tundra at Royal Moore Toyota

We all know that trucks are supposed to be capable workhorses that can tow a boat or a trailer full of equipment with ease, haul a bed full of lumber home from the hardware store, and crawl through the toughest terrain with the ease of a mountain lion. But who says that means they can’t be comfortable and offer advanced features? Certainly not Toyota, which is why Portland, Oregon truck buyers are choosing the Tacoma and Tundra to help them get their work done in comfort and style.

Tacoma

The smaller of the two, the Tacoma still packs a huge amount of capability for Hillsboro drivers. The 278-horsepower V6 allows the Tacoma to tow up to 6,400 pounds when properly equipped. The TRD Pro edition offers upgraded suspension damping and ground clearance, allowing Beaverton drivers to scamper through tough terrain so easily you’ll wonder why you ever drove anything else.

Inside, available dual-zone automatic climate control, sunroof, and wireless charging pad make the Tacoma feel as comfortable as any Avalon or Camry model, proving that you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for capability.

Tundra

The larger Toyota truck offers Wilsonville buyers a choice between three V8 engines for a maximum power output of 381 horsepower. This allows the Tundra to handle up to 10,100 pounds when properly equipped, while carrying a payload of 1,660 pounds. This means the Tundra can do more than ever before for Tigard truck buyers, and combined with its off-road prowess will be a complete solution for all of your tough tasks.

And similar interior features to the Tacoma show that once again, solid doesn’t mean spartan.

Find Out More Today!

Whether you need a tough truck for work tasks, or one that helps take your adventures further than ever before, Aloha, OR drivers will find a suitable model between the Tacoma and Tundra lineups. Visit Royal Moore Toyota to experience the advanced Toyota truck lineup first hand.

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