Toyota Tacoma, Tundra claim top honors among used trucks

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Toyota claimed top honors for best midsize and best full-sized used trucks, according to the latest analysis of iseecars.com.

The online automotive search engine and research website based in Massachusetts helps users find and compare cars for sale.

Whether they are driven for business or pleasure, pickup truck drivers want a rugged and capable hauler, the site explains in its latest survey.

The Toyota Tacoma is among the best used trucks available.
The Toyota Tacoma, Tundra take honors among used trucks.

Beyond performance, the best used trucks are proven to last long and retain their value so drivers can save money for their next pickup truck purchase.

Toyota used trucks claim honors

The Toyota Tacoma scored an overall rating of 8.2 out of 10 among mid-sized trucks It was ranked #1 in value retention, #2 in longevity and received a 66 percent, five-year value retention.

“Along with its high reliability and safety ratings, the Tacoma also holds its value better than any other pickup truck,” the site’s analysts wrote.

The Toyota Tundra also scored 8.2 out of 10. It’s ranked No. 1 in longevity among full-sized truck and has a 62 percent 5-year value retention.

“Like its sibling the Toyota Tacoma, the Tundra is indestructible and earns high reliability and safety ratings,” the site’s editors detailed.

The winners are vehicles that have demonstrated long-term reliability, hold their value the best, and have the highest average safety ratings from the National Highway Transit Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Further details on the winners, runners-up and winners and runners-up in car categories can be found via the link, Best Used Cars and Trucks Study

 


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