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Looking for a new Toyota truck in or around Cincinnati, Ohio? Here at Kings Toyota, we've got some exciting options to show you. Our mid-sized Tacoma and full-sized Tundra offer rugged looks, powerful engines, strong towing capacity, and much more. Whether you're looking for a truck to get about town or to set off for the weekend with a trailer or boat in tow, we'd love to help you pick out your ideal vehicle.

Overview of Toyota Truck Models - Tundra and Tacoma

The Tacoma is the smaller of our two Toyota trucks. It comes in two cab styles, Access and Double cab, and features two cargo bed lengths. The shorter of the two beds measures 5 feet long, while the longer is 6 feet, 1 inch long. The Tacoma is sold in five trims: SR, SR5, TRD, Limited, and TRD Pro.

As Toyota's full-sized truck that buyers have been snapping up for about a decade, the Tundra provides you with added space. There are two cab options, called Double and Crew Max. 

You also have three bed lengths to choose from, although not every bed can be configured with both cab styles. The short bed measures 5 feet, 6 inches, the standard bed 6 feet, 6 inches, and the long bed 8 feet, 1 inch long. If you opt for the Crew Max cab, you can only have the short bed. The Tundra is available in six trims: SR, SR5, Limited, TRD Pro, Platinum, and 1794 Edition.

Engine and Performance

The base engine under the Tacoma's hood is a 2.7-liter inline-four capable of putting out 159 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. This should serve you well for your daily driving needs around Cincinnati. However, if you're planning on doing a lot of towing or carrying heavy loads in your box, you may want to upgrade to the more powerful V-6, which is a 3.5-liter engine that generates 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque.

The only engine available with the Tundra is a sturdy 5.7-liter V-8 that churns out 381 horsepower. You can opt for rear-wheel or four-wheel drive with the Tundra, which is controlled by a six-speed automatic transmission.

Towing and Hauling

With the proper equipment, the Tundra can tow up to 10,200 pounds. Its maximum hauling capacity, including cargo and passengers, is 1,730 pounds. To access these top numbers, you'll need to choose the Tundra in its base SR trim with the smaller Double cab, standard bed, and rear-wheel drive.

Although the Tacoma is the smaller of the two, its towing abilities are likely to be sufficient for a lot of buyers. With its base engine, the Tacoma manages to tow up to 3,500 pounds, which is more than enough for a small trailer or a modest-sized boat.

Off-Roading and Work Packages

If you like taking your truck off the beaten track, The Tacoma is equipped to meet your needs. Choose from either the TRD Off-Road or TRD Pro trims to benefit from features such as hill descent control, skid plates, a locking rear differential, and tuned-up suspension. TRD Off-Road has multi-terrain driving options for you to choose from, while the TRD Pro trim adds a front skid plate, multi-terrain monitor, and fog lights.

The Tundra's TRD Pro trim comes standard with a number of helpful features. These include a front skid plate, front tow hooks, standard four-wheel drive, and front and rear shocks to absorb rough terrain. There's also a TRD Off-Road package available on several trims that adds 20-inch alloy wheels, sway bars, and front bucket seats.

If you're planning on using your Tacoma or Tundra for heavy lifting or work, you may be interested in the work packages that we offer. For example, you can add a hard lockable tonneau cover to your cargo bed in most Tacoma trims. Alternately, the Trail Special Edition package adds all-weather tires and all-weather floor liners so that you can get the job done no matter what it's like outside.

The Tundra's work truck package adds vinyl seating and floor linings in the cab. A deck rail system is also available with four adjustable tie-down cleats so you can secure your cargo safely.

Seating and Interior Comfort

Both Tundra cab styles have full-sized front and rear doors, making it easy for rear-row passengers to get in and out. Adult passengers can ride comfortably in the back seat of the smaller Double cab, although you may prefer to upgrade to the Crew Max cab if you regularly take long journeys. The Crew Max gives rear-seat passengers almost as much legroom as you get up front, with over 42 inches of legroom in the second row.

The Tacoma's Access cab can seat four, but it's best suited for carrying rear-seat passengers on short trips. If you regularly carry people in the back, the Double cab will be your better option, since it provides more legroom and can seat up to five. The Double cab also features full-sized rear doors, whereas the doors in the Access cab are half-sized.

The infotainment systems in the Tundra and Tacoma are similar. They feature a standard 7-inch screen, a six-speaker audio system, and three USB ports. It also benefits from Apple CarPlay and Android Auto so you can connect your phones easily. Some optional upgrades for your truck's entertainment system include an 8-inch screen, a 12-speaker premium stereo, and a navigation system.

Lease or Buy a Tundra or Tacoma at Kings Toyota in Cincinnati

Now that you know a little more about the 2021 Tacoma and the Tundra, we hope you can better decide which option is right for you. Whether you want to buy one of our new Toyota trucks or take advantage of our great leasing offers, we'd be glad to help you find the best deal for you here at Kings Toyota. Looking for an AWD vehicle? Check out our selection of all-wheel drive vehicles available today!

Why not contact our friendly team of auto experts today to learn more about our Toyota trucks and have your questions answered? Or drop by our dealership to take a look at our inventory of new and used vehicles so you can find the one that meets your needs.