High Resale Value Means 2017 Toyota Tundra Pays Off in the Long Run

Every Temple-area driver has their own reasons for buying a Toyota Tundra. For some, it's a family vehicle: a spacious CrewMax cab to haul the kids, and a 5.5-foot bed for hauling their recreational gear. Others use it for work, opting for a smaller cab and 8.1-foot Long Bed to maximize the soil, lumber, and equipment they can carry.

No matter what your reasons for owning a truck, it pays to choose a Tundra. That's because, according to ALG, it has the highest resale value of any full-size pickup.

In simple terms, "resale value" is the percentage of the truck's original value retained after the first few years. If you bought a new Tundra in 2017 for $42,000, and in three years it was still worth $25,620, then it retained 61 percent of its value—and that's exactly what ALG forecasts. Competitors like the Ford F-150 will only retain up to 55 percent of their value, which means thousands of dollars less when it's time to resell.

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