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2013 Toyota Tundra

2013 GMC Sierra 1500

  2013 Toyota Tundra 2013 GMC Sierra 1500
MSRP
$25,455
$23,590
Invoice $23,673 $22,646
MPG
City/Highway
13/20 12/22
Rating
8.0
/ 10
TCC Rating
7.2
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Bottom Line The 2013 Toyota Tundra is tough and able, but its overwrought styling, subpar interior appointments, and unimpressive fuel economy could be cause for hesitation. Read Full Review Among increasingly bold full-size trucks, the 2013 GMC Sierra is simple in looks and strong in performance—with the Sierra Hybrid remaining a fuel-efficient standout. Read Full Review
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Likes:

  • Smooth, strong V-8 engines
  • Good standard-feature list
  • Focused off-road edition
  • Exceptionally good legroom (CrewMax)

Dislikes:

  • Thirsty compared to rival models (V-6 especially)
  • Gimmicky, un-truck-like styling details
  • Tough to park or maneuver

Likes:

  • Handles well for a big truck
  • Wide lineup of models, engines
  • Simple, nicely trimmed interior
  • Hybrid's class-leading mileage

Dislikes:

  • Plain looks (even compared to the Silverado)
  • Unsupportive front seats
  • Rear seat back is too vertical
  • High pricetag for Hybrid, Denali
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