2017 Toyota Tundra Will Save You Thousands if You Plan to Resell

If you are one of those people who buys a truck, and drives it into the ground until it can only be sold to a scrapyard, then resale value might not be a huge selling point for you. If you prefer to upgrade every few years so you're always ahead of the pack on towing power, efficiency, and tech features, then resale value is a big part of your purchasing plans—and if it's not, it should be.

When you trade in your old truck, how well it has retained its value is like getting a bonus check.

For example, ALG estimates the 2017 Toyota Tundra will retain 61 percent of its value after 36 months. Compare that to the Ford F-150, which ALG predicts will keep only 55 percent of its value. If both trucks cost $42,000 to buy new, at the end of three years, you'll earn back $2,520 more on the Tundra. That's more money for your next down payment, more money for gas, and more money for play.

Even if you do prefer to drive your truck for hundreds of thousands of miles until it dies, the Tundra's higher resale value indicates its reliability into higher mileage, so you can enjoy it for longer.

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