Top 10 Most Expensive Trucks Money Can Buy

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#6- Toyota Tundra- $57,584

Photo Credit: Tundra
Photo Credit: Tundra /

Ever since Toyota came out with the full-size Tundra back in 2006, they’ve sold quite strong and consistently. Sales came at an all-time high in 2007 selling 196,555 units but have since settled to a respectable 118,880 units in 2015. F-Series easily sells seven times that, but close to 120,000 units from Toyota is nothing to sneer at. A bare-bones Toyota Tundra starts out slightly higher than the competition at $29,950.

Our gearhead heart is telling us to choose the TRD Pro at $42,945 but money is no option in this exercise so we opt for the Toyota Tundra Platinum at $49,580.

Keep in mind the standard engine in the Tundra is a 4.6L V8 at 310HP and 327 lb-ft paired to a six-speed automatic. These premium trucks come with the beefier 5.7L V8 with 381 HP and 401 lb-ft with 4WDemand and an Automatic LSD.

Then there’s over $8,004 in accessories most notably bigger wheels and tires, a bed extender, and a full suite of TRD accessories (air filter, exhaust system, sway bar.) Total MSRP for the whole shebang is $57,584 which is including the $1,195 processing fee.

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