Compare 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. 2020 Toyota Tundra


2020 GMC Sierra 1500
2020 Toyota Tundra

2020 GMC Sierra 1500

vs.

2020 Toyota Tundra

16 city / 21 hwy*

Fuel Economy

13 city / 18 hwy*
285 HP

Horsepower

381 HP
4.3L 6cyl

Engine

5.7L 8cyl

Serving Fort Walton Beach, FL

The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 has been ranked as the #3 vehicle in its category of large trucks. The GMC Sierra 1500 at Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach has a solid list of features and characteristics that make it excel in many categories. The GMC Sierra borrows many features from the Silverado, which is another one of GMC’s signature trucks. However, the Sierra is more upscale than the Silverado and has a more plush interior. The GMC Sierra 1500 stands out for its lengthy cabin that offers more legroom than most trucks in its class. The Sierra also has a long truck bed that contains numerous tie-down points. There’s plenty of power for the Sierra no matter which engine you get, which makes it easier to haul and tow. The Sierra belongs to the same class as the 2020 Toyota Tundra, but it has better performance ratings than the Toyota, and its interior is more upscale and spacious. There are more opportunities to customize your ride with the Silverado than with the Toyota Tundra.

Performance

When you try out the 2020 Sierra 1500 at Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach, you’ll find that it has much in the way of performance and power. For the 2020 model year, the Sierra 1500 adds a few additional performance features to provide even more range for performance and capability. The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 has a newly available turbo diesel that joins the engine lineup. It also gets new 10-speed transmission available for the first time with the V8 engine. The first gasoline engine beneath the hood of the base Sierra is a V6 with a 4.3L displacement. The base engine’s power output is 285 HP. Its torque output reaches 305 LB-FT. The second gasoline engine is a turbo-charged four cylinder with a power output of 310 HP. The engine generates about 350 LB-FT of torque. The two gasoline engines get an automatic transmission. The new diesel engine has a power output of 277 HP. It has a monstrous torque rating of 420 LB-FT. In contrast to the Silverado, the Tundra has one engine only for all trims. The Toyota’s engine reaches a top power output of 381 HP at most.

Interior Design

The GMC Sierra 1500 at Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach has a luxurious trim at best and a well-equipped interior beginning at the base level with air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, and a backup camera. Cloth seats are standard, but the higher-end trims get leather upholstery for a more luxurious ride. Dual-zone climate control comes with the SLT. This trim has ventilated seats in front and heated seats in both rows. When you schedule a time to try the Sierra 1500 at Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach, you can experience all the top-notch features that it offers for yourself. The Toyota Tundra has cloth seats but lacks a backup camera to start. You won’t get dual-zone AC until the third trim, while it is included on the second trim of the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500. The Toyota doesn’t have heated seats in the back row.

Features and Amenities

For technology, the base Sierra has a 7-inch central display with Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and Android Auto. Next with the SEL comes a cargo-box camera and a larger display screen. Keyless entry and USB ports are also included. More safety aids come with the top trims, including forward collision warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and parking sensors. A Bose sound system is added to the Denali that tops the line. The Toyota Tundra does not have USB ports, and it doesn’t have keyless entry. At Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach, you can try out the Sierra 1500 to see all its features today.

If you’re ready to take the 1500 for a test drive, contact Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach for more details about trying out the GMC Sierra 1500 at Buick GMC Fort Walton Beach today.


*All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.