The 2019 Toyota Tundra is a full-size truck that works hard and tows smart. It offers top reliability scores, safety scores and the lowest cost of ownership in the segment. It also offers the best value of any truck on the market right now.

If that wasn’t enough, Mayfield Toyota will beat any competitors price in Edmonton AND offer you free oil changes for life. Shopping for a full-sized pick-up with brains, brawn and a great price? Look no further than Mayfield Toyota.


#5 Top Safety Features and Safety Scores

Like every Toyota, the Tundra is equipped with standard Toyota Safety Sense P, or TSS-P for short. This includes Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Automatic High Beams, Lane Departure Alert, and Pre-Collision System. These are top-of-the-line innovative technologies that help mitigate or prevent collisions, reduce potential blind spots and keep you safe and steady on long road trips.

Thanks to Toyota Safety Sense, the Tundra has earned a four out of five on front-crash tests from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. It also scored a perfect five out of five on side impact, pole crash and side barrier ratings. The final verdict? The Tundra is the right truck to keep you and your passengers safe on the road.

#4 Top Reliability Scores

Toyota is synonymous with reliability. In fact, 80% of Toyotas sold over 20 years ago are still on the road today. According to Kelley Blue Book, the Toyota Tundra is at the head of the class for the 2019 Best Resale Value Awards thanks to “very impressive projected resale values.” That means your Tundra will retain its value over time and will be worth more than other competitors if you ever decide to sell.

#3 Class-Leading Fuel Economy

The Canadian Truck King put out a study that stacked the Toyota Tundra against the Chevy Silverado, Nissan Titan, Ram 1500 and Ford F-150. The Tundra averaged approximately 14.95L/100km, while the other trucks fell into a range somewhere between 15.60 to 16.44L/100km. That equals a significant difference over time and means the Tundra will ultimately cost you less at the pumps because you won’t need to fuel up as much. For some people, especially out-of-town workers and weekend getaway-ers, this could equal thousands of dollars in savings.

#2 Lowest Cost of Ownership

Intellichoice, the market leader in automotive ownership cost and value analysis has ranked the Tundra lowest in 5-year cost of ownership, beating the Dodge Ram, F-Series and Chevy Silverado. Overall, they said Tundra owners tend to save even more when it comes to other expenses, such as fuel and insurance.

#1 Best Retained Value

The 2019 Tundra offers buyers the best-retained value over time, by far. That means while out-of-pocket repairs are the same as other trucks in the segment – Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, etc. – the resale and trade-in value of your Tundra will be leaps and bounds ahead. Vehicles that tend to hold their value also break down less because they have been designed to be more durable, reliable and efficient.

Why Buy a 2019 Toyota Tundra?

Clearly, the Tundra offers unprecedented reliability and is ahead of the class in all things safety. It keeps your wallet full at the pumps and retains its value as the years go by. It also offers competitive towing stats with a towing capacity of 10,200 lbs. You get exactly what you need from a truck without the worry of massive depreciation or big bills at the pumps.

Why buy a Tundra from Mayfield Toyota?


We’ll beat ANY competitors bonafide offer, and, as long as you maintain Toyota’s recommended service schedule, we won’t charge you for oil changes for as long as you own your truck.

So… the best value, at the best price, with the best reliability and safety scores, and a ton of innovative features and towing tech? Makes sense to us.