Imagine that it’s a gorgeous winter morning and you and your friends decide to hit the slopes. You skip the chairlift and instead take turns driving each other up the powdery hills in your powerful, dependable Toyota Tundra or Tacoma. Not needing a lift ticket—that’s an Act of Truck.
What are Acts of Truck? Far beyond the off-road capability, towing capacity and performance, it’s not just what your Toyota Tundra or Tacoma can do, but what you can do with your Toyota truck. In other words, Acts of Truck call for the smarts and toughness of Toyota trucks—and their drivers.
Take a read through some of the features that set Toyota trucks apart.
Need to haul a boat or a few motorbikes? Check. How about pulling out a tree stump? These Acts of Truck are no problem for the Toyota Tacoma or Toyota Tundra (above).
Tacoma offers up to 6,500 pounds of towing capacity, and it has a large cargo bed with tie-down cleats, rear step bumper, and easy lower and lift tailgate. Plus, each V6 Tacoma is equipped with a towing package that includes 7-pin wire harness and trailer sway control.
Need even more power? With 10,000 pounds of towing capacity, Tundra is up to any task you throw at it. It comes with a heavy-duty tow hitch receiver, 4- and 7-pin connectors, a supplemental transmission cooler and trailer brake controller. It also features front tow hooks.