The Toyota Tundra’s reliability is an important topic when it comes to trucks. In the realm of full-size pickup trucks, how does the Chevy Silverado compare to the Tundra? If you ask Consumer Reports, the Tundra wins this round.
The Toyota Tundra reliability score from Consumer Reports
While the 2022 Toyota Tundra hasn’t been fully rated by Consumer Reports yet, there is a detailed history of the previous years. Consumer Reports have rated the Tundra since the year 2000. In that time, most of the reliability scores have been above average. 2006 was an average year for the Tundra; there is no rating for 2009; otherwise, the scores are good.
Breaking it down to potential trouble spots such as engine major, engine minor, and engine cooling. These are also above-average. Consumer Reports uses a color scale for easy deciphering, with light green and green being the best scores. The Toyota Tundra primarily shows green and light green for these potential reliability trouble spots.
The 2022 Toyota Tundra saw a slight drop in reliability. Consumer Reports gave it a preliminary score of three out of five for the predicted reliability. The predicted owner satisfaction score came in at four out of five, but the experts are not done rating it yet.
The Chevy Silverado truck doesn’t have a positive reliability history
Consumer Reports has fully-rated the 2022 Chevy Silverado truck. For this year, the 2022 Silverado only managed to get a score of 46 out of 100 overall. The road test score was 78 out of 100, but the predicted reliability score wasn’t great. Consumer Reports only gave the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado a one out of five for the predicted reliability score. The predicted owner satisfaction score was three out of five.
The Silverado’s reliability history also goes back to 2020. In comparison to the green of the Tundra, the Silverado looks more like a fruit salad. There are some scores of one out of five, two out of five, and three out of five. There are no green scores of four out of five or the perfect five out of five score. Since 2015, the Silverado has had a score of one out of five for reliability.
What did Edmunds say about the Chevrolet truck?
The Toyota Tundra definitely has a more positive history of reliability when it comes down to it. The Toyota truck is usually ranked reasonably high on the list of full-size pickup trucks, too. While the Chevy Silverado is a popular truck, it doesn’t have the best reliability history.
That isn’t to say it isn’t a good truck. Edmunds had a lot of good things to say about the 2021 Chevy Silverado 1500. The available powertrains and high tow ratings were noted, along with the versatile bed. The touchscreen display is easy to use as well.
But when it comes down to it, the Toyota Tundra reliability score is better overall. It won’t be the right truck for every situation, but it will probably last a long time. The Chevy Silverado is still a good truck, too. In fact, the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado came in sixth on Consumer Reports’ ranking of similar full-size trucks.