2016 Toyota Tundra vs 2016 Ford F-150

When it comes to the half-ton pickup truck class, competition is intense. Models like the Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Ford F-150 may be the Old Guard of the segment, but newcomers like the Toyota Tundra are rising to prominence. All-American power and a muscular style highlight the Toyota Tundra and have made it a contender in a fearsome class. To further illustrate the award-winning characteristics of the Toyota pickup truck, we have created a 2016 Toyota Tundra vs 2016 Ford F-150 comparison at White River Toyota.

The 2016 Toyota Tundra will more than hold its own against heavyweights like the Ford F-150, thanks in part to its bold and muscular stance. Six well-equipped trim levels will meet your needs and fit your lifestyle when you opt for the Toyota Tundra, from a hard-working regular cab pickup to a rough-and-tumble off-road design. The standard Toyota Tundra provides tremendous value for car shoppers, as it is more powerful and better equipped than base Ford F-150 models. Built on a dominant platform and manufactured solely in Texas with only eight-cylinder powertrains under the hood, the Toyota Tundra feeds our desire for explosive power and power-packed adventures.

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2016 Toyota Tundra VS 2016 Ford F-150
381-HP 5.7-Liter V-8 Engine 365-HP Turbo 3.5-Liter V-6
Toyota Entune 6.1-Inch Standard Touchscreen Ford SYNC 4.2-Inch
6 Number of Trim Levels 6
TRD Pro Off-Road Trim FX4

Power, Performance and Technology Highlight the 2016 Toyota Tundra

To further illustrate the characteristics that make the 2016 Toyota Tundra a heavyweight contender in the half-ton pickup class, we examined preferred powertrains. Elite Toyota Tundra models employ an explosive 381-horsepower 5.7-liter i-Force V-8 engine that provides a maximum towing capacity of 10,500 pounds. Ford F-150 editions feature a turbocharged 3.5-Liter EcoBoost V-6 that manufactures 365 horsepower and delivers exceptional towing. In terms of price, the Toyota Tundra Platinum trim is priced at $46,530 with Ford F-150 Limited trims similarly equipped priced starting at $58,770.

A few more aspects stand out about the Toyota half-ton in our 2016 Toyota Tundra vs 2016 Ford F-150 comparison. When you opt for the standard Toyota Tundra, you will find an incredible array of standard features that include the Toyota Entune infotainment system with a 6.1-inch touchscreen and an integrated backup camera. Base Ford F-150 models employ Ford SYNC, which is notoriously difficult to use and employs a smaller 4.2-inch touchscreen.

While the hard-working strength of the Toyota Tundra is appreciated on the jobsite, the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro trim is tailor-made for off-road adventure. Infused with an aggressive new style, the TRD Pro adds Bilstein high-performance shocks, a revised suspension, skid plates as well as TRD wheels and tires. The Ford F-150 FX4 is a viable option on the trail, but lacks the proven performance-tuned elements found in the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro.

Silver 2016 Toyota Tundra Towing a Boat
2016 Tooyta Tundra TRD Pro Rear Exterior on Mountain Trail
2016 Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition Luxury Interior
2016 Toyota Tundra Entune Touchscreen Interface

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