F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra | Conroe & The Woodlands

Two Full-Size Pickups Go Face-to-Face--Comparing the New Ford F-150 with the Toyota Tundra

Whether you're someone who utilizes your pickup truck for work or for play, it goes without saying that you'll want a rig that is wholly capable of keeping pace with your full-size wants and needs. Many Conroe, TX area drivers tend to lean towards the Ford F-150 because they love the idea of driving a truck that has been made in America and by an American brand.

But if that isn't enough to sway you, consider this: the all-new 2016 Ford F-150 comes forth with a number of significant changes, perhaps most notably a 700 pound weight reduction thanks to its all new aluminum frame and chassis. Not only does this allow the F-150 to achieve best-in-class fuel economy ratings, but it has enabled the engineers at Ford to reinvest some of that weight saved elsewhere in the body of the new model. The result? An all-new F-150 for 2016 that's not just lighter, but exceptionally strong, safe, and efficient.

Take a look at our close comparison below to see how competitor, the Toyota Tundra stacks up when pinned against the venerable new Ford F-150. Then, for a closer look at all of our new Ford models, feel free to visit us here at Gullo Ford of Conroe and have a look around our showroom.

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Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra

  • The new Ford F-150 achieves best in class fuel economy ratings of an estimated 19 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway. By comparison, the Tundra is only able to scratch the surface with an estimate 19 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.

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  • The Ford F-150 outpaces its Toyota Tundra rival in the area of safety, as well, as the F-150 is the only pickup truck to earn both an NHTSA 5-star safety rating and an IIHS Top Safety Pick.
  • When it comes to payload capacity, again, the F-150 has it; capable of hauling up to 3,270 pounds in its bed. The Toyota Tundra, on the other hand, seems particularly weak by comparison, capable of only lugging up to 2,060 pounds.
  • While the Toyota Tundra is able to tow a maximum of 10,500 pounds, the new 2016 Ford F-150 more than triples that figure, capable of hauling up to 12,200 pounds!

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