450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque
381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque
12.0 L/100km city/8.9 L /100km highway
17.7 L/100km city and 13.6 L/100 km highway
2020 Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra: Which Is Right For You?
Having trouble deciding between the 2020 Ford F-150 and Toyota Tundra? When it comes down to the numbers, you won’t have trouble making a choice. That’s because the new F-150:
- Costs $11,311 less on the base MSRP
- Generates 69 more hp and 109 lb-ft of torque from its most powerful engine
- Tows up to 1,452 more kilograms
- Offers five more engine options in its lineup, including a diesel engine
- Earns higher ratings from expert auto critics
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F-150 vs. Tundra: Engine Specs
Whether you need a hefty towing capacity for the City Centre job site or you are a Winnipeg driver who enjoys the luxury of choice, the Ford F-150 will serve you better than the Toyota Tundra. In comparing the Toyota Tundra vs. Ford F-150, you will notice that you get more engine options, stronger performance, and better towing from the Ford truck.
- Engine Lineup: The new F-150 has six engines from which to choose across its lineup, while the Tundra has just one engine in its lineup. Consider the Ford F-150 Lariat for its 2.7L EcoBoost® V6.
- Strongest Engine: The F-150’s strongest engine is a High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost® that churns out 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque. The Tundra’s lone powertrain makes 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque.
- Towing Capacity: With its 5.0L V8 engine, the F-150 can tow a maximum of 5,987 kilograms when properly equipped. The Tundra’s towing capacity maxes out at 4,535 kilograms pounds, even when properly equipped.
- Fuel Economy: Despite its impressive power, the F-150 earns a respectable 12.0 L/100km city and 8.9 L /100km highway. The Tundra has a fuel economy rating of 17.7 L/100km city and 13.6 L/100 km highway.
- Diesel Engine: As previously mentioned, the Tundra only has one engine, powered by gas. However, the F-150 also provides a diesel engine option, which produces 250 hp and 440 lb-ft of torque and achieves up 7.8 L/100km highway.
F-150 vs. Tundra: Expert Reviews
Would experts recommend the Ford F-150 or the Toyota Tundra? That may be an important factor in your decision between the two pickup trucks, and based on Edmunds reviews, the F-150 is the smarter choice. With a score of 8.1/10, Edmunds touted the F-150 for its range of engines, high tow rating, and upscale amenities. Meanwhile, the Tundra earned a rating of only 6.7/10 from Edmunds, with points knocked off for its below-average fuel economy returns, limited customization options, and stiff ride quality.
F-150 vs. Tundra: Price
The best part of the F-150’s clear advantages over the Tundra is that they are more accessible for Garden City drivers.
- F-150: MSRP from $29,339
- Tundra: MSRP from $40,650
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