Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Trucks

Compare the Ford F-150, Toyota Tacoma, and Toyota Tundra

If you're in the market for a new truck and are wondering how the new Ford F-150 stacks up to its Toyota counterparts, you're in luck. Jones Ford has put together a comparison of the F-150, Tundra, and Tacoma to help our Savannah, TN customers make an informed decision in no time. Our goal is to get the information you need and pair you with the model you want today. We strive for excellence and will work to get you behind the wheel of your F-150 in minutes. Whether you're looking for power, space, or innovation, continue reading to see whether the F-150, Tundra, or Tacoma is best for you.


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Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra

  • If you're looking for efficiency, the new F-150 is your best option. This full-size pickup truck averages 23 miles per gallon on the highway, while the Tundra only averages 17 miles per gallon on the highway.
  • Both trucks hold up to five passengers, but the F-150 also has more front and rear headroom and legroom than the Tundra for added space and comfort.
  • Load up all your equipment and gear with ease in the new F-150. Both models have impressive cargo space to haul anything you can think of.
  • The F-150 weighs much less than the Tundra making it more agile and efficient on the road.
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  • Both trucks come with available eight-cylinder engine options. However, the F-150 is more powerful than the Tundra producing 395 horsepower, while the Tundra only produces 381 horsepower.
  • All-wheel drive is available for both models to help you conquer the highways and byways of Savannah, TN

Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tacoma

  • Despite its bigger body frame and engine size, the F-150's fuel economy is comparable to the Tacoma. The F-150 averages 23 miles per gallon on the highway, while the Tacoma averages 24 miles per gallon on the highway.
  • It goes without saying that the larger F-150 has more interior space than the Tacoma to hold all of your passengers with ease. The F-150 also has more headroom and legroom for front and rear passengers as well.
  • Both models come with available all-wheel drive for added control and traction when you need it most.
  • The F-150 is much more powerful than the Tacoma. The F-150 packs an available 395-horsepower eight-cylinder engine, while the Tacoma comes with an available 278-horsepower six-cylinder engine. The F-150 also produces more torque for a more exhilarating experience on the road.
  • The F-150 has a much greater towing capacity than the Tacoma to haul and tow all of your gear with ease.
  • Both trucks come standard with 18-inch wheels. There are also larger wheel options available as well.
  • Take your next adventure further with the new F-150. This truck has a 26-gallon fuel tank, while the Tacoma only has a 21.1-gallon fuel tank.