Are you looking for a powerhouse work truck that combines safety, interior technology, and performance in a way that fits your budget? If so, then you might be interested in learning whether the Ford F-150 or the Toyota Tundra is the right choice for you.
Compared to last year’s models, drivers looking to buy either of these trucks can expect increased fuel efficiency performance thanks to the hybrid and electric engines on them. You can also find improved interiors as well.
Let’s take a closer look at these two vehicles below.
The Toyota Tundra comes with the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 as one of its standard safety features. This means that owners will have access to aspects such as a pre-collision system, full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, and lane departure assist. It also has automatic high beams and road sign assist.
As for the Ford F-150, you get pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, lane keeping system, auto high beams, and reverse brake assist among other things. It also has intelligent adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go as well as lane centering and speed sign recognition.
A common question when it comes to trucks is the performance they have to offer.
The Tundra comes with a standard i-FORCE 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that is capable of producing up to 389 horsepower. The relatively new hybrid Tundra models can get you as much as 437 horsepower.
Meanwhile, the Ford F-150 offers an all-new electric model lineup that provides an estimated range of around 230 miles. The electric model of the F-15 Lightning can reach a whopping 563 horsepower if needed.
Although both trucks come with a standard 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, the Tundra can be upgraded to give you a 14-inch display when you choose the SR5. Owners will be able to leverage 2 more inches of viewing space compared to the F-150 Lariat and higher, which will only have 12-inch touchscreen options.
Additionally, you’ll need to get the Lariat trim or even higher if you want the convenience of Intelligence Access with Push-Button Start in the F-150. In comparison, the Tundra already has the Smart Key System enabled in all of its trims. The feature comes with remote keyless entry with unlock, lock, tailgate release, and panic, functions.
Whether you plan to purchase a Toyota Tundra or Ford F-150, you can find both of these trucks available at Karplus Warehouse.
Contact our team today to schedule an appointment to get the truck you’ve always wanted.