Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Trevose PATrucks come and go, but some just keep—ahem—trucking, like the 2021 Toyota Tundra and the 2020 Ford F-150. You know both stand up to tough tasks throughout the Trevose, Philadelphia, and Bensalem, Pennsylvania, areas, but one must stand out for your long hauls. Let Faulkner Toyota Trevose point out their similar and not-so-similar features, so you can pick an outstanding contender.

Quick Facts Table

Toyota Tundra

Ford F-150

Ground Clearance

10.6 inches

9.4 inches

Lane Departure/Keeping

Standard

Available

Voice Recognition

Standard

Available

Adjustable Driver’s Seat

Yes

No


Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Trevose PATundra vs F-150 Power and Capability

Both the Toyota Tundra and the F-150 come with two towing systems that monitor your trailer when bumps rise in the road. If you choose the Toyota Tundra, the Trailer-Sway Control appears as a switch on the right side of the steering wheel and keeps the trailer steady. The trailer sway control in the Ford F-150 is tucked under the umbrella of the AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ system.

An Integrated Trailer Brake Controller in the Tundra adjusts your braking to accommodate the weight of the trailer. You can find a trailer brake controller in the F-150, which can be operated from the instrument panel.

With the Tundra, you can pass over rocky terrain with 10.6-inch ground clearance for less potential undercarriage damage. The F-150 sits a little lower to the ground, with 9.4 inches of ground clearance.

To perform your towing jobs, you need some power from your engine. The Toyota Tundra offers one standard 5.7L iFORCE V8 engine, fit to tackle hard hauls, while the Ford F-150 supplies only one available 5.0L TI-VCT V8 engine in a few trims.


Tundra vs F-150 Safety

Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Trevose PA Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Trevose PA

Trust the Tundra and F-150 to provide you with a forcefield of protection so that you can concentrate on the drive ahead or the tows you must pull. Many safeguards come standard in both vehicles. For instance, in the Toyota, the following systems come standard.

  • Toyota Tundra Standard Lane Departure Alert
  • Toyota Tundra Standard Dynamic Radar Cruise Control

Similar systems in the F-150—like the Lane-Keeping System and Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go—do not.

While both trucks come with anti-theft systems—including engine immobilizers and alarms—the Toyota Tundra takes it one step further with an available Glass Breakage Sensor that gives you a definitive sign that you’ve experienced a break-in.


Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Trevose PAToyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Tech

Use the standard advanced voice recognition in the Tundra any time your hands are full—like when you’re driving! However, to get voice recognition to control your navigation, make phone calls, or flip to the next song in the F-150, make sure you check the trim’s features first.

From the base trim, the Toyota places a standard 7-inch touchscreen on your dashboard to view text messages, directions, and more. Once you begin looking at higher trims, you’ll notice that you get an upgraded 8-inch touchscreen. Again, read the fine print to use an 8-inch touchscreen—it’s only available in the Ford’s higher trims.


Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150 Trevose PATundra vs F-150 Interior and Exterior

Although both the 2021 Toyota Tundra and the 2020 Ford F-150 comfortably seat five or six in your cabin with comparable interior dimensions, you just cannot beat the highly customizable and comfortable seats in the Tundra.

Every Tundra comes with a standard 4-way adjustable driver’s seat and 4-way front passenger’s seat. To personalize the many ways you can sit in your seat, opt for an available 10-way or 12-way adjustable driver’s seat. The 12-way even includes a 2-position memory. For your passenger, an available 6-way adjustable seat can leave them with even more comfort.

Unfortunately, the F-150 does not supply any type of adjustability for their seating.


Take Your Stand: 2021 Toyota Tundra vs 2020 Ford F-150

Take your stand in favor of the 2021 Toyota Tundra or the 2020 Ford F-150. Both can take you places around the Trevose, Philadelphia, and Bensalem, PA, areas, with a trailer firmly intact. Contact us to set up your test drive at Faulkner Toyota Trevose for the outcome.


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