2018 Ford F-250 vs. Toyota Tundra
See How the Ford F-250 Compares to its Norman, OK Competition
When it comes to heavy-duty pickups, there are quite a few viable options on the market today. How, then, to research them and decide which is best for your unique needs? Simple. At Reynolds Ford of Norman, we’ve marshaled our resources and put together this comparison of two of the more compelling trucks in the segment” the Ford F-250 and the Toyota Tundra.
Ford F-250 vs. Toyota Tundra Cost Comparison
We put two mid-level trim versions against each other, both equipped with all-wheel drive. The Ford F-250 XLT SuperCab comes in with Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price more than $1,000 below that of the Tundra Limited Double Cab, even though the F-250 features a bed that’s more than a foot longer than that of the Toyota. When you factor in the fact that the F-250 also achieves better city and highway fuel economy, the savings really start to lean in favor of the Ford.
Ford F-250 vs. Toyotas Tundra Performance
If you’re looking for power, both trucks deliver it in spades. However, the 6.2-liter V8 that comes standard in the Ford F-250 delivers the superior performance numbers, making 385 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. The Tundra’s 5.7-liter V8 puts out 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. Plus, the F-250 offers a maximum towing capacity of 15,400 pounds, while the Toyota can only haul 9,100 pounds at most.
Ford F-250 vs. Toyota Tundra Features
Both pickups include the standard features you’d expect, like air conditioning, power windows and locks, and a radio, However, the Ford F-250 offers an available SYNC® 3 infotainment system that includes Apple CarPlay™ connectivity, proving you with convenient access to music, maps and more.
We admit to bias, but in our eyes it’s pretty clear that the ford F-250 is the wiser buy if you’re looking for a dependable work truck that’s capable of handling the toughest of jobs. We invite you to contact us at your convenience to learn more!