Pitts Toyota Reviews Toyota Tundra vs. Ford F150

May 13th, 2017 by

If you want a pickup, you may want to take a closer look at the 2017 Toyota Tundra. If you pit it against the Ford F150, you will find it rises to the challenge, whether you look at comfort, safety or hard work.

Bigger Beds
Tundra regular beds are 97.6 inches long, beating the F-150 beds by 1.6 inches. Furthermore, the other F-150 beds are about an inch shorter than their Tundra counterparts. Also, the Toyota beds are deeper than the Ford beds. You will also find they are wider at the widest point. With two powerful V8 engine choices, you can bet the Tundra is as tough and hardworking as any F150 truck.

The Tundra repeatedly wins awards that indicate what a good investment it is. Intellichoice calls it the Best Overall Value among pickups. Kelley Blue Book has cited it as the truck with Best Resale Value. Also, Edmunds determined that it has the Best Retained Value.

Cabin Comfort
In the larger Tundra cab, it isn’t just a matter of having maximum legroom, it is also the exclusive reclining seats. Find it now at your Toyota dealer serving Dublin, GA.

Crash Protection
The Tundra is the only full-size pickup truck with eight airbags. That is two more bags to protect the vulnerable driver and front seat passenger.

Dash Tech
Unlike the F150, the Tundra comes with a rearview camera and a touchscreen. It also has Entune for easy Bluetooth connectivity.

You can see that the Tundra is a good value. It is certainly ready to serve your needs. Ask the staff for more information at Pitts Toyota dealer serving Dublin, GA.

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