DARE TO COMPARE
Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra
Ford F-150
Toyota Tundra
At a Glance: F-150 vs. Tundra

You need a powerhouse of a pickup to help with both your hard work and rough play, and with so many fantastic options on the market, which one will be best for you?

That’s where our team at West Point Ford comes in! We’ve taken the time to pit two titans of the market against each other so you can make the best choice. It’s the Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra.

If you’re near West Point, King William, or Williamsburg, read on to learn which truck reigns supreme.


ENGINE LINEUP

ENGINE LINEUP

7 | 3
F-150 vs Tundra
MAX TOWING CAPACITY

MAX TOWING CAPACITY

14,000 lbs. | 12,000 lbs.
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PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM

PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM

18 speakers | 12 speakers
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A Test of 2 Titans: See the Difference
Select a category below to learn more about how the Ford F-150 compares to the Toyota Tundra.
PERFORMANCE
Ford F-150

The first thing you may think of when it comes to a pickup is how much power there is under the hood, and both the 2023 Ford F-150 and the 2023 Toyota Tundra deliver. Whether you’re hauling a heavy load or taking on the challenge of an off-road trial, both models have what it takes.

Power to Get Where You’re Going

The Toyota Tundra is available with one of three variations of its 3.4L i-FORCE V6 engine, which produces up to 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque with its most powerful configuration.

The Ford F-150 is a few steps ahead of its competition here. It's available with seven unique engine options that all boast a different combination of power and efficiency. Let’s see how they match up:

F-150 Engine
Horsepower
Torque
3.3L Ti-VCT V6 290 HP 265 lb-ft
2.7L EcoBoost® V6 325 HP 400 lb-ft
5.0L Ti-VCT V8 400 HP 410 lb-ft
3.5L EcoBoost® V6 400 HP 500 lb-ft
High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 450 HP 510 lb-ft
3.5L PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 430 HP 570 lb-ft
High-Output Supercharged 5.2L V8 700 HP 640 lb-ft

How Much Can They Tow?

The extra engine options and added power of the Ford F-150 translate into more towing strength. The 2023 Tundra is capable of pulling up to 12,000 pounds. It’s impressive, to be sure. If you’re in charge of the biggest jobs around town, however, the 2023 Ford F-150 will always answer the call. It boasts a maximum towing capacity of 14,000 pounds.


 

 

 

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TECHNOLOGY
Ford F-150

Whether you’re in command of the jobsite or just listening to your favorite tunes on your way to the campsite, connectivity is important. That’s why both the F-150 and the Tundra come with a bevy of innovative infotainment features.

Technology to Keep You Entertained

When it comes to staying entertained during the ride, both the 2023 Ford F-150 and the Toyota Tundra will keep you connected with shared standard features such as:

  • Apple CarPlay®
  • Android Auto™
  • Bluetooth® streaming

On the standard 8-inch displays in both trucks, you can easily stream your favorite playlist, queue up a podcast, and make hands-free phone calls. Activate the standard Wi-Fi hotspots in both trucks to access the internet from anywhere the journey takes you.

Whistle While You Work

In both the F-150 and the Tundra, you’ll have available sound systems to hear the music you’re streaming in crystal-clear audio. True audiophiles, however, will revel in the beats of the F-150's available B&O® Sound System Unleashed with 18 speakers that will deliver an immersive and visceral audio experience. The comparable JBL® audio system available with the Tundra only has 12 speakers.


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SAFETY
Ford F-150

Safety is all about feeling confident and in control at the helm of your truck. That’s why both the Ford F-150 and the Toyota Tundra come with a bevy of smart safety and driver-assistance features. Whether you’re hauling a heavy load or enjoying the open road burden-free, they’ll help keep an eye out for unexpected scenarios.

Stay Safe on Every Journey

The Ford F-150 and the Toyota Tundra offer comprehensive safety and driver-assistance suites: Ford Co-Pilot360™ and Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5, respectively. Each suite offers the following standard features:

  • Automatic High-Beam Headlamps
  • Lane-Keeping System
  • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
Park Like a Pro

Once you reach your destination, having a truck that will help you confidently put your trailer in place will be a boon. Luckily, both models are available with a trailer backup assist system that controls the steering wheel to keep your trailer moving in the direction you want it to.

The Ford F-150 also offers Active Park Assist 2.0. This available system will search for open parking spots while you drive at a low speed. Once you confirm, simply hold down the button and watch as your truck parks itself! The Tundra doesn’t offer a comparable parking system.


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Take Charge in the Ford F-150!
Ford F-150

Although both the 2023 Ford F-150 and the 2023 Toyota Tundra would make excellent road companions, the Ford F-150 has an edge in terms of power, entertainment, and safety.

When you’re ready to test drive the F-150 on the roads around West Point, King William, or Williamsburg, contact us at West Point Ford!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2023 F-150 for yourself are conveniently available right here online.