2016 Ford F-150 2016 Toyota Tundra
385 Max Horsepower 381
420 lb-ft Max Torque 401 lb-ft
12,200 lbs Towing Capacity 10,500 lbs
21-26 Highway MPG 17-19
15-19 City MPG 13-15

2016 Ford F-150 vs 2016 Toyota Tundra

A truck is something you can rely on. It’s there for you when you need to get the job done, and it’s always ready to haul and tow all the things that you need. That being said, all trucks are not created equal, and one truck stands out from the pack. Find out what truck we are talking about with this 2016 Ford F-150 vs 2016 Toyota Tundra comparison.

Ford and Toyota have both been around the block, but time and time again, Ford has to take Toyota to school. 2016 is no different. Ford outclasses, outsmarts, and outperforms the Toyota Tundra in every category. It has more power, more torque, and it even looks better.

Performance to Ford is all about options. The Toyota Tundra comes with two engine options, whereas the Ford F-150 comes with a whopping four options. Everything from a V6 with EcoBoost power to a 5.0L V8 with Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing. With Ford, you can get the right engine for you.

Ford wants you to have fun, and they want you to haul what you need. The max towing capacity of a Toyota Tundra is 10,500 lbs. That may seem like nothing to laugh at, until you see just how much more powerful an F-150 can be. 

Lightweight power and new apearance and trim packages

There are a lot of reasons why the Ford F-150 seems to pass right over all its competitors. Some of it is just heritage. Ford has long maintained a reputation for delivering the toughest trucks on the market. Ford’s aluminum design for the new F-150 pushes it even further ahead of all the competition. Ford cut 700 pounds of weight without sacrificing an inch of durability or safety.

The huge weight savings also means that Ford has far more fuel economy. Not only can you tow more, and have more power, but you save money at the pumps too. Ford has made the truck more affordable to own than ever before.

The new 2016 F-150 comes with the all new SYNC 3 interface and an optional Pro Trailer Back-up Assist. Also new for 2016, the F-150 now comes with new appearance packages for the XLT and the Lariat, and an all new Limited trim level with several exclusive features.