Are you on the hunt for a large light-duty pickup truck that has the toughness and capabilities to get the job done? Here at Toyota Vacaville, we encourage you to take a look at the outstanding 2020 Toyota Tundra, with its off-road prowess, high towing and payload capacities, high-strength body structure, and complimentary scheduled maintenance. Are you curious to see how the Tundra stacks up against the large light-duty pickup truck competition? Check out this 2020 Toyota Tundra vs 2020 Ford F-150 comparison.
One of the most important things that you can do to ensure that your truck achieves optimal performance and is in a good operating condition is to follow its recommended maintenance schedule. The Tundra makes this a more affordable proposition with its 2-years/24,000-miles complimentary scheduled maintenance plan. The F-150 doesn’t offer any complimentary scheduled maintenance.
2020 Toyota Tundra
2020 Ford F-150
|2-years/24,000-miles||Complimentary Scheduled Maintenance||No|
|8,800 pounds||Standard Towing Capacity||5,000 pounds|
|1,520 pounds||Standard Payload Capacity||1,142 pounds|
|18 inches||Standard Wheel Size||17 inches|
Large light-duty pickup trucks are a great option for people with towing needs. The Tundra has a standard towing capacity of 8,800 pounds, compared to 5,000 pounds for the F-150. Do you have to haul a heavy load in the pickup bed? The Tundra has a standard payload capacity of 1,520 pounds, compared to 1,142 pounds for the F-150.
The Tundra has some advantages for driving dynamics as well. It comes standard with 18-inch wheels, compared to the standard 17-inch wheels for the F-150. The larger wheels result in better handling and stability. The stability for the Tundra is also aided by the available stabilizer bar for the rear suspension. The F-150 doesn’t offer a rear stabilizer bar. Also, for all configurations, the Tundra has a shorter turning circle, resulting in greater maneuverability.
Contact us at Toyota Vacaville for more information about the 2020 Toyota Tundra!