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Multiple configurations make the 2019 Toyota Tundra and Ford F-150 ideal pickup trucks for drivers who crave versatility and customization in their vehicles. They even both come with three engine options to meet each driver’s needs for power, hauling and towing. However, the Tundra pulls ahead here with its standard 4.6-liter i-FORCE V8, compared to the standard 3.3-liter V6 on the F-150. Of course, with that more rugged engine comes decreased fuel efficiency, with the Tundra getting a combined 16 mpg compared to the F-150’s 23 mpg (and up to 36 with its EcoBoost engine option). Although both trucks come with basic safety features like stability control, airbags located throughout the cabin, and a tire pressure monitoring system, the Tundra comes equipped with the full line of Toyota SafetySense technology for each trim. The system includes convenient features like pedestrian monitoring, sway warning, and lane departure alerts. Toyota and Ford offer several packages for their trucks, but the F-150’s wide array of options is nothing short of impressive, with everything from a chrome accent package to a package specifically for the truck’s towing needs, plus several standalone options, like a rearview camera with dynamic hitch assist and an engine block heater.
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2019 Toyota Tundra vs 2019 Ford F-150


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