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Ford vs Toyota

Sames Bastrop Ford is the premier Ford dealership serving Cedar Creek Bastrop Austin Giddings Texas, and we’re thrilled to announce that we have all of the latest Ford vehicles available to test-drive, purchase and lease. We’re often asked to compare Ford to the other makes on the market, and the Ford vs Toyota comparison in particular has become even more interesting in recent years as both brands have adapted to shifting consumer interests. We believe that the best way to demonstrate why Ford beats Toyota is to do a direct comparison between some of their most popular vehicles.

Ford vs Toyota - 2022 Ford Bronco

Ford F-150 vs Toyota Tundra

The Ford-150 is a full-size pickup truck. It remains the best-selling vehicle in America period and has been for many decades. The Tundra from Toyota has been one of the non-domestic alternatives to the F-150 over the years. There was a point at which Toyota distinguished itself with advanced driver-assistance technologies, but that advantage has entirely faded. When it comes to capabilities, Ford is unmatched among light-duty pickup trucks offering a 14,000-pound max tow rating and a 2,900-pound max payload rating. Ford offers one of the best infotainment implements with Sync 4. It is an IIHS Top Safety Pick and provides superior fuel performance than the Tundra as well. Critics agree that it provides superior ride comfort, and Ford offers more technologies and amenities than Toyota does.

Ford vs Toyota - 2022 Ford Mustang

Ford Ranger vs Toyota Tacoma

The Ford Ranger and the Toyota Tacoma continue to be among the top-selling midsize pickups on the road. For may drivers, they are more convenient than a full-size pickup. They are also more affordable and provide better fuel performance while still offering serious towing and payload capabilities. Toyota has carved out a niche for itself among off-road enthusiasts with its “Taco,” but that has also worked against it among the average consumer since that is where much of its focus lies. The Ranger offers better fuel performance, best-in-class towing and higher payload ratings. It also has a roomier and more comfortable interior, and the starting MSRP is significantly less with the Ford Ranger as well.

Ford vs Toyota - 2022 Ford Ranger

Ford F-150 Lightning vs Tundra i-Force Max

The question of why Ford beats Toyota enters an entirely new domain with the introduction of electric trucks. Ford has outdone itself with the impressive F-150 Lighting. This is an all-electric pickup truck that can tow as much as 10,000 pounds and travel as much as 320 miles on a single charge. You can charge your Ford F-150 Lightning at home via either a 110-volt or 220-volt connection, and even faster charging speeds are available when you have access to a DC fast-charging station. Toyota has opted not to introduce an all-electric version of the Tundra and Instead give us the i-Force Max, which is an optional upgrade to the current V6 powertrain that adds an electric motor and a battery pack.

Ford vs Toyota - 2022 Ford Escape
Ford Escape vs Toyota RAV-4

Small crossovers are only behind pickup trucks in terms of their overall popularity in America, and among the most popular are the Escape from Ford and the RAV-4 from Toyota. Both vehicles start at similar MSRPs and are available with both standard and hybrid powertrains. The Escape and RAV-4 both come loaded with advanced driver-assistance technologies and were both selected as an IIHS Top Safety Pick, but the Escape outperformed the RAV-4 in NHTSA crash testing. The Escape also provides a more robust standard equipment package and uses higher-quality materials in its cabin construction.

Ford Explorer vs Toyota Highlander

Among drivers who want a midsize three-row SUV, the new Ford Explorer continues to be a top option. The Highlander also sells well, but its higher starting MSRP does alienate certain consumers. Ford also offers many more personalization options for the Explorer, and that includes specialized trims like the Timberline. Ford offers higher overall performance for drivers who want it but also a highly efficient hybrid powertrain, and that model outperforms the equivalent Highlander when it comes to fuel performance. There is no advantage between the vehicles when it comes to available and standard driver-assistance technologies, but Ford does distinguish itself with the Sync 4 software.

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