2020 Ford F-150 vs. 2020 Toyota Tundra: Head to Head

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F-150 vs. Tundra: Which Full-Size Pickup Truck Is Right for You?

The full-size pickup truck market is fiercely competitive for one very good reason: People buy a whole lot of trucks! In fact, the three top selling vehicles in the U.S. are all full-size trucks. And wouldn’t you know, the Ford F-150 sits at the top of the sales charts. 

In fact, Ford will politely remind you (very often) that the F-150 has been the best-selling truck in the United States for more than four decades. Last year alone, Ford sold more than 900,000 F-150s in the U.S. With that kind of dominance, does a rival like the Toyota Tundra stand a chance? Even more to the point, can nearly one million truck shoppers be wrong?

Using our extensive rankings, we’ve broken down this truck battle into 11 categories. These include everything from price and power, to reliability and towing capacity. Safety and fuel economy are also big considerations. 

When the dust settled and the scores were tallied, one of these hard-working trucks pulled out a clear and commanding victory. Read on to find out who won.

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