As your workday ends near Statesboro, Metter, Sylvania, or Swainsboro, GA, you climb into your truck and head home to relax on the couch. You work hard all week long, but is your vehicle working hard enough?
Give yourself a break by getting behind the wheel of a truck ready for whatever the jobsite throws your way. The 2023 Toyota Tundra and the 2023 Ford F-150 are two standout trucks, but which one is the right match for you?
The team at Franklin Toyota is here to find the answer!
When it comes to efficiently running your family's farm or business, you need to have the right amount of power by your side. While both the Tundra and the F-150 have impressive outputs, it's clear that one truck overpowers the other.
The 2023 Toyota Tundra kicks off things with a commanding 3.4L Twin-Turbo V6 engine that delivers 358 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque. The best part about this? All that potent power comes standard! No matter which Tundra trim you choose, you'll have the power to get the job done.
The Ford F-150, on the other hand, only has 290 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque from its standard 3.3L V6 engine, so you may be left wanting more muscle for your worksite duties.
Plus, the 2023 Tundra has an available hybrid powertrain! Its 3.4L Twin-Turbo V6 engine works with an electric motor to generate an electrifying 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque.
Meanwhile, the optional hybrid powertrain of the 2023 F-150 only puts out 430 horsepower and 570 lb-ft of torque.
While it's nice to have large power outputs, even more important is what those power outputs lead to. In the case of these two trucks, that power leads to incredible towing capacities. However, you may want to stick with the Tundra for big jobs.
All the power from the base engine in the Tundra enables this pickup to tow a maximum of 8,300 pounds when properly equipped.
Once again, the F-150 falls short since the standard powertrain can only tackle a maximum of 8,200 pounds when properly configured.
If your work takes you on tough terrain, both trucks can confidently handle it. Activate the available Multi-Terrain Select system in the Tundra to choose a terrain mode-Mud, Sand, Rock, Mogul, or Auto-that matches your current road conditions.
The Ford F-150 also has a comparable system, which is called the Terrain Management System.
Whether you're towing a trailer to a remote campground or staying in town to take care of business, you need to know the ride there will be safe. Fortunately, both models are built to help keep you as safe as possible.
Buckle up and get ready for your next ride. To help you stay safe, the 2023 Tundra comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5, which includes the following driver-assistive systems:
The Toyota Tundra and the Ford F-150 share comparable features. For instance, they both can be equipped with Lane Keeping Systems. However, many of the shared features come standard with the Toyota but not with the Ford.
Unfortunately, the base model of the Ford F-150 will need to be upgraded if you want all the same safety features the Toyota Tundra provides.
Clearly, the 2023 Toyota Tundra has the streamlined strength, towing power, and intuitive safety features to assist you with work around Statesboro, Metter, Sylvania, or Swainsboro, GA.
Want to see this winning truck in action? If so, then contact or come visit us at Franklin Toyota and take a test drive today.
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