Comparing the 2017 Ford F-150 to the Competition at Denny Menholt Ford

Truck lovers from all over the Butte, Dillon, Anaconda, Whitehall, Three Forks, Deer Lodge, Helena, and Bozeman MT areas deserve to take the wheel of the best pickup truck for their wants and needs, and we here at Denny Menholt Ford always aim to please! If you're in the market for a truck, whether it's your first one of your fiftieth, you deserve to get the objective facts; on this page, you'll see the 2017 Ford F-150 full-size pickup truck compared to one of its main rivals: the 2017 Toyota Tundra. Take a look below to get a quick overview of the 2017 F-150 and discover how it leaves its rivals in the rearview.

The Ford F-150 comes in seven trim levels for you to enjoy - the base XL, XLT, Lariat, Raptor, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited - so you can find the exact model with all the features and functions you demand behind the wheel. On the outside, you'll find features such as 17-inch painted steel wheels, cargo tie downs, trailer wiring, fog lamps, and many more standard and available features to make your ride as convenient and stylish as possible. Climb inside and find convenient technologies like the SYNC touchscreen infotainment system for music and connectivity, as well as an 8-inch LCD productivity display to keep you informed of crucial driving details on the fly. Add on safety tech like Pro Trailer Backup Assist, Standard AdvanceTrac, a rearview camera, and more, and you'll always be in full control. And with a maximum towing capacity of 12,200 lbs. and a maximum payload capacity of 3,270 lbs. when properly equipped, you'll be ready for anything.

The 2017 Ford F-150 vs. the 2017 Toyota Tundra

  • The starting price of the 2017 Ford F-150 is $28,405 MSRP which is considerably more affordable than the 2017 Toyota Tundra's starting price of $31,315 MSRP.
  • The standard engine in the F-150 provides better EPA-estimated fuel efficiency numbers in the city and on the highway than the Tundra.
  • Optional features like Satellite Radio, Navigation, and Parking Assistance tech in the base F-150 are only available in higher trim levels of the Tundra.
  • The F-150 comes standard with stylish painted alloy wheels, easily outclassing the Tundra's standard steel wheels.
  • With the largest cab sizes - the F-150 SuperCrew and the Tundra CrewMax - the Tundra provides more front head , shoulder, and leg room as well as more rear head, shoulder, hip, and leg room for superior comfort in all seats.
  • The base F-150 provides considerably higher towing and payload capacities than the base Tundra model.
  • When properly equipped, the F-150 provides best-in-class payload so you can be sure you're getting the most out of your truck bed.
  • According to Edmunds.com, the F-150 scored higher Average Consumer Ratings than the Tundra in the categories of Interior, Performance, Safety, Technology, and Value, in all of which the F-150 earned 5-star ratings. The remaining categories of Reliability (5 stars) and Comfort (4.5 stars) tied in both vehicles.
  • According to Edmunds.com, the F-150's 5-Year Ownership Costs overall are estimated at $29,799, which is considerably more affordable than the Tundra's estimated costs of $35,979.
  • Finally, the base F-150's choice of 9 exterior and four interior color options easily beats the base Tundra's three exterior and two interior color options.

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