Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.




Tundra is built for the work site and the weekend. The available TRD Sport Package shows why Tundra is the king of the streets with its aggressive styling and black-accented 20-in. alloy wheels. Also standard on Tundra, Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)24 is a comprehensive active safety package designed to support your awareness and decision-making on the road. Learn more about TSS.

See how the 2018 Toyota Tundra CREWMAX 4x4 compares against the 2018 Ford F-150 Supercrew 4x4 Lariat 145-in. WB. If cost is a concern, MSRP Including destination charge on Tundra CrewMax 4X4 Limited 5.7L V8 is $1,670 less than the F-150 SuperCrew 4X4 Lariat 145-in. WB. For power and performance, Tundra CrewMax 4X4 Limited has 8 Cylinders while F-150 SuperCrew 4X4 has only 6 Cylinders. Tundra CrewMax 4X4 Limited 5.7L V8 also has 1300 more pounds of standard towing capacity than F-150 SuperCrew 4X4 Lariat. For storage and convenience, console storage is standard on Tundra CrewMax 4X4 Limited 5.7L V8 but only optional on F-150 SuperCrew 4X4.

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Toyota Safety Sense™ P24

Toyota Safety Sense™ P24 combines an in-vehicle camera and front-grill mounted millimeter-wave radar for enhanced performance and more functionality. In addition to the three active safety technologies featured in the TSS-C24 package, TSS-P enhances the Pre-Collision System23 by adding a Pedestrian Detection function22, enhances LDA21 by adding a Steering Assist function20 on certain models, and adds Dynamic Radar Cruise Control19.