Ask anyone, and they’ll tell you that the most rugged and gritty of all vehicles is a well-built truck. You can spot any kind of truck from a distance; a menacing exterior, growling engine, and tough as nails body that will tow anything you need it to. There’s really nothing like a good pickup to get you and your belongings from Point A to Point B with power and performance.
In the world of heavy duty pickups, two of Canada’s most iconic models are the 2016 Ford F-150 and the 2016 Toyota Tundra. Both have formed and built solid reputations for their toughness, hard-nosed styling, and ability to perform in any element or situation. Today we compare both trucks’ base models to help shoppers decide which Canadian icon is best for them. For comparison's sake, this base model comparison will take a look at both trucks' 4x2 drive style. 4x4 is available on both models as well as either a standard driver or an option in the cab.
As you can see from the above information, what the base model of the 2016 F-150 lacks in engine size and horsepower, it more than makes up for in towing capacity and fuel efficiency when compared with the 2016 Tundra. Keep in mind also that the 2016 F-150 offers six different trim lines ranging from the standard XL to its Limited model, each with their own engine power and towing capacity. However, for the money, the 2016 F-150's pure performance ability gives you great bang for your buck.
Though the 2016 Tundra is a fantastic competitor in its own right for consumers who desire a bit more engine size and horsepower, the 2016 Ford F-150 in Edmonton, AB shines much brighter in towing capacity and fuel economy for just a few hundred dollars’ difference. Outside of its performance capabilities, the F-150 also has an available option that includes Ford’s SYNC-3 media interface, which allows drivers to connect their phones to their F-150 for hands-free streaming, communication and navigation on the work site. Also, the 2016 F-150 has earned a Five-Star Safety Rating and comes built with high strength, Ford certified steel alloys, keeping you safe and secure behind the wheel. The F-150’s value is unmatched as well, as Vincentric named the 2016 model as its Lowest Cost of Ownership, giving you high performance and unrivaled personality for a fantastic value.
If you’re convinced that the 2016 Ford F-150 in Edmonton, AB is the right truck for you, the sales team at Sherwood Ford are always available to work out financing options and help you schedule a test drive. Come and see what all the hype is about for yourself.