Compare Toyota Tundra in Portsmouth, NH

Compare the Toyota Tundra against the Silverado 1500, F-150, and Ram 1500

The Toyota Tundra is a premier full-size truck combining luxury, performance, and durability. This best-selling pickup takes on the Silverado 1500, F-150, and Ram 1500 to set the standard for its segment. Toyota of Portsmouth has new Tundra models available right here in Portsmouth, NH. Our sales team is ready to walk you through side-by-side comparisons of these pickup trucks to help you make an informed decision in no time. We strive for customer satisfaction and will work to help you get back on the road today. Whether you're going off-road or enjoying a night on the town, get ready to conquer the highways and byways in a new Toyota Tundra.

The Tundra vs. The Silverado 1500

  • Like the Silverado 1500, the Tundra is one of the more affordable options in its class combining power, innovation, and a range of available features for added luxury and comfort.
  • The higher ride height of the Toyota Tundra ensures you'll have an easier time clearing obstacles, making off-road adventures easier than ever. At 10.4 inches versus just 8.1 in the Silverado, the Tundra is the clear choice for rough terrain.
  • At 401 pound-feet of torque, the Tundra will ensure you have an easier time towing than a similar Silverado 1500 model.
  • If you're looking for power, the Tundra is your best option. This pickup comes with a standard 381-horsepower eight-cylinder engine while the Silverado 1500's standard four-cylinder only produces 310 horsepower.
  • Standard 4x4 capability makes the Tundra a clear choice if you plan to take full advantage of the terrain around Exeter and Hampton, NH.

The Tundra vs. Ram 1500

  • The Tundra has more available front legroom than the Ram 1500 for a more comfortable riding experience.
  • With its standard 381-horsepower V8 engine, drivers will get plenty of power for the day ahead. The Ram 1500 only comes standard with a 305-horsepower six-cylinder option and upgrading to the V8 will cost you a pretty penny
  • The Tundra also produces more torque than the Ram 1500 for more exhilarating performance and quicker acceleration; 401 pound-feet in the Toyota Vs just 269 in the Ram 1500
  • The Tundra comes with more standard safety features than the Ram 1500 including the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 suite of features
  • With similar bed sizes, both the Toyota Tundra and RAM 1500 offer similar payload volumes, however the additional power of the Tundra makes heavy loads easier to handle

The Tundra vs. F-150

  • With its higher ground clearance, the Tundra is more equipped for the rough terrain and winter conditions around Dover NH than the Ford F-150
  • Standard V8 power means that the Tundra has more grunt for towing and plowing than the Ford F-150, which only offers a V6 as standard
  • The Toyota Tundra comes standard with heated seats, giving you more comfort when winter lands in Portsmouth. The F-150 makes heated seats an optional extra.
  • The Tundra has a larger fuel tank capacity than the F-150 allowing you to go farther between fuel fill-ups.
  • Both models also seat up to six passengers-plenty of space for all of your friends and family, however only the Tundra comes with leather upholstery as standard.

Toyota Tundra vs Ford F-150


The Tundra vs GMC Sierra 1500

  • Powertrain: The Toyota Tundra features one standard V8 engine, which generates 381-horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. While the Sierra 1500 has a powerful V8 option available, its base engine generates 285-horsepower and 305 pound-feet. More powerful engines cost extra on the new Sierra 1500.
  • Safety: Thanks to the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 driver-assist suite, the Tundra has a lot of great safety features to keep you protected. This truck features standard Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Automatic High beams, and Lane Departure Warning, among many others. These features have comparable applications on the Sierra 1500, but they are absent from base trims.
  • Warranty: Toyota offers more comprehensive warranties for the Tundra pickup, with no mileage cap on roadside assistance and 24-months/25,000 miles of additional ToyotaCare. GMC caps its roadside assistance warranty at 60,000 miles and its maintenance warranty at 24,000 miles.
  • Interior: Both of these trucks have several configurations with cabs and pickup boxes. However, the standard double cab of the Tundra has much more interior shoulder room and hip room, compared to its GMC counterpart.
  • Features: Each trim of the Tundra offers you lots of standard equipment to help get the job done, including a trailer hitch, the Trailer Assist feature, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and Trailer Brake Control. All of these features come available on select trims of the Sierra 1500, but are absent from base trims.

Visit Toyota of Portsmouth for More Information

Now that you see the new Toyota Tundra is the better option among its competitors, make your way to Toyota of Portsmouth for a test drive. We are proud to be your local new Toyota dealer with a wide selection of new Tundra models available right now. Our staff is here to assist you with your purchase in no time. We also have an onsite finance department for our Hampton customers as well. If you're looking to buy or lease, let our finance experts find you the best offers available. Be sure to complete an online finance application as well to get the finance process started in minutes from home. Contact us or stop by Toyota of Portsmouth for more information and to test drive your new Tundra today.

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