Toyota Tundra vs. the Competition

2016 Toyota Tundra

Searching for the Ideal Pickup? Check Out Our Comparison of the Toyota Tundra Versus the Nissan Titan and Honda Ridgeline

There's a reason that truck drivers who own a Toyota Tundra rarely end up behind the wheel of any other pickup: the Tundra is simply an all-around fantastic formula for those looking for a blend of brute strength, off-road ability, and value.

Not quite convinced? Take a look at the comparison below in which we pinned the Toyota Tundra against the Nissan Titan and the Honda Ridgeline, and see for yourself how the competition stacks up. Then, come visit one of our Reagor Dykes Auto Group stores serving the Lubbock and Amarillo areas and check out our selection of Tundra models for yourself.

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Toyota Tundra vs. Nissan Titan

  • Price wise, the Nissan Titan will set you back far more than a comparably equipped Toyota Tundra.
  • Both the Nissan and Toyota variants have V8 engines available for those Lubbock and Amarillo area drivers looking for an extra boost of potent power; the V8 of the Toyota Tundra, however, proves to be the more powerful option, cranking out 381 horsepower, while that of the Titan achieve only 310 horsepower.
  • Whether you're towing hefty loads or simply backing in or out of a tight parking spot, having a backup camera is an absolute game-changer when your ride of choice is a full-size rig; luckily for Tundra drivers, backup camera comes standard on Toyota's version, while it's not even available on a comparably equipped Nissan  Titan.

Toyota Tundra vs. Honda Ridgeline

  • The Honda Ridgeline is back in action after a lengthy hiatus; unfortunately, Honda will only be offering the new version with one engine option: a 280 horsepower V-6 engine with Direct Injection. Not only does the Toyota Tundra offer pickup truck shoppers a greater spread of engines from which to consider, but its options come with far more power onboard for more substantial performance.
  • Again, the Honda Ridgeline is somewhat of a one-and-done offering, with only one standard bed length from which to choose--should you need more room or greater payload capacity, you're out of luck. The Tundra, on the other hand, has three bed lengths to help you get the job done right--a 5.5-ft short bed (CrewMax), a 6.5-ft standard bed (Double Cab), and an 8.1-ft long bed (Regular Cab, Double Cab), all of which are 5.5-ft wide and 22.2 inches deep.
  • The unibody construction of the Ridgeline offers improved fuel economy and a composed on-road manner; however, a body-on-frame construction such as that of the Toyota Tundra proves to be a far more rugged, off-road capable variant, allowing for increased confidence when taking the road less traveled.
 


Nissan Titan




Honda Ridgeline