Here are just 5 of the reasons that I feel the Tundra is better than the F150. Please like, share, and subscribe. Thank you.

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    • S R Larson
      S R Larson

      Thanks for the review. I'm not in the market for a new truck but it's always nice to know what the competition is like. I, for one, love my 2016 RAM 1500, and here's why: 5) In-cabin storage. Nifty bins both under the rear seat and in the floor. 4) Power. You can't go wrong with the Hemi V8, and the 8-speed auto actually works well with it. Never in the wrong gear, tow/haul or not. 3) Comfort. Highway ride is the best I have ever had in a truck or SUV. 2) Get the work done. Whatever fits the cargo bed, no matter how heavy, it will haul it no questions asked. 1) Bad weather traction. There is no weather situation this truck can't handle. And I live in Wyoming. You can also turn off traction control in 4wd mode so you get all the info you need from the road surface.

      about 1 day ago
    • Mikehikebike
      Mikehikebike

      Agree with you, Toyota reliability. I had an 05 Tundra with 4.7L V-8, Zero problems. Started without a miss, one touch of key in a nano-second. It was a work truck with bench seat, sold it and bought a new Chevy Colorado 2015. Worst transmission I've ever owned. Colorado cabin leaked in first rain storm. Sold that after 24,000 miles.

      about 2 days ago
    • Samuel Lopez
      Samuel Lopez

      ford is better overall

      about 8 days ago
    • Bob Porter
      Bob Porter

      1 2000 Tacoma that still runs like it's new! 1 2012 Tundra 4.6 DC that we tow a 28' 7000 lb. Trailer. I would not trade my Tundra for any other truck. Fantastic Truck.

      about 8 days ago
    • Enoch
      Enoch

      Toyota are AMERICAN made, in Texas. Chevy took a bale out, and their parts are foreign made! Just pop the hood, and look! Never.....EVER.....see a Toyota on the side of the road for anything other than a blown tire, or out of gas. My son inherited my 1st. Tundra, and I am on my 2nd. It runs so smooth, class A steering, and it's paid off at 108,000 miles. No issues, on either truck. Met a guy by my house with an 2008, exactly like the 1 my son's driving now. He ran a hotshot service running a pack of Tundras. His truck had over 760,000 miles on the Odometer. He didn't do anything, but Reg. maintenance. I absolutely, Love my 2013. Gonna drive it till the wheels Fall off. Probably be dead before that happens.

      about 11 days ago
    • Dylan Daratt
      Dylan Daratt

      This dude is dumb. The EcoBoost motors can tow more and also has a higher pay load. I drive an average 2500 miles a week and I’ve never had a single issue.

      about 13 days ago
    • Kevin Renn
      Kevin Renn

      I went from a Chevy Silverado to a Tundra. I do prefer the Tundra for almost everything except the drivers seat is UNCOMFORTABLE. I don't have the platinum leather ones, just the 2 tone cloth seats and after my first long trip my back ached. I couldn't adjust the seat to get it comfortable and have considered selling the truck (which I love) because of the uncomfortable ride. I found some of the platinum leather seats on ebay, but I'm not sure I want to spend 2k and take a chance.

      about 14 days ago
    • ICE_Sxptic
      ICE_Sxptic

      All I’m saying is if you are American and you love to buy cheap shit like that, you are not American. What’s funny is that the foreigners that buy American cars act more fucking American that you. If you wanna buy that cheap shit, take your ass to japan.

      about 16 days ago
    • Argyl2094
      Argyl2094

      Im a Chevy guy and so is my Family we have always owned silverados because they have always made it into 400 000 kms and higher. We take care of our trucks they take care of us. And thats all with no major problems that couldnt be fixed ourselves. I will say though the tundra intrigues me and i looked at a tacoma. I had driven a 3019 taco for a week that i rented and just wasnt impressed

      about 25 days ago
    • max zorin
      max zorin

      Crash tests for tundra are horrible. ....check out iihs

      about 27 days ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to max zorin

      max zorin I seen that

      about 27 days ago
    • Az Tex
      Az Tex

      C'mon! Talking head video! Stop that rig and do a walk around and show us what you're talking about!

      about 28 days ago
    • Az Tex
      Az Tex In reply to Az Tex

      +Gear Runner Cool! I look forward to it!

      about 23 days ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to Az Tex

      Az Tex I have a video up that show all the mods and I have a video coming soon showing how much it would cost to build my truck that shows the mods

      about 28 days ago
    • Emel
      Emel

      im trying to decide between a tundra 1794 and Sierra AT4. Coming from a 2012 Sierra and never had any issues, its a great truck. Owned a F150 before the Sierra and it had the transmission replaced at 60K miles(warranty) then started having issues again at 66k. Sold it and havent looked back.

      about 1 month ago
    • jo jo
      jo jo

      You forgot to mention the chassis... every other truck installs a "C" channel.. tundra has a box chassis.. Also the 14 inch brake disks... tundra is just plain tough... reliable... toyota doesnt change things very often, because if it works, it dont need to be changed..

      about 1 month ago
    • MJ Y
      MJ Y

      I’ve had many new Fords & Chevys with minor or no issues. I have nothing against the Tundras except for the fact that they are dated as hell. It’s easy to be the most reliable truck when nothing ever changes.

      about 1 month ago
    • Hieu Ha
      Hieu Ha

      Hey man. Brand loyalty sucks because if you’re loyal to an inferior product then..... well you know.

      I worked for Toyota for a short period of time. In that time, they educated us on their product often and let us know why they do things the way they do.

      1. Seats. They design their seats to be comfortable for 4 hours. If you think back to previous Toyota’s you’ve owned. You should recall that their seats were always on the firm side. Whether the leather is soft or not, the foam underneath will always be firm and with support. The competition designs their seats to be fluffy and albeit they feel wonderful when you plop down; it does not have the same support for a road trip.

      Secondly, TOW HAUL mode. You say it feels like it gives it 40-50 HP... :) my wife keeps her Sequoia in What she calls “beast mode” permanently. So it is exactly what a chip does. Gears are held longer, but ALSO, the throttle curve is aggressively tuned for “GO” hahaha. It’s way more responsive. That’s the sole reason it feels like it comes alive. We can run steady at 110-115mph with about 10% pedal travel. Meaning barely on the gas, and the truck feels like a feather.

      Thirdly, I feel you on the reliability of Toyota. We have owned 9 Toyota’s in our household. 4 of them have been personal daily drivers. One of them being the old 3.4L supercharged.. let me tell you, we are hard on them. They see redline everyday at least once. They just don’t get much more reliable than that. I will say this about FORD. If it were not for FORD. Toyotas will have no advancements. FORD forces the automotive industry to move forward. Except for TESLA.

      Anyway great videos. Thank you!

      about 1 month ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to Hieu Ha

      Hieu Ha Awesome Thank you.

      about 1 month ago
    • Hieu Ha
      Hieu Ha In reply to Hieu Ha

      Here’s a still frame edited from that video clip.

      https://instagram.com/p/BW6IvfCFIk3/

      about 1 month ago
    • Hieu Ha
      Hieu Ha In reply to Hieu Ha

      For sure... https://www.instagram.com/p/BW6K_IBBz5t/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=17fowc9aztuai

      Try if the link works. This is an example of us beating up her Sequoia. Looking back now I wish I would have done it again in 2WD. Would have been more drifting. Some people might say that we are morons for type of behavior.... I just know and trust Toyotas. At the time of this video, the truck just passed 100K miles. We pay a lot for our vehicles, whatever it takes, they should put a smile on our face while doing it. Let’s face it! These are made in San Antonio! It’s more American than a lot of trucks. Families are buying groceries by earning an incoming putting these trucks together. LOCALLY.

      about 1 month ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to Hieu Ha

      Hieu Ha Thank you and I’m glad you liked the video. If it’s ok with you I may actually use your comment in a video. It is very informative and has a lot of information I think people would like.

      about 1 month ago
    • Victor Lin
      Victor Lin

      After watching a few of your videos I went out and got a TRD Pro 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • Nick F
      Nick F

      Keep it clean?!?!





      Cock balls

      about 1 month ago
    • Jeff Brown
      Jeff Brown

      You win. The only thing I could come up with is that my 5.0 F150 was cheaper. I've already gone through 2 sets of sway bar links. Easy fix but annoying. Great honest video.

      about 1 month ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to Jeff Brown

      Jeff Brown Thank you. My F150s were just in the shop to much. I did like them but wasn’t willing to start paying for all repairs when the warranty ran out.

      about 1 month ago
    • Dean Lutgert
      Dean Lutgert

      We laugh at you when you leave in your rice burner pickup

      about 1 month ago
    • C You
      C You In reply to Dean Lutgert

      All will be in the used car lot !

      about 1 month ago
    • Dean Lutgert
      Dean Lutgert In reply to Dean Lutgert

      +Gear Runner they sell about 900000 f150s a year your going to see more of them

      about 1 month ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to Dean Lutgert

      Dean Lutgert I see way more fords on the side of the road here that anything else. I bet they aren’t laughing then!

      about 1 month ago
    • aldehneh
      aldehneh

      what about can the tundra hold 2000 lbs on its trunk bed?

      about 1 month ago
    • Kenneth Jinkins
      Kenneth Jinkins

      MPG

      about 1 month ago
    • Victor Cunanan
      Victor Cunanan

      Good luck tundra enthusiast just get prepared $1000 or more repair on starter replacement when need one lol... 5 reasons why I loved my F150, #1 true American truck only made in USA patriotic guy loves American products, #2 Ford are the pioneer engineers without it, there is no Toyota now a days to reproduce from a original source, #3 powerful on towing and drive like a car and yet economical and very comfortable ride like a bmw or Mercedes ride and not Toyota/Lexus, #4 strong and rigid body and safest truck on it's category because USA is more stronger steel than Japan if not we lost the war and lastly #5 they don't run out of style even the 98' still looks macho compare to tundra so even more to compare 2015 and up F150 body style, raptor is way more good looking truck of all. To sum all up, my conclusion is, Toyota is way way way to compete FORD, Ford no need to prove its product but Toyota needs to keep up to recognize. Thank you and God bless America!

      about 1 month ago
    • YouTubeIsTheEnemy OfFreedomOfSpeech
      YouTubeIsTheEnemy OfFreedomOfSpeech In reply to Victor Cunanan

      Victor Cunanan I couldn't agree more! These 'Yota fanboys are delusional (and most of them are Liberal Lunatics).

      about 1 month ago
    • Gear Runner
      Gear Runner In reply to Victor Cunanan

      Victor Cunanan I have tons of friends with Tundras and not 1 has ever had to replace a starter. These aren’t Fords lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Carl Smith
      Carl Smith

      It's funny how a guy that has no ideal what the hat on his head is for, (keeping the sun a bay) but feel he know something about trucks. My back window rolls down does yours? NO I don't need all that crap and who buys a truck with a moon roof? the guy that has his old lady picking it out, Then getting on the net talking shit about other manufactures . My neighbors all own toys they like fish'n but not one will pull my 33' Grady- White to the coast. Toyota builds lite duty trucks, don't come up in here and act like you know trucks, the name on the side one day you will learn.

      about 1 month ago
    • Steve Brown
      Steve Brown

      All you truck fanboys can have whatever opinion you want...but what really matters is the opinions of experienced independent mechanics....I have ask many and they all say Ford for a full sized truck...no contest

      about 1 month ago
    • Tom E
      Tom E In reply to Steve Brown

      +YouTubeIsTheEnemy OfFreedomOfSpeech Agree Steve I think Toyota makes a good truck but it's not bulletproof as people believe! I work with a lady whose husband works as a Toyota mechanic and he said they come in with plenty of problems as well. You just don't hear about them because there aren't as many on the road. He drives a Tundra but always compliments my F-150.

      about 1 month ago
    • YouTubeIsTheEnemy OfFreedomOfSpeech
      YouTubeIsTheEnemy OfFreedomOfSpeech In reply to Steve Brown

      Steve Brown Agreed. Very few Toyota techs drive Toyota products (even though they can receive steep discounts/low financing). That says alot about Toyota's supposed reliability which is nothing more than a marketing scam.

      about 1 month ago
    • Tim Roach
      Tim Roach

      Unfortunately the Tundra fails the crash test. No go for me.

      about 1 month ago
    • Enoch
      Enoch In reply to Tim Roach

      Tim Roach I don't buy trucks, because they wreck good!

      about 11 days ago
    • Tom E
      Tom E In reply to Tim Roach

      And here is the proof for 2019. Ford has a much better crash rating! https://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/v/class-summary/large-pickups

      about 1 month ago
    • m rad
      m rad

      I have a 2014 screw f150 5.0 xlt which I bought new.
      1. If you don't buy America based company vehicles there won't be America based company vehicles.
      2. Most leg room in the back seat.
      3. Zero problems with it in nearly 5 years. Owned a mid 90's f150 for 7 years that only needed an alternator so felt they were reliable.
      4. Most US built vehicle in 2014
      5. 5.0 engine is a damn good engine based on my research and a couple buddys who drove them as company trucks for real work.

      I have a buddy who had the first gen tundra and put 360k on it with no issues but the frame rusted clear through and Toyota replaced it. He replaced with the second gen and rear e d went out for $2400....what is reliable? I don't know

      about 2 months ago
    • Tony Robert
      Tony Robert

      I’ve owed Fords, Tundra, GMC trucks and just bought a 2018 Ford F-150. Ford with the 5.0 V8. The twin turbos have two many long term issues if one researches.
      Tundra are great machines but same everything since 2007 besides a few basic cosmetic changes. So your comparing 12 year old same engines designs and old tired body design and worst gas mileage then anything else nearly made. I still like Tundra but would not consider one again until after 2020 to see what advances they might change.

      Ford V8 Supercrew cab space and modern truck design, 5.0 V8 with longer bed, with the aluminum body is the best truck on the market compared to the dated Tundra Crewmax, Especially in the salt belt of Illinois.

      about 2 months ago
    • Tom E
      Tom E In reply to Tony Robert

      Tony I agree a 5.0 with the Aluminum body is the perfect combo. You'll be able to pass it on for generations! Try doing that with a Tundra or any other Manufacturer in a salt based state.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ganja Green
      Ganja Green

      35 vehicles?? Damn bad luck?

      about 2 months ago
    • Robert Hills Jr
      Robert Hills Jr

      I am on my second Tundra and love it. It is the cheap model but just as damn good as the 14 Tundra Platinum with out all the bells and whistles. Better gas mileage and just as comfortable driving. I have the 4.6 engine now but still just as good. Tundra is a better 1/2 truck in all the ways I can think of. Also the SR model has a bigger bed which makes more sense in any way going. You asked for the absolute truth and you just got it. Thanks for great videos and believe me, never move to Fl. At first great but then it gets to the truth of the matter and wish you had stayed where you were at. Again the truth.

      about 2 months ago
    • D Ozzie
      D Ozzie

      I Certainly think that Toyota makes a fine truck. I know people that have had all brands and liked and disliked things about the trucks. I have a 2014 f150 eco boost and the only trouble I have had is replacing a fog light that burnt out. I feel a lot of any trucks will do as well as they are serviced regularly....hope the tundra serves you well..

      about 2 months ago