Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tacoma
Ford F-150
Toyota Tacoma
At a Glance: F-150 vs. Tacoma

Many drivers find themselves comparing the 2022 Ford F-150 and the 2022 Toyota Tacoma when looking around Mount Pocono, Tobyhanna, Scranton, and Pocono Pines for their next set of wheels. So, the Ray Price Ford team has decided to help drivers make their decision by providing this comparison.

As we put these two trucks head-to-head, take a look at their abilities to see which one offers everything you’re looking for.



14,000 lbs. | 6,800 lbs.
F-150 vs. Tacoma


3,325 lbs. | 1,440 lbs.
F-150 vs. Tacoma


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F-150 vs. Tacoma
Which is the Right Truck for You?
FORD F-150
Customize Your Truck

When choosing a truck, the powertrain is often one of the most important things to consider. From the engine to the transmission and the drivetrain, you want to be sure that everything is up to par and designed to handle the kind of drives you tackle on a daily basis.

FORD F-150
Built for You

Since the Ford F-150 is available with six engines—including hybrid and diesel options—you’ll be able to customize this truck to match all of your needs. The Tacoma, on the other hand, has just three powertrains available.

Each truck comes standard with rear-wheel drive and offers available all-wheel drive. However, they also come standard with different transmissions. In the Tacoma, you only get a 6-speed transmission, but you can choose between a manual transmission or an automatic one. The F-150 offers noticeably smoother shifting capabilities since it comes standard with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

FORD F-150
Experience the Power

Since the Tacoma offers half as many powertrain options as the F-150, it should come as no surprise that the Ford F-150 can beat the Tacoma in terms of power and efficiency.

FORD F-150
Built for Adventure

The 2022 F-150 can deliver up to 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque when equipped with the High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 engine. The available 3.5L PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 engine helps the F-150 reach:

  • 430 total system horsepower
  • 570 lb-ft of total system torque
  • EPA-estimated 25 combined MPG

Furthermore, keep in mind that the all-new 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning takes the F-150 model from full hybrid to fully electric! It promises to be an even more efficient and powerful way to drive a Ford truck.

The highest output you’ll get with the Tacoma is just 278 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque. Its fuel economy rating also peaks at just an EPA-estimated 20 combined MPG.

FORD F-150
Get the Job Done

The Ford F-150 has a maximum towing capacity of 14,000 pounds when properly equipped, which is more than the Tacoma could ever hope to match.

FORD F-150
Built Tough

When properly equipped, the Toyota Tacoma can only tow a maximum of 6,800 pounds. So, if you have a trailer full of heavy lumber that needs to be transported, the Ford F-150 will likely be your best bet.

You’ll find a similar difference in the payload capabilities of each truck as well. The Toyota Tacoma can only handle a maximum 1,440-pound payload capacity when properly equipped. While that will likely be enough to haul simple gear to and from the job, sometimes you’ll need to load heavy equipment into your truck bed.

The Ford F-150 has a maximum payload capacity of 3,325 pounds when properly equipped. With that much strength on your side, you’ll never have to wonder if your truck is up to the challenge.

Which Truck Wins: The Ford F-150 or the Toyota Tacoma?

In the battle between the 2022 Ford F-150 vs. 2022 Toyota Tacoma, we think the F-150 has more to offer Mount Pocono, Tobyhanna, Scranton, and Pocono Pines drivers. The Tacoma is simply no match for the F-150, considering its powerful engines and countless impressive capabilities.

If you want to learn more about this truck, come test drive it at Ray Price Ford. We look forward to seeing you in our showroom!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 F-150 for yourself are conveniently available right here online.