Not quite fair standoff pickups Ford F-350 and Toyota TundraJanuary 3, 2019
Hardly anyone would disagree with the fact that the full-size Japanese pickup Toyota Tundra is a very powerful truck, which in fact is not much different from its direct competitors from the American Ford F-Series. But after watching this video, it becomes clear who is stronger.
It’s hard to find any real flaws in any of these full-size pickups – the American Ford F-350 and the Japanese Toyota Tundra. Enthusiasts decided to check which of these two monsters is more powerful.
Both cars received a sufficient amount of ground clearance, a powerful engine, a solid suspension and off-road tires.
Nevertheless, the presence of all these attributes did not prevent the Toyota Tundra 2019 model year from getting stuck in the mud. And this, despite the fact that the pickup received an off-road package of additional options from TRD (Toyota Racing Development). Under the hood of this particular instance of the car was a 5.7-liter V8 engine rated at 381 hp. and a maximum torque of 543 Nm.
Fortunately, an American rival came to the aid of a Japanese full-size truck that fell into the mud trap. This is a Ford F-350 2018 model year performed by Super Duty. This car was equipped with 22-inch Fuel Maverick rims, 40 × 15.50 Fury off-road tires, a 6-inch lift and a Patriot tuning package. Yes, yes, yes, this is an upgraded version of the pickup, but look at how easily it pulls the Japanese pickup. Under the hood of a Ford truck is a 6.7-liter V8 turbodiesel engine with a 450 hp capacity. (1267 Nm).
Just a couple of minutes ago, our automobile edition wrote that the American companies Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge reported on the sales of their muscle cars.
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