The big hubbub on the 2015 Ford F-150 is the lighter weight driving fuel savings. To Ford’s credit, the new truck does indeed get better fuel economy than the older one, but how does this fuel economy compare to the 2015 Toyota Tundra over the course of a year? Sure the F-150 is rated to get better mileage on the EPA test cycle, but what does that really mean? Here is what you need to know.
If you have a new or used Toyota Tundra and you are trying to find ways to improve the fuel economy, check the tires. And no, we aren’t talking about air pressure.
The perennial thought, among critics, is that the Tundra is the WORST pickup for fuel economy on the market. Not so fast says Consumer Reports who has tested all of them. Does 1 MPG matter?