Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.
  • 2020 86
  • 2019 86
  • 2021 4Runner
  • 2020 4Runner
  • 2020 Avalon
  • 2019 Avalon
  • 2020 Avalon Hybrid
  • 2019 Avalon Hybrid
  • 2020 Camry
  • 2019 Camry
  • 2020 Camry Hybrid
  • 2019 Camry Hybrid
  • 2021 C-HR
  • 2020 C-HR
  • 2021 Corolla
  • 2020 Corolla
  • 2021 Corolla Hybrid
  • 2020 Corolla Hybrid
  • 2021 Corolla Hatchback
  • 2020 Corolla Hatchback
  • 2021 GR Supra
  • 2020 GR Supra
  • 2020 Highlander
  • 2019 Highlander
  • 2020 Highlander Hybrid
  • 2019 Highlander Hybrid
  • 2020 Land Cruiser
  • 2019 Land Cruiser
  • 2021 Prius
  • 2020 Prius
  • 2021 Prius Prime
  • 2020 Prius Prime
  • 2020 RAV4
  • 2019 RAV4
  • 2020 RAV4 Hybrid
  • 2019 RAV4 Hybrid
  • 2021 RAV4 Prime
  • 2020 Sequoia
  • 2019 Sequoia
  • 2020 Sienna
  • 2019 Sienna
  • 2020 Tacoma
  • 2019 Tacoma
  • 2020 Tundra
  • 2019 Tundra
  • 2020 Yaris
  • 2019 Yaris
  • 2020 Yaris Hatchback
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    2020 Tundra vs 2020 Chevrolet Silverado

    Built to work. Born to play.

    With a lineage that goes back more than 50 years and iconic nameplates like Land Cruiser and Hilux, Toyota trucks have come to define the word “tough.” And there are few things tougher than the 2020 Toyota Tundra full-size pickup. With a powerful 5.7-liter V8 and overbuilt drivetrain, properly equipped Tundras can tow over 10,000 lbs. Grades like Tundra Platinum and 1794 Edition mean you can haul all that cargo in style and comfort too. And, of course, each Tundra is assembled with pride in the great state of Texas. So whether you’re looking to haul lumber to the worksite or simply haul through the campsite, there’s a 2020 Tundra built just for you. They say that true strength endures, and we’re here to prove it. Let’s get to work.

    See how the 2020 Toyota Tundra Limited 5.7L Double Cab compares against the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LTZ Double Cab. If power is a concern, the Tundra Limited Double Cab has a horsepower of 381 whereas the Silverado 1500 LTZ Double Cab has a horsepower of 355. Additionally, the Tundra Limited Double Cab comes standard with a coming home device, garage door opener, and power sliding rear window whereas on the Silverado 1500 LTZ Double Cab these features are all optional.

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    Toyota Tundra
    Limited 5.7L Double Cab Standard Bed

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    The features below are listed for comparison purposes only. For more details, see this Toyota vehicle's "Full Specs" on Toyota.com.

    Chevrolet Silverado 1500
    LTZ Double Cab Std Box

    The features below are listed for comparison purposes only. For more details, see this Toyota vehicle's "Full Specs" on Toyota.com.

    Adaptive cruise control
    YesAdaptive cruise controlNo, Optional Yes
    Automatic high beams
    StandardAutomatic high beamsOptional
    Coming home device
    StandardComing home deviceOptional
    Garage door opener
    StandardGarage door openerOptional
    Power sliding rear window
    StandardPower sliding rear windowOptional
    Hip room (in) (front / rear)
    62.6 / 62.6Hip room (in) (front / rear)61.2 / 60.2
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