Toyota's Tundra truck often performs better than some of the most competitive models available.

However, it is unable to outperform the Ram 1500 pricing when it comes to competition

 Does the Tundra's price tag outweigh that of the Ram? Let's examine this.

The basic price of the Ram 1500 Tradesman (base) is $38,570

whereas the entry-level (SR) Toyota Tundra starts at $39,965, which is a little more. 

The prices of all seven Ram trim levels are actually lower than those of the Tundra models

The Toyota pickup's SR5 costs around $45,500, which is $5,000 more than the

Toyota claims that the Limited trim costs $51,855, while the Platinum trim costs $61,775 in price

The Tundra 1794 Edition is the next model in the series, and it costs $62,460. 

Next up are the TRD 40, which costs $72,130, and the Capstone, which costs $78,845. 

The Big Horn ($44,030), Laramie ($54,030), and Rebel ($58,745) are available from Ram. 

The Limited model, which costs $65,205, and the Limited Longhorn, which costs $61,340,