Out of the three, the Tacoma is the smallest truck and unfortunately, it fares the worst because of this, scratching its mud flaps and rear end on rocks while despite being the easiest truck to pick an off-roading line with. On the other hand, the Raptor ends up with problems of its own, scraping its rear tailpipes on a steep decline, leaving the Ram Power Wagon to pass through the trail relatively unscathed compared to the other two trucks. However things may change during the high speed off road competition, the type of race that the Raptor is built for
. The Raptor may still have our hearts, but at least this competition allows us to see past the Ford’s facade as the perfect off-road truck.