I have a 1996 T100.... Most 3.4's were doing good to get 200,000 miles before rebuild. Sure their built tough, mostly, but, many things on mine fell apart. latches break, seats feel like their worn slap out. Sheet metal was super thin and bent very easy. Also turning these beast in off road situations is horrid.....
Is the Ford built better? Only time will tell. I had a friend I worked with long ago that had a mid 80's little Ford truck that had over 600,000 ORIGINAL miles and never rebuilt. Even had the stock clutch still in it.
And from what I've heard the newer Toyota V6's are not as good as the 3.4's of my years...
But put the Toyota up against a Hybrid Maverick for 90% of the usage they will see and the Ford will shine far brighter.
My T100 will be up for sale soon though, so, keep on praising the Toyota's so the resell stays up so high.
If you do need a true low range 4x4 then the Maverick isn't for you.
I also own a Mini Truck, low range, locker in the rear. And on the homestead it'll run circles around any of the mid/large size trucks in every way outside of payload/how much it'll pull.