For decades now, the Ford F-150 has been North America’s first choice when it comes to trucks. And it’s not just because of its great looks but also because of its outstanding performance that’ll help you get the job done. The Ford F-150 and the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 are similar in many aspects, but read on to discover why the F-150 beats the Silverado 1500 in almost every category.
The table below summarizes the performance of the Ford F-150 in comparison to the Chevrolet Silverado 1500. Both trucks have similar capabilities on the surface, but a closer look showcases the difference. For instance, the Ford F-150 is a more fuel efficient vehicle than the Silverado 1500. The Ford F-150 is made for drivers who want a powerful truck but also want to see a difference when it comes to fuel economy.
|Transmission||10-speed automatic||8-speed automatic|
|Fuel Economy-city (L/100 km)||14.6||15.6|
|Fuel Economy-highway (L/100 km)||10.9||11.6|
|Speed Sensitive Volume||Yes||None|
|Pickup box cargo volume (L)||1764.1||1727.3|
Both the F-150 and the Silverado 1500 have many models to choose from. It’s easy for you to find the right model that will satisfy your needs! When comparing the base models of the two pickups, the Ford F-150 XL has a starting MSRP of $31,049 while the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Country has a starting MSRP of $31,245. This means you can get similar and even better features from the the F-150 at a lower price. You get more power for less. Browse our current inventory to find the F-150 that suits your needs.