Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra

The Ford F-150 Shows Off its True Colors against Chevy Silverado 1500 & GMC Sierra 1500 in Burns Harbor, IN

These days, truck enthusiasts aren't impressed with just capability. There are a number of trucks that can complete necessary work while out on the job, but this doesn't just equate to overall satisfaction with so much more to the travel and commuting experience. Well-rounded trucks with exciting features that go beyond what is simply expected are the ones that end up being special and stealing your heart. And here at Lake Shore Ford, we know of one particular new Ford model that we are certain will end up captivating you.

That would be the new Ford F-150, a vehicle that has continued to add to its already sterling credibility over the years and its well-respected legacy as a master of both work and play. Don't believe in our strong optimism about this vehicle and the impact it can make for you? See how it compares to two worthy competitors in the Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500.


Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500

Considering the Fundamental Components of Both Models

  • Check off the value box with a smile as the Ford F-150 comes with a less expensive MSRP than the Chevy Silverado 1500
  • Enjoy the slight edge that the Ford F-150 holds in highway fuel economy at 25 miles per gallon to 24 miles per gallon respectively, making your commutes into work even more distraction-free
  • Relish in the feeling of pressing a button and having your vehicle roar to life with available keyless ignition, something that isn't an option in the Chevy model
  • Front hip and shoulder room are maximized more generously in the Ford F-150 over the Chevy Silverado truck
  • Annual consumer ratings reflect the type of experience you can expect through a grading scale, with the Ford F-150 scoring five stars in reliability, performance, tech and value. Chevy Silverado didn't earn perfect marks in any of these respective categories
  • Five-year ownership costs are important to consider, as you can learn about the real return on your investment that you can expect. With a lower true cost to own and depreciation impact, the F-150 is the clear winner in this category

Ford F-150 vs. GMC Sierra 1500

Weighing all of the Most Discussion-Worthy Truck Factors

  • The Ford F-150 comes with a less expensive MSRP than the GMC Sierra 1500
  • Painted alloy wheels give you a more pronounced, distinguished look when at work, something that the Sierra model can't do with using base steel wheels
  • Front hip and shoulder room is better in the F-150, giving you even more space to relax
  • Maximum towing capacity is 200 pounds stronger in the Ford F-150 than its opponent, something you will appreciate when hooking up to bigger equipment
  • Interior, reliability, performance, safety, tech and value average consumer ratings categories go to the Ford F-150 with a perfect five stars, as the GMC Sierra truck falls just short in each respective area
  • The knowledge that your five-year true cost to own and depreciation hits are lessened in the Ford F-150 over the GMC Sierra 1500 can be very reassuring

Is there any more debate in your mind that you can achieve great things and find more fulfillment in the new Ford F-150 here at Lake Shore Ford? Regardless, we think a test drive in this coveted vehicle will be a strong confirmation point of the information provided for you to consider. Get in touch with our team today and find some free time to stop over into our showroom soon!

 

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