2020 Ford F-150 vs. 2020 Chevy Silverado

When it comes to pickups, buyers are usually looking at strength, dependability and versatility. You want a truck that can handle hard work and the unbeaten path. Ford and Chevy are two of the leaders when it comes to building strong, hard-working, capable trucks. Discover what they have to offer with the 2020 Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado.

Premium Performance

Both models offer the option of a V6 and V8 with the base trims, but the 2020 Ford F-150 comes in with four choices as compared to two with the Silverado. With the Ford, you get the choice of three V6 engines, all of which have more horsepower than the Chevy V6. The same is true of the V8 with the F-150 providing 395 horsepower from a 5.0L engine while the Chevy offers 355 horsepower for the 5.3L V8. More choices come with two options for the transmission, either a six-speed automatic or ten-speed. The Chevy Silverado features the six-speed automatic.

Trusted Technology

Ford and Chevy understand the need for technology with today's drivers and equip their models to be competitive. Both trucks offer features like Bluetooth capability and a touchscreen on even the base trim, but the 2020 Ford F-150 includes a few extras, such as available voice recognition and four speakers for the audio system as opposed to just two with the Silverado. As you move up in trims, you also have the option of a digital driver information display with the Ford F-150 as compared to just the analog on the Chevy.

Superior Safety

When you're working hard, you want to be safe. Ford and Chevy include top safety features in their trucks, like traction control, brake assist, and the option of parking assist. However, Ford makes in-vehicle assistance available even on the base trim, so you don't have to feel alone if you need help. On the highest trim for the Chevy, features like lane departure warning are available, while they become standard on the second highest trim for Ford. Safety belts are adjustable for height on the Ford, which allows you to adjust for improved safety for kids. This feature isn't available on the Chevy.

Comfort and Convenience

Trucks are designed to make your day a little easier, and Ford and Chevy don't disappoint. Both of these models include convenient storage to help you stay organized. However, the 2020 Ford F-150 adds a little extra for the base trims, like an available remote starting system and cloth interior. When you choose a pickup with a double cab, you get slightly more space for rear passengers in the F-150 than with the Silverado.

When it comes to hard work, neither the Chevy Silverado nor the 2020 Ford F-150 shy away. Both trucks are capable and strong. If you want to find out more about the F-150 that is Built Ford Tough, stop by Griffith Ford Seguin to see it for yourself and go for a test drive.


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