|2017 Chevy Silverado||VS||2017 Ford F-150|
|9,400 lbs||Towing Capacity||8,000 lbs|
|2,020 lbs||Payload||2,329 lbs|
A rivalry of titanic proportions, the 2017 Chevy Silverado vs 2017 Ford F-150 in Cincinnati, OH have been clashing with each other since birth. Destined to fight in the never-ending war that is dominance over the truck market, their respective brands try everything and anything to one-up each other. It’s in this attempt to better their models that they will either succeed or fail. It’s no secret that the F-150 has been slipping in sales over the past few months, with the Silverado actually outselling the F-150 when it comes to sales of monthly units. Threatening the F-150 to lose its crown of best-selling full-size pickup for many years, it’s also no secret that Chevy has been poking holes in the F-150’s design — literally — to prove that their Silverado is superior in durability.
So the question for 2017 is, which brand does it better? The chart reveals everything you need to know, and the expanded sections about performance, durability, and safety provide deeper insight into the matter. The Silverado might cost more than the F-150 when it comes to the starting MSRP, but the question remains: is cheaper better?