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If it’s time for a major upgrade on-the-job in Kansas City, you’re likely weighing Chevy vs. Ford trucks. Both the 2020 Chevy Silverado and the Ford F-150 bring class-topping capability to hauling, towing, and delivery tasks around Shawnee Mission. A look at the specs shows that both models continue to up the ante with every model year. Still, only one is the right match for your job sites in Overland Park. Join Hendrick Chevrolet Shawnee Mission for a head-to-head comparison of the Chevy Silverado 1500 vs. Ford F-150 on capability, features, and pricing. Browse our new Silverado 1500 inventory, and reach out to our team for more info!
The Silverado is available at a wide range of price points — so a wide variety of Overland Park truck-buyers can access best-in-class capability. In fact, Silverado prices across the board are lower than the F-150:
If you need heavy-duty performance, you’ll also get an excellent value with a Silverado 2500 and 3500 HD model. In the next section, we’ll see exactly how much power you get for the price, with a look at 1500 vs. F-150 performance specs.
While it comes close, Ford can’t match Chevy in a contest of 1500 vs. F-150 towing power. With the Silverado, you’ll benefit from an extra 200 pounds for gear and other cargo:
When you’re towing a full-size trailer, 200 pounds can make all the difference when it comes to grabbing more supplies and equipment on a single trip.
How do Chevy vs. Ford trucks compare when it comes to cargo volume? Only Chevy trucks feature the Durabed truck bed, a high-strength yet lightweight cargo box. Roll-formed steel allows the Silverado to offer more cargo volume than any other truck in its class. Plus, you can safely pack in even more gear with 12 standard tie-downs, each rated at 500 pounds.
While both models are available at a similar starting MSRP, the Silverado base trim offers a longer list of workhouse-worthy features. And it’s the same story for advanced trailering technology and connectivity features. You’ll enjoy high-tech features like the following on any base Silverado 1500, while they’re unavailable or come in at a higher price on the F-150:
Ready to build your Silverado 1500? You can get started in the car-buying process from home with our convenient online tools. Value your current Chevy vehicle for a trade-in, estimate monthly payments, and pre-qualify for financing today!
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