2020 Ford F-150 vs 2020 Chevy Silverado
2020 Ford F-150 2020 Chevy Silverado
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MPG (City/Hwy)
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Ground Clearance
  8.8 in. 8.2 in.

2020 Ford F-150 vs 2020 Chevy Silverado

Serving Charlotte, NC

The Ford F-150 and the Chevrolet Silverado are two of the best selling pickup trucks. As the top-selling pickup trucks, both the F-150 and Silverado have appeal to consumers due to many features such as a spacious cabin, a massive cargo space, and high performance. They also have an abundance of technology and safety features as well. While they have plenty of quality features, the F-150 and the Silverado have vital differences that make them stand out. The Ford F-150 has proven to stand out in features such as performance, fuel economy, and safety.


The performance of the Ford F-150 has a slight advantage compared to the Chevy Silverado. With three engine options, the F-150 has a variety of engines that you can choose when looking to purchase a pickup truck. It has two V6 engine options and a V8 engine, as well. One of its options is a 2.7-liter V6 engine that has 325 horsepower. It also has a 3.3-liter V6 engine that has 290 horsepower, and the V8 engine comes in at 5-liters and 395 horsepower. The total torque of the Ford F-150 is about 265 pounds. For the Chevy Silverado, only has two engine options available. The first engine option available is the 4.3-liter V6, which has 285 horsepower. The Silverado also has a 5.3-liter V8 engine option that comes in at 355 horsepower. While it has less horsepower than the Ford F-150, the Silverado has considerably more torque at 305 pounds. Despite having less torque than the Silverado, the F-150 is the preferred option when it comes to performance due to the higher horsepower and more engine options.

Fuel Economy

Whenever a consumer looks to purchase a vehicle, the fuel economy is one of the most important criteria that they consider. With pickup trucks, the fuel economy is lower than many other types of vehicles. However, the Ford F-150 and the Chevy Silverado offer some of the best fuel economy in the class. While both provide an excellent fuel economy for pickup trucks, the Ford F-150 has an advantage over the Silverado in this category. The Ford F-150 has an average of 23 miles per gallon, while the Silverado has averaged a little over 20 miles per gallon. With the Ford F-150, the vehicle has 20 miles in the city and 26 miles on the highway while the Silverado has 19 miles in the city and 22 miles on the highway.


Anytime a person looks to purchase a vehicle, safety is another one of the most critical factors to evaluate. Fortunately for consumers, both the Ford F-150 and the Chevy Silverado have some of the top safety features in the class. While both trucks offer plenty of safety features, the Ford F-150 scores higher in all of the major crash tests. As a result, the F-150 is a safer vehicle to own. Along with scoring higher on all of the major crash tests, the Ford F-150 also has all of the standard safety features that come with all other types of vehicles. As a result, the Ford F-150 is the truck to get if safety is one of your top priorities.

Come to Town and Country Ford and see what's new in the 2020 Ford F-150. Please be sure to contact our Ford sales team to schedule a test drive today! We promise you will not be disappointed with the all-new Ford F-150.