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Teen Driver Technology
When you are in search of a pickup that can handle weekend adventures in Kearney as well as tough tasks at the jobsite, you have a wide variety of options to choose from. Two of the most popular trucks on the market today are the Chevy Silverado 1500 and the Ford F-150. Sure, both have built a reputation for quality, but only one can earn that coveted spot in your garage. So, which is more deserving of your hard earned dollar? When you compare the Silverado 1500 vs. Ford F-150, you will see that Chevy provides more for your money.
One of the first areas of consideration for Liberty truck shoppers is performance. When comparing Chevy vs. Ford in this area, you will notice that both brands offer a similar array of engines so you can easily find a pickup that is perfectly tailored to your needs.
Chevy Silverado 1500 Engines
Ford F-150 Engines
While each option provides similar performance specs, how do the two compare when it comes to towing? Compare the Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado when equipped with their most powerful engines (PowerBoost® for the F-150 and the EcoTec3 for the Silverado), and you will see that the Ford F-150 can tow up to 12,000 pounds, falling well short of the 13,300 pounds provided by the Silverado 1500. What sweetens the deal even further? The Silverado 1500 offers these impressive features to make towing a breeze in Kansas City:
What about passenger space? Front passengers will have more room to stretch out inside the cabin of the Silverado 1500.
Chevy Silverado Interior Dimensions
Ford F-150 Interior Dimensions
You want to drive with complete peace of mind on Excelsior Springs roads. When you compare the Silverado vs. F-150 in terms of safety, you will see that the Silverado offers Teen Driver Technology, a feature not found on the F-150. This feature monitors your teen driver (or other friends and family members) when they drive your Silverado. It can be used to set limits on vehicle speed, audio volume, and more. It’s just one of the many features that sets Chevy apart from the pack.
Now that you’ve seen how the Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado compare, we invite you to see how the Silverado 1500 performs in person. Visit us today to set up a test drive, or contact us for more information. Remember to also take a look at our new vehicle specials to get a great deal on the truck of your dreams.