2020 Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500
2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The 2020 Ford F-150
is a strong pickup truck for Conway drivers, but the Chevy Silverado 1500 is a close rival. When comparing the benefits of the Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500, you’ll want to look at its standard torque and maximum payload capacity. Although the Chevy Silverado 1500 has a larger fuel tank on the standard model, it has lower torque and a lower rating on Edmunds
. Reviews on Edmunds
favor the F-150 vs. Silverado, and it’s not hard to see why. Because the competition is so close, and both models offer Murrells Inlet drivers powerful and affordable trim levels, closely research the F-150 vs. Silverado to find the pickup model that’s right for you.
2020 F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 Highlights
- The F-150 offers a compact and more powerful standard engine.
- The F-150 generates 50 more Ib-foot of torque with its strongest engine than the Chevy Silverado.
- Up to 1,050 pounds more towing capacity than the Chevy Silverado.
- F-150 gets better reviews by auto critics.
F-150 vs. Silverado: Engine Offerings
The Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 has close to the same number of engine options. Both have six engines across trim levels, including a diesel engine. The F-150 standard 3.3L V6 engine is smaller and more powerful than the Chevy Silverado 1500’s 4.3L V6 engine.
Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 Reliability
If safety at the job site and on off-road adventures is important to you, explore Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 reliability. The comprehensive Ford CoPilot360™ safety package comes standard with the Ford F-150, enhancing its performance features with driver-assist technology, to make every Florence drive safe and more convenient. CoPilot360™ includes:
- Pro Trailer Back-Up Assist™: Backing up a trailer is as easy as turning a switch—steer your truck in the direction you want to back-up and the F-150 will take over, backing up neatly the first try,
- BLIS® with Trailer Coverage: System makes changing lanes easier while towing on the interstate. BLIS® alerts you to when a car is in your blindspot or alongside the trailer.
- Hill Descent Control™: Helps maintain a set speed when descending a hill by applying the brakes when needed.
- Auto High-Beam Headlamps: Automatically switches high beams on when needed and switch them off when oncoming traffic is detected.
- Lane-Keeping System: Automatically adjusts your position in your lane if you begin drifting into another lane.
- Rear View Camera: See what’s happening behind the trailer.
F-150 vs. Silverado: Payload Ratings
Ford F-150 Maximum Payload Capacity
- 3,270-pounds maximum payload capacity
Chevy Silverado 1500 Maximum Payload Capacity
- 2,250-pounds maximum payload capacity
Test Drive the Ford F-150 at Beach Automotive Group in Myrtle Beach
Now that you’ve explored the benefits of the Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500, visit us at Beach Automotive Group to test-drive our F-150 models. View our new vehicle specials for offers on our trucks, then apply for financing online.