2018 Ford F-150 vs 2018 Chevy Silverado
Finding the right truck for the job can seem like an impossible task. Is one 2018 truck better than another? We think so, and we are prepared to back it up with our 2018 Ford F-150 vs 2018 Chevy Silverado comparison. We’ll compare everything from price to capability so that when it comes time for you to buy your next truck, you can make an educated decision.
Keep reading and find out for yourself which truck is better. Otherwise, you can take our word for it and accept that the F-150 is the reigning truck champion for 2018. You can check out our new F-150 inventory in Norwood by clicking the link below. Jack Madden Ford has a huge number of F-150 models right here on the Auto Mile.
2018 Ford F-150
2018 Chevy Silverado
|20 City / 26 Highway||Fuel-Efficiency (MPG)||18 City / 24 Highway|
|13,200 Pounds||Towing||12,500 Pounds|
|3,270 Pounds||Payload||2,250 Pounds|
Which 2018 truck is better: Ford or Chevy?
Trucks can be expensive, but when the Ford F-150 lets you save nearly $1,000 right from the start, it already starts to look more appealing, and we haven’t even started to talk about capability or efficiency yet.
If you are looking to save even more money, then you should consider the truck that has more efficiency. With the combination of EcoBoost efficiency and aluminum construction, the Ford F-150 easily comes out on top. With a 2 mpg difference in both the city and on the highway, you might be surprised at how fast those savings add up.
When you buy a truck, you should look at things like price, efficiency, and features, but what you really want to pay attention to is towing capability. The more it can tow, the more powerful it is and the stronger its construction. Here, the Ford F-150 simply leaves the Silverado in the dust with 700 extra pounds of towing capability.
Does the aluminum construction in the Ford F-150 concern you? Well it shouldn’t! Not only is the high-strength aluminum tough and capable, but the weight savings in some areas allows Ford to beef up other areas. Not only does this provide improved towing capability, but it can also give you a higher payload capacity as you can see with the 1,000-pound payload capacity difference between these two trucks.
If you would like to try a new Ford F-150 in the Norwood area? Then come out to Jack Madden Ford on the Auto Mile. We can help you find the perfect truck today!