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2018 Ford F-150 vs Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Ford and Chevy have been battling it out for quite some time when it comes to trucks. The team at Whitson Morgan is here to settle things once and for all. We’ve compared the 2018 Ford F-150 to the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 to help you figure out which truck you should drive off in.

Starting Price

The base model of the 2018 Ford-F150 is $27,610. This is for the regular cab XL, rear-wheel drive, and a 6’5” truck bed. The 2018 Silverado starts at $28,285 for a regular cab, rear-wheel-drive in the Work Truck trim. If you’re looking to pay the minimum price on a base trim level for a truck, the F-150 should be your choice.

Comfort Features

Looking for a truck that feels like a luxury vehicle as soon as you climb into the driver’s seat? These two trucks will give you just that. Both vehicles offer Apple and Android connectivity and tons of other convenience features. However, the F-150 takes things to a whole new level with available ventilated/heated seats with a massaging capability, giving you the most relaxing drive of your life!

Cargo & Towing Capabilities

If you’re buying a truck, chances are you might need to haul some gear in the truck bed. The 2018 Ford F-150 and the Chevy Silverado both have similar truck bed and cab configurations. You can get your new Ford or Chevy truck in single cab, extended cab, or four-door crew cab, as well as short, standard, or long sizes for the bed setup. The number of options for this is where the F-150 takes over yet again. The Ford F-150 allows for up to nine bed and cab combinations while the Chevy Silverado falls short and only has five.

Towing abilities are another reason you might be looking to purchase a new truck. The F-150 can tow up to 13,200 pounds when equipped with certain features, which is best-in-class. The Silverado is close by but falls short, only having the ability to tow 12,500 maximum. Both trucks come with trailer sway and brake control, but the F-150 also comes with an impressive technology known as Trailer Backup Assist, which takes out the stress of backing up your trailer into tight spaces.

The Winner is Clear: Drive Off in the 2018 Ford F-150 Today

It should be obvious by now that the Ford F-150 is the best truck for you. You simply can’t go wrong with this vehicle’s impressive price tag, great features, excellent cargo combinations, and towing power. Visit Whitson Morgan in Clarksville today and check out the 2018 Ford F-150 in person!