Ford F-150 Pick Up Truck vs. The Leading Competition

In a Full-Size Pickup Throw Down, which Model Reigns Supreme: Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado, or the Ram 1500?

Truck enthusiasts, rejoice! It seems we truly are living in the golden era of pickup trucks; never before have so many high quality, fuel efficient, high-performing, and tech-laden pickup trucks coexisted. It leaves interested buyers with a problem--a good problem, but a problem nonetheless: how to determine which of the many options truly is the right fit?

Here at Fairview Ford, we've taken some of the legwork out of the equation on your behalf; we've taken three of the biggest full-size truck names out there and pitted them one against the next to see which new model brings the most to the table. Have a look and we think you'll agree, while the Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500 trucks do indeed put off a valiant fight, none can truly compare to the 2016 Ford F-150. Make your way to our San Bernardino, CA showroom to check out the F-150 lineup for yourself today.


Ford F-150

Chevy Silverado 1500
 2016 Ford F-150    2016 Chevy Silverado 1500

2016 Ford F-150 vs. Chevrolet Silverado

  • Right from the get-go, the F-150 outshines its Chevy counterpart: the difference between the two comparably equipped models is to the tune of nearly ten grand--in Ford's favor.
  • With the F-150, the savings continue long after you drive off our lot; it has a leg up on the Silverado when it comes to fuel economy--you can thank that highly durable, lightweight aluminum alloy body.
  • Don't just work harder with the F-150--work smarter. Ford's full-size pickup truck can be outfitted with incredibly handy, innovative, and class-exclusive features such as the new Pro Trailer Backup Assist™.

 2016 Ford F-150

2016 Ram 1500

2016 Ford F-150 vs. Ram 1500

  • Once again, the F-150 comes out on top when it comes to value. Get a lot more truck for less when you choose the F-150 over the Ram 1500.
  • If you're planning on using your next new truck for towing, best to play it safe and choose the truck with best-in-class max towing capacity: that is, the F-150.
  • The F-150 gets five-star front crash test ratings from NHTSA on both the driver and passenger side, while the 1500 only earns four-stars in each of the two categories.

Ford F-150

Ram 1500