Compare 2017 F-150 to Chevy Silverado & RAM 1500 | Medford, NJ

Compare the Ford F-150 against the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and Ram 1500

America's best-selling truck takes on its rivals to prove who's best in the full-size pickup segment. The Ford F-150 is well-known for its performance, durability, and strength to help drivers do more. Generation of customers trust this iconic pickup to haul, tow, and conquer the highway with ease. Taking on competitors like the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the Ram 1500, the new F-150 strives to set the bar for its class in a major way. Medford Ford is proud to be your Medford, NJ Ford dealer with a wide selection of new F-150 models and a team of associates ready to assist you today. We'll gladly give you side-by-side comparisons of the F-150 and its competitors to help you make the best decision possible.

Ford F-150 vs. Silverado 1500

    The F-150 is priced lower than the Silverado 1500 to give you all the power and innovation you need without paying an arm and a leg.
    Ford is committed to safety and includes a variety of features in the new F-150 to keep you protected. These features earned the F-150 top (Good) ratings in all five categories from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, while the Silverado only received Good rating in four out of five categories.
    Keep your cargo organized thanks to the F-150's BoxLink cargo storage system with movable tie-downs to keep everything neat and tidy. This feature isn't offered in the Silverado 1500.
    Thanks to a max payload of 3,260 pounds, the F-150 can haul whatever you have in mind. The Silverado 1500's max payload is more than 1,000 pounds less than the F-150.
    The F-150 averages 26 miles per gallon on the highway thanks to an available EcoBoost engine, allowing you to drive from Mount Laurel to Voorhees without constant trips to the pump. The Silverado 1500 has a fuel economy of 24 miles per gallon on the highway.

Ford F-150 vs. Ram 1500

    Much like with the Silverado 1500, the F-150 is also priced lower than the Ram 1500 while still giving drivers comparable power and features.
    Get more available cargo storage in the F-150 than the Ram 1500 thanks to a larger bed and completely flat flooring.
    The F-150 has a max towing capacity of 12,200 pounds, while the Ram 1500 has a towing capacity of only 11,000 pounds.
    Go further in the F-150 thanks to its outstanding fuel efficiency. This truck averages an EPA-estimated 26 miles per gallon on the highway while the Ram 1500 only averages 22 miles per gallon.
    If you're are looking for reliability, look no further than the F-150. This truck earned a score of 3.5/5 from J.D. Power, and the Ram 1500 scored 3/5.

Visit Medford Ford

Make your way to Medford Ford today to get behind the wheel of your new F-150. Whether you're in Mount Holly or Hammonton, our Ford sales professionals are ready to get you on the road quickly and easily. We also have a finance department to find you the best Ford loans and leasing options available. Contact us today for more information and offers.


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