Ford F-150 vs Chevy Silverado, RAM 1500 & Toyota Tacoma

Ford F-150 vs. the Competition

 

Searching for the perfect full-size pickup truck to help you accomplish your goals on the job and cherish the moments spent behind the wheel long after? Here at Arundel Ford, proud to serve drivers from nearby Biddeford and Sanford, we look forward to presenting a rugged model with class-leading performance potential and the class-exclusive equipment needed to excel in a variety of roles. The 2019 Ford F-150, an industry leader and award-winning option from the best-selling Ford F-Series lineup, is ready to shine on your behalf.

From best-in-class towing and payload ratings to class-exclusive features that include Pro trailer Backup Assist™, the new Ford F-150 tackles heavy trailer transports and strenuous hauls with security for the confidence around the clock you deserve. Lavish appointments in luxurious trim levels - including available leather upholstery, SYNC® touchscreen infotainment and more - highlight how this new Ford model is so much more than just a work option for trips around Wells and Kennebunk.

To confirm the brilliance of the highlights outlined above, we recommend comparing the new Ford F-150 to popular pickup trucks across the industry. This research insight will help to better inform future purchase and lease decisions here in Arundel, helping you appreciate how this new Ford F-Series truck rises above segment competition in a convincing fashion.

 

2019 Ford F-150 vs. 2019 Chevy Silverado

 
  • The new Ford F-150 distinguishes itself from Chevy Silverado competition when considering how peak performance translates. This new Ford F-Series model generates a class-leading 13,200 pounds tow rating, 1,000 pounds more than its Chevrolet opposition. A class-leading payload rating of 3,270 pounds makes this new Ford pickup truck the preferable hauling option for a rugged day on the move
  • With the only high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body design in its class, the new Ford F-150 can hold up when challenged in a manner that the Chevy Silverado doesn't have an answer for
  • Extensive driver-assist settings and active safety technology separates the peace of mind you can expect inside the new Ford F-150. Standard brake assist and class-exclusive available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, features not available for the Chevy Silverado, highlight this difference in reassurance behind the wheel
  • While the new F-150 and Chevy Silverado may have similar fuel efficiency estimates across comparable trims, the available 3.0-liter Power Stroke Turbo Diesel engine of this new Ford F-Series model features class-leading EPA-estimated 30 miles per gallon highway fuel estimates for superior value in your daily commuting commitments
  • When it comes to off-roading experiences, the new Ford F-150 proves better equipped to explore confidently. The explosive Raptor trim features class-exclusive trail design upfits that include FOX live valve monotube shocks, along with a high output turbocharged EcoBoost® engine that generates a potent 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet. These production metrics top the 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of the Silverado's top V8 powertrain

2019 Ford F-150 vs. 2019 Ram 1500

  • With a more affordable base trim level, the superior value presented in the 2019 Ford F-150 becomes abundantly clear when comparing this new Ford model's capabilities and class-exclusive features with Ram 1500 competition
  • Featuring higher overall IIHS safety crash test ratings than the competing Ram full-size pickup, the new Ford F-150 incorporates a reassuring outlook into its class-exclusive high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy frame. And while both trucks feature standard rearview cameras, this new Ford F-Series model takes additional steps to make future trips more secure through driver-assist features that include automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection
  • With three bed options and an eight-foot maximum bed length arrangement - compared to just two truck beds and a six-foot, four-inch maximum bed length - the new Ford F-150 is more configurable and customizable to suit your personal tastes and specific work-day requirements
  • While the Hemi V8 engine of the Ram 1500 can produce an impressive 395 horsepower, the F-150 Raptor generates additional burst for the top-flight performance you seek in a new full-size pickup truck. This off-road variant's 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine generates 450 horsepower
  • A 13,200-pound to 12,750-pound maximum towing edge, combined with a class-exclusive payload capacity of 3,270 pounds, demonstrate just how dynamic experiences seated inside of the new 2019 Ford F-150 can be
  • Class-exclusive features of the Ford F-150 not offered anywhere in the Ram 1500 trim roster include Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, deployable box side steps, FOX live valve monotube shocks and more
 
 

2019 Ford F-150 vs. 2019 Toyota Tacoma

  • Across both powertrain lineups, the new Ford F-150 dominates its Toyota competition. Standard 290 horsepower and 265 pound-feet engine production best the base 159 horsepower and 180 pound-feet output of the Tacoma. Maximum 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet easily exceed the 268 horsepower and 275 pound-feet delivered by the competing midsize pickup
  • A large gap in engine production - with the F-150 offering six different engines compared to two engine options - translates to towing capabilities. Standard 7,700 pounds towing of the F-150 tops the 6,800 pounds maximum tow rating of the Tacoma comfortably. And with a maximum 13,200 pounds tow capacity, this new Ford F-Series model is the proven work solution of this duo
  • With three bed options to just two bed options, the new Ford F-150 offers a longer bed length selection at eight feet to just six feet maximum of the Toyota truck
  • SYNC® 3 infotainment, a staple of the Ford F-150 technology experience, incorporates Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility. These integrated mobile app systems aren't offered with the competing Entune infotainment system that the Tacoma incorporates
  • Driver-assist features offered by the F-150 but not the Tacoma include lane-keeping assist, park assist, Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ and a trailer brake controller
  • The maximum 1,620 pounds payload capacity of the new Tacoma fails to match the hauling prowess provided by the F-150, ranking head of class with 3,270 pounds for loading support

Test Drive the New Ford F-150 in Arundel and Continue Comparison Research

 

It's time to translate these comparison research details to the open road with some test drive insight and a preview seated inside of the new Ford F-150. Plan a trip to our showroom today to get started and reach out to review additional competitive comparison findings that may prove relevant for your upcoming purchase and lease decision.

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