F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle with high-end performance and different cab styles and comfortable on paved roads and off-roading. Silverado is a light-weight pickup truck with impressive cab styles and comfortable. It has a firm body with the largest bed in the line-up.
Ford F-150 has 3.3-liter V6 with 395 horsepower and 10-speed automatic transmission. On the other hand, Silverado has a 6.2-liter turbocharged V6 or V8 engine with 420 horsepower with 10-speed automatic transmission. Ford F-150 delivers an EPA of 16 mpg in the city 21mpg on the highway. Silverado delivers an EPA of 17 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. Ford F-150 comes with the different powertrains and delivers decent towing capacity and performance. Chevy offers 7 powertrain options that deliver excellent towing capacity and run smoothly on paved roads.
Both the pick-up truck features rear-wheel-drive. F-150 delivers a maximum towing capacity of 13,000 pounds and Silverado offers 13,400 pounds.
Ford F-150 has premium top-notch build quality materials, a comfortable cabin with desirable features, spacious different body styles. Chevy has a muscular body with luxurious features, different bed lengths, and spacious storage with a variety of bed lengths.
Ford features Dark Earth Gray, Medium Earth Gray. Chevy has Jet black with cloth upholstery.
Ford offers several color options Rapid Red, Race Red, Magma Red, Blue Jeans, Silver Spruce, Iconic Silver, Oxford White, Star White, Velocity Blue, Stone Gray, Abyss Gray, Magnetic, and Agate Black.
Chevrolet also provides color choices such as Red hot, Havana brown metallic, Satin Steel Metallic, NorthSky Blue Metallic, Black, Silver Ice Metallic, and Gray metallic.
Ford features Sync 3 infotainment system with user-friendly features. Chevrolet 3 Infotainment system with 8 diagonal HD color touchscreen.
F-150 has Ford Co-Pilot 360 technology, BLIS with trailer coverage, Auto high beam headlamps and, Pro Trailer Backup Assist.
Chevrolet has Front and Rear Park Assist, HD Rear Vision Camera, Rear-cross traffic alert and, Lane change alert.
Ford offers six different trim levels i.e. XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited, and Raptor. Silverado is available in five trim levels such as Work Truck, Custom, LT, RST, LTZ, and High Country.
Pros: F-150 has advanced active safety features, excellent off-road capability while Silverado has refined powertrain options and excellent towing capacity.
Cons: F-150 is expensive in comparison to Silverado 1500 and Ram 1500. Silverado base trim lacks in driver assistance features.