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|2021 Chevy Silverado||VS||2021 Ford F-150|
|62.9 - 89.1||Bed Capacity (cu.ft.)||52.8 - 77.4|
|10.88||Max Ground Clearance (in)||9.4|
If you are shopping for a pickup, one of the first things you will quickly notice is that you have a lot of options available to you. There is no shortage of different models out there. Choosing the right one is not always easy, but it is very important to ensure you get everything you need. With so many options to choose from, it can get a little overwhelming. This is why it often helps to narrow things down a bit and to look at just two vehicles. For example, let us consider the 2021 Chevy Silverado vs 2021 Ford F-150 to see what they both have to offer.
While the Ford F-150 is certainly a fine truck, we had expected to see a lot of major improvements and new features for its updated 2021 model, and ultimately it still feels a lot like the same old truck. By comparison, the recent update to the Silverado from a couple of years ago still feels as fresh as ever and really showcases everything Chevy is doing right. For example, the multi-flex tailgate available on the 2021 Silverado is truly amazing; with functionality you cannot find anywhere else. Easy changes that let you turn it into a step, gain easier access to more of your truck bed, or have it function as a load stop without any additional equipment. While the F-150’s tailgate is fine, the lack of this kind of design and forward-thinking definitely shows when you compare them.
Similarly, the Ford F-150 has quite a few great trim levels to choose from, but the Silverado offers more, letting you more easily customize your pickup to get just what you want. Beyond that, there are a number of Special Edition models of the Chevy Silverado that you can choose for a unique style and flair. The Ford F-150 completely lacks any Special Edition options. Add in things like greater available conventional horsepower and a lower starting price, and you can see that the Silverado clearly comes out on top.