Compare Ford F-150

Compare the New Ford F-150 in Boone
See How the 2018 F-150 Stacks up Against the 2018 Chevy Silverado 1500 & 2018 Ram 1500

If you're looking for a new pickup truck, you have plenty of options. That's even true when you make the smart choice to go with the new 2018 Ford F-150 here at our Boone dealer serving Banner Elk and Lenoir. With all kinds of combinations of cab configurations, bed sizes, engine options and trim levels, you'll easily be able to find the perfect F-150 edition here at our Ford dealer serving Hickory, North Wilkesboro and West Jefferson. Of course, you also have several options out there from other brands, but you'll quickly learn what makes the new F-150 the best selection for a tough, safe and hardworking pickup truck. Visit our dealership serving Mountain City, TN today and take a closer look at the new F-150.

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To give you an idea of what sets the new 2018 F-150 apart, we're showing you how it compares to other popular pickups. In this case, we're comparing the F-150 to the latest versions of the Chevy Silverado 1500 and the Ram 1500, showing you how seemingly similar vehicles carry small but significant differences. You'll want to research all your options to find the best deal in a great truck, but these comparisons will give you a solid idea of how the F-150 stands above the rest. From there, you'll want to visit our Boone Ford dealership so we can help you lease or finance the best edition of the new F-150.

2018 Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 Comparison in Boone, NC

With the Chevy Silverado 1500, you have another American-made pickup that's known for its toughness and excellent towing and hauling capabilities. With both Ford and Chevrolet constantly trying to one-up each other, drivers like you benefit as the winner for each model year becomes a great selection if you need something for tough towing and hauling. Pricing is certainly an area you'll want to pay attention to, especially if you're looking at the base edition of a pickup truck. Ford also bests Chevy in several other areas when it comes to the brands' flagship pickups, so read on below to see how the F-150 stacks up against the Silverado 1500.

  • As we just mentioned, the F-150 will prove to be the more affordable option, especially if you're comparing its starting package to the base level of the Silverado 1500. Specific trim levels, cab configurations and engine setups will obviously change your pricing around, but you'll find the F-150 makes upgrades and additions more cost-effective than the Silverado 1500.
  • The F-150 also bests the Silverado 1500 in both performance and efficiency. Before getting into towing and hauling figures, the F-150's base V-6 offers both a peppier drive and better acceleration than the starting V-6 in the Chevy truck, while also earning better fuel economy. And since we're talking about trucks, we may as well throw in that the right setup of the F-150 is rated to tow more than the best output from the Silverado 1500.
  • Often overlooked in a truck, the cabin is an important piece of the puzzle to get right, and Ford excels in terms of comfort, technology and the overall interior setup of any cab configuration. Experts rave about the high-end tech features and the smartly organized cab offerings in the F-150, while the Silverado tends to lack in amenities and in terms of comfort.

2018 Ford F-150 vs. Ram 1500 Comparison in Boone, NC

We've already mentioned how truck enthusiasts have plenty of options for a midsized pickup, and that continues with another American-made icon: the Ram 1500. Once again, the different combinations of cab setups and trim levels for the F-150 provide you with more options and better overall driving experiences than what you'll find with the Ram 1500. Not only does the F-150 provide for more options and customization opportunities, but comparable trim levels, engine offerings and setups prove Ford's advantage over other truck makers like Ram. See these comparisons below, then visit us in Boone today to get started.

  • Not only do the F-150's six total engine options give you more opportunity to have the exact right setup for you compared to the three engines available with the Ram 1500, but the max capabilities also favor the Ford model. The F-150, when configured properly, can tow and haul considerably more than the top level of the Ram 1500.
  • While you'll want to pay plenty of attention to the engine capabilities and your towing and hauling, you also need to be safe on the road. The set of available driver assistance features with the F-150 is a far more comprehensive system than what you'll find with the Ram 1500.
  • Once again, Ford seems to pay more attention to the interior setups of its trucks. With any of the many combinations of cab configurations, the F-150 is more comfortable, better equipped and more intelligently laid out than any of the interior setups of the Ram 1500.
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