Ford F-150 vs. Ram 1500 and Chevy Silverado in Seminole, OK

Don't settle for any truck. If you need a pickup to get the job done, then you need an F-150. Start shopping, or learn more below!

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Since its first production in 1975, the Ford F-150 has been one of the bestselling pick-up trucks on the market, and with good reason. Since 1975, Ford has upgraded anything and everything they could to keep this truck on the cutting edge of comfort and performance. With five engine options including two EcoBoost engines, you don't have to sacrifice savings at the pump, to get the truck you need in Shawnee, OK.

The engine options are as follows:

  • 2.7L EcoBoost Turbocharged V6
  • 3.3L V6
  • 3.5L EcoBoost V6
  • 5.0L V8
  • Exclusive to the Raptor Trim Level is the 3.5L High-Output Turbocharged V6

The finer details are really where the Ford F-150 stands out from the competition. With plenty of convenience features like an integrated tailgate step, a quiet cabin, more storage cubbies than you can find stuff for and an intuitive infotainment system, the F-150 offers as much convenience and entertainment as it does performance. Additionally, it offers six trim levels, with a variety of cab and bed sizes, you can make this truck your own.

The Ford F-150 vs. the Chevrolet Silverado

Both pick-up trucks are capable and rugged enough to handle work and play in Oklahoma, but the Ford F-150 offers more in almost all areas. Here are just a few things the Ford F-150 has over the Chevy Silverado,

  • Better Towing
  • Better Payload
  • Lower Curb Weight
  • More Affordable Price
Impressive list, right? It somehow gets even better. With only three engine options on the Silverado, you don't get quite the same customizability that you do with the five engine options of the F-150. Plus, with a heavier curb weight on the Silverado, your fuel economy suffers, even on the smallest engine.

Interior comforts are also lacking when it comes to the Silverado. While you might see some hard plastics in the F-150, there are plenty of soft-touch features, ergonomic arm rests with supple padding that make it feel more like a luxury vehicle. Trucks are meant for work, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice comforts for long drives and even a short trip to the store. The Chevy Silverado has a bouncy drive and without rear ventilation, your passengers won't feel as comfortable as they could in an F-150.

Ford F-150 vs. the Ram 1500

If you're looking to save at the pump, while still towing and hauling more, then look no further than the Ford F-150. The Ram 1500 doesn't skimp when it comes to fuel consumption, and has comparable horsepower and torque ratings to the more efficient F-150 options. The biggest differentiator is the available diesel engine option of the Ram 1500, though the Ford F-150 is getting its own diesel option in 2018.

Similar to the Silverado comparison, the Ford F-150 offers

  • Higher Towing Capacity
  • Higher Payload
  • Higher quality interior features
  • Better Safety features
  • Lower Price tag than the Ram

The Ford F-150 is the clear winner over the Ram 1500, from towing and hauling to interior comforts, the Ram can't shine as bright as the Ford F-150. Though it was redesigned on the outside, the insides remain familiar, now just with plenty of added chrome on the grille. The Ford F-150 lowered its base curb weight by choosing an all-aluminum body, so it's more efficient than its heavier counterparts like the Ram 1500.

The Bottom Line

There's a reason why so many have chosen a Ford F-150 for their truck time and again. While Chevrolet and Ram have tried to match the combination of features and performance, meeting it in some areas, they are unable to offer the well-rounded driving experience of the Ford F-150.

Schedule a test drive today with Seminole Ford and you can experience why so many choose the Ford F-150 as their truck of choice. Our finance team can help you find the best lease or finance option to meet your budget and lifestyle needs.