Ford F-150 vs Chevy Silverado 1500 vs GMC Sierra 1500
As you’re shopping for a truck, you’re asking yourself what you need and you’re coming up with several options, three of which should be the 2019 Ford F-150, the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500. Each one of these trucks would make a great addition to your garage in the Indianapolis, Plainfield, and Bloomington areas.
With this helpful outline, we want to show you the attributes and differences in these three ultra-popular models. Each of them is offered with several choices to truly customize your vehicle to meet your requirements. At Andy Mohr Automotive, we want the decision for your new truck to be well-informed, so we’re here to help in any way.
F-150 vs Silverado vs Sierra 1500: Engines and MPG
When we purchase a truck, we do so with the necessity to carry things in the bed, but in order to do that, you have to have the power under the hood. With the F-150, you’ll have a standard 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 engine. The 2019 Silverado 1500 packs a 5.3L V8 engine in, while the Sierra 1500 has a 5.3L EcoTec3 V8. There are many different engine configurations available that offer the perfect combination for your needs.
Certainly, the allure of a truck is that additional space, but can a larger vehicle sustain an impressive gas mileage? With these three trucks, the answer is that they absolutely can. The Ford F-150 achieves an EPA-estimated 19 city/25 highway MPG, while the Chevy Silverado 1500 offers up an EPA-estimated 17 city/23 highway MPG. As for the GMC Sierra 1500, it also gets an EPA-estimated 17 city/23 highway MPG. Your trips don’t have to be cut short by stops at the gas station with any of these trucks.
|2019 Ford F-150||2019 Chevy Silverado 1500||2019 GMC Sierra 1500|
|Length||209.3 – 250.5 inches||210.7 – 241.2 inches||210.8 – 241.3 inches|
|Width||79.9 inches||81.2 inches||81.2 inches|
|Height||75.1 – 77.3 inches||75.4 – 78.5 inches||75.4 – 78.5 inches|
Ford vs GMC vs Chevy Towing Capacity
Another attractive feature of light-duty trucks is their ability to tow your favorite belongings, but it absolutely has to have the power to do it. With the entry-level models of each of these trucks, you’ll encounter an impressive amount of pulling force. The base-level F-150 pushes out 290 horsepower, while the Silverado and Sierra entry-level models will both produce 355 horsepower. Go ahead and get that four-wheeler you’ve been dying to tow since your new truck can handle it.
When you start thinking about all the things your new truck is going to be able to tow, it’s quite an exciting experience. With the F-150, you’ll have a max towing capacity of 13,200 pounds, depending on how the truck is equipped, while the Silverado and Sierra both offer up to 12,100 pounds of maximum towing capacity depending on your chosen trim level. Whether you’re towing a boat, trailer, or camper, it doesn’t matter—your truck can tow it with ease.
In modern vehicles, it’s all about the features that make life a little bit better or a little bit easier, and these trucks have both. In the easier department, you’ll have a backup camera equipped as standard equipment on the F-150, the Silverado, and the Sierra. This feature allows you to more easily hook up your trailer or other equipment to the back of your truck, but it also allows you to see any obstacles in your path as you’re reversing.
Each of these trucks also has a productivity screen in the dash by the speedometer. From this display, drivers will have a great measurement of what is going on with their vehicle. You’ll be able to keep track of the tire pressure, the gas mileage, and any illuminated warning lights right in your field of vision.
Should I Buy the Silverado 1500, Sierra 1500, or F-150?
When coming from the Indianapolis, Bloomington, and Plainfield areas to look at your new truck, we understand you’re excited about the many attributes associated with each of these three vehicles. Each truck offers impressive power, exceptional towing capacity, and a bevy of convenience features that will make your life easier, but each one is also different. Which one will you choose? Come test drive with us today at Andy Mohr Automotive and figure out which one is right for you!