Compare the Ford F-150 to the Competition in Kerrville, TX

Finding the right truck to handle the challenges of life can require a lot of research. There are plenty of hard-working pickup trucks that can handle the towing and hauling needs of a busy work life or the project checklist around the house. However, narrowing down the options to your perfect match takes some leg work, which is why we're happy to research for you at our Ford dealership. With the Ford F-150, you'll find a perfect complement for your needs!

Other full-size truck options around the greater Texas area can work for your needs. From the Chevy Silverado 1500 to the RAM 1500 and Toyota Tundra, you'll have a decision to make. But when it comes to top of the line performance, features, and amenities, you'll find that the F-150 leads the pack! If you're looking to see how our Ford truck matches up to the competition, swing by our dealership and explore what they have to offer!

Vehicle Comparison

2020 Ford F-150 XLT 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 2020 Toyota Tundra SR5 2020 Ram 1500 Classic
Starting MSRP $34,760 $28,300 $37,850 $29,700
Bluetooth Standard Standard Standard Optional
Navigation Optional Available on other styles Standard Available on other styles
Satellite Radio Available on other styles Available on other styles Standard Available on other styles
Parking Assistance Optional Optional Optional Available on other styles
Keyless Ignition Available on other styles Available on other styles Optional Not Available
Cooled/Ventilated seats Available on other styles Available on other styles Available on other styles Not Available
Engine Power 290 hp @ 6500 rpm 285 hp @ 5300 rpm 381 hp @ 5600 rpm 305 hp @ 6400 rpm
Engine Torque 265 ft-lbs. @ 4000 rpm 305 ft-lbs. @ 3900 rpm 401 ft-lbs. @ 3600 rpm 269 ft-lbs. @ 4800 rpm
Fuel Economy (City/Hwy/Combined) 19 / 25 / 22 mpg 16 / 21 / 17 mpg 13 / 18 / 15 mpg 17 / 25 / 20 mpg
Fuel Capacity 23.0 gal. 28.0 gal. 26.4 gal. 26.0 gal.
Range (city/hwy) 437 / 575 miles 448 / 588 miles 343 / 475 miles 442 / 650 miles

Ford F-150 vs Chevy Silverado

While both truck lineups offer six powertrain options to choose from, getting impressive power underneath the hood is easily found when you climb behind the wheel of the Ford F-150. The Chevy can match the capability of Ford's V6, V8, and turbo-diesel engine options, but it can't match the robust power from the High-Output Ford engine. The F-150 can equip a 3.5-liter EcoBoost® engine that delivers 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. The Chevy Silverado can't match up to these number with any engine in its lineup.

When you choose the diesel engine, you know you're getting a powertrain that works hard and offers impressive capability. The full-size Ford pickup truck can tow a maximum of 11,500 pounds when equipped with the diesel package, while the Silverado only achieves up to 9,300 pounds with its diesel engine.

Both trucks are industry toppers when it comes to full-size truckloads, with either the Ford or the Chevy a stellar option when you need to get supplies to the next worksite. When it comes to loading up the truck's payload, you'll find more capacity in the Ford F-150. With this Ford truck, you can haul 3,270 pounds, while the Chevy Silverado is limited to 2,250 pounds.

Even though both trucks are hard-working, industrious vehicles, having the right technology equipped makes the workload that much easier. The Ford F-150 offers the class-exclusive Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, a feature that makes controlling your trailer easy with the twist of the knob. You won't find a similar feature in the Chevy lineup.

When you're working late at night, the Ford F-150 lineup offers convenient features like LED box lighting, LED trailer hitch light, and a class-exclusive LED side-mirror spotlights to provide you with some clarity. Chevy can't make things as convenient for you as it lacks many of the same features.





Ford F-150 vs Toyota Tundra

If you're looking for versatility from your engine options, you'll want to test drive the F-150 lineup. It comes with six engine options, including V6, V8, and turbo-diesel powertrains suited for all kinds of lifestyles. The Tundra is limited to a V8 engine, meaning you won't be able to customize it to match your needs.

When you're looking for a large truck that can tow just about anything, you'll enjoy what the Ford F-150 has to offer. This Ford truck stays near the front of the pack with a maximum towing capacity of 13,200 pounds, while the Tundra can only tow up to 10,200 pounds.

The payload on the Ford F-150 is equally equipped for your next adventure with a maximum capacity of 3,270 pounds. The Toyota full-size truck is capable but not to the same level, with only 1,730 pounds. You'll be limited with the Tundra when you need to haul supplies to the worksite.

Both trucks are industry toppers when it comes to full-size truckloads, with either the Ford or the Chevy a stellar option when you need to get supplies to the next worksite. When it comes to loading up the truck's payload, you'll find more capacity in the Ford F-150. With this Ford truck, you can haul 3,270 pounds, while the Chevy Silverado is limited to 2,250 pounds.

Even though both trucks are hard-working, industrious vehicles, having the right technology equipped makes the workload that much easier. The Ford F-150 offers the class-exclusive Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, a feature that makes controlling your trailer easy with the twist of the knob. You won't find a similar feature in the Chevy lineup.

When you're working late at night, the Ford F-150 lineup offers convenient features like LED box lighting, LED trailer hitch light, and a class-exclusive LED side-mirror spotlights to provide you with some clarity. Chevy can't make things as convenient for you as it lacks many of the same features.





Ford F-150 vs RAM 1500

Once again, the Ford F-150 lineup is similar to the options found in the RAM 1500 lineup. You can explore a variety of options that include efficient V6, robust V8, and capable turbo-diesel options with either the F-150 or RAM 1500. However, the Ford F-150 can equip the High-Output 3.5-liter V6 that delivers class-leading horsepower and torque output. No engine option from the RAM 1500 can match this.

Want a truck that can tow the most? The Ford F-150 can manage a maximum of 13,200 pounds, while the RAM 1500 maxes out at 12,750 pounds. You won't be as limited with the Ford truck.

Not just staying ahead of the RAM 1500 in towing capability, the Ford F-150 also offers a class-best payload capability of 3,270 pounds while the RAM truck is limited to 2,300 pounds maximum in its payload.

Inside the Ford, you'll find plenty of comfort including the amount of legroom that your passengers can enjoy and take advantage of. While the RAM 1500 truck manages to accommodate back seat passengers with ample legroom, it does so at the cost of front-row legroom. The F-150 offers 43.96 inches of legroom for those in the front row, three inches more than what the RAM can offer.

If you're looking for help with your towing, you'll find the Ford F-150 is well-equipped with a plethora of features designed to make it simple and straightforward. The F-150 comes with available features like the class-exclusive Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, FordPass Connect™ app with a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and an arsenal of features like the Blind Spot Information System, Lane-Keeping Assist, and more safety options. RAM includes some of the safety features but you won't find most of these in the RAM 1500 lineup, and you'll need to pay more to have them equipped.


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Ken Stoepel Ford

400 Sidney Baker St S
Directions Kerrville, TX 78028

  • Sales: 830-483-7181
  • Service: 830-257-5554
  • Parts: 830-257-5555

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    400 Sidney Baker St S
    Kerrville, TX 78028

    • Sales: 830-483-7181
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