Both Ford and Chevy are big names in the truck market in Hicksville, OH. Their most popular trucks, the F-150 and Silverado, have butted heads for years, constantly trying to outdo each other. Now both trucks are coming out with electric versions, giving many truck lovers even more to think about. Below we compare the two trucks on key differences. Use this information as a starting point to figure out which model is better suited for your Paulding, OH, lifestyle.

The Differences

Range & Charging: When it comes to electric vehicles, range and charging times are important details to consider near Auburn, IN. The Silverado will only offer, at the moment, one battery pack. The Lightning will offer two, providing drivers with options.

Towing & Payload: Towing and payload numbers matter no matter what type of truck you are browsing. And it is one area where the two trucks are evenly matched. Both can tow up to 10,000-pounds. In terms of the payload, the Lightning does actually take the edge with its 2,000-pound capacity, compared to the Silverado's 1,300-pounds.

Power & Torque: Power and torque is always essential information when considering different trucks near Butler, IN. The Lightning Pro receives 775 pound-feet of torque, while the WT Silverado receives 615 pound-feet of torque.

The Winner: Ford F-150 Lightning

While it is undeniable that the Chevy Silverado EV put up a good fight, the Ford F-150 Lightning is poised to offer New Haven, IN, drivers more of what they want. To discover what else the Lightning brings to the table, browse it in our inventory and set up a test drive. And give us a call. We are always excited to talk about the latest Ford models in our inventory.

Categories: New Inventory