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2017 Chevrolet Silverado vs 2017 Ford F-150 From Team Auto a Concord Area Chevrolet Dealer

Full-size pickup trucks remain some of the most popular vehicles on the market. The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 continues to battle for the top spot in the segment. Drivers rave about the Silverado’s comfortable interior and impressive towing capabilities. Excellent crash-test scores make the Silverado even more appealing. According to the Concord Chevrolet dealer, a new low-speed automatic braking system is now included in the optional Enhanced Driver Alert package. As always, the 2017 Ford F-150 goes head-to-head against the new Silverado. Let’s see which one of these full-size pickups comes out ahead.

Maximum Towing Capacity
If you’re seeking a full-size pickup with maximum towing capabilities, the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado won’t leave you disappointed. An optional 6.2-liter V8 engine enables the Silverado to tow up to 12,500 pounds. No other pickup in the class can pull more weight, including the 2017 Ford F-150. This is a key benefit for drivers who plan to tow heavy items such as full-size campers and boats. Although the F-150 is strong, its towing capacity tops out at 12,200 pounds. 

Body Structure
The Chevrolet Silverado’s steel body gives it a clear advantage. Although the Ford F-150’s aluminum body structure may save a small amount of weight, it isn’t nearly as strong as steel. Not only are aluminum body panels more likely to become damaged, they’re also noticeably more difficult to repair. Because the Silverado’s steel body is more resistant to denting, you’ll be able to drive with additional peace of mind. 

Teen Driver Features
Chevy’s standard Teen Driver technology is engineered to help inexperienced drivers stay out of trouble. It also gives worried parents an extra sense of control. You can use the truck’s Teen Driver mode to set top speed restrictions and limit the audio volume. The system can also tally a report of your teenager’s driving habits. In the event one of the Silverado’s safety systems is activated while your teen is driving, this information will be detailed in the report. While Ford’s MyKey feature is also designed to promote safe driving, it doesn’t provide a report card.

Safety
Both the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado and the 2017 Ford F-150 managed to earn excellent five-star overall safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Both models give you access to advanced driving aids such as forward collision warning and lane-keep assist. But one of the key safety innovations you won’t find on the F-150 is Chevy’s cutting-edge Safety Alert Seat. If imminent danger is detected, this specially engineered seat will immediately start to vibrate on the side of the seat where the danger lies.

Wi-Fi Connectivity 
Like most people, you probably use the internet on an everyday basis. The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado’s available 4G Wi-Fi hot spot enables you to access the web at any given time of the day. By contrast, the 2017 Ford F-150 doesn’t even offer Wi-Fi connectivity. 

As you can see, the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado wins this comparison. Exclusive features, class-leading towing capabilities and a steel body help set apart the new Silverado from the competition.