WHAT DOES THE SILVERADO NOT HAVE?

August 20th, 2017 by

When buying a new vehicle, it is very common for a consumer to sit down and compare cars and see which one fits their lifestyle the best. One of the most frequent comparisons made is between the Chevrolet Silverado and the Ford F-150. So it’s time to ask the age old question… What does the Silverado have that the F-150 doesn’t? The list starts with a corner step built right into the rear bumper, a roll-formed high strength steel bed which is less susceptible to punctures than aluminum, and an exclusive automatic locking rear differential.

In a short video on Chevrolet.com, many owners of a Ford F-150 were shown a vehicle covered in a black cover so the brand was not visible. They were told about the unique features of the Montgomery Chevrolet Silverado mentioned above and with each feature said, most of the Ford owners commented that they wished their truck possessed it. After it was revealed that the truck was indeed the current Chevrolet Silverado, the comments from the Ford owners were not surprising. Some said “I’m speechless” while others said “This puts my truck to shame.” One owner in particular said “I was not expecting all the nice options. I might be a Chevy guy now.” Chevrolet Montgomery has the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road and now a few more truck owners believe it too. If you aren’t a believer, head to Larry Puckett Chevrolet and see for yourself all the features that make the Silverado truly the best in its class.

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