Ford vs. Chevrolet: Battle of the Brands in 2020

2020 Chevrolet Silverado front 3/4 view (top) and 2020 Ford F-150 front 3/4 view (bottom) both driving with trailers attached
1 of 18

Which American Automaker Is Right for You?

The automotive landscape is changing rapidly, with consumers increasingly choosing sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks over conventional coupes and sedans. As a result, the two most prominent carmakers in the U.S. – Ford and Chevrolet – are in the process of purging the majority of passenger cars from their respective lineups.

That will eventually leave both brands with sports cars, including the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette (and perhaps an electric car or two) as their only traditional cars.

On the plus side, both brands are adding some novel SUVs to dealers’ showrooms. Chevrolet has just launched their revamped subcompact Trailblazer crossover, and Ford has unveiled a new line of off-roaders that bring back the Bronco nameplate. Both brands continue to be strongly represented in both the full-size and midsize pickup truck segments.

Here, we’re taking a close look at how each automaker stands up to each other on a segment-by-segment basis. All of the vehicle information presented here comes from U.S. News’ extensive new car rankings and reviews. Note, however, that since we constantly update our vehicle scores as new information becomes available, the scores you see here may not precisely match the information on our individual review pages.

Read on to learn which American automaker takes home the win.

To get local pricing, enter your zip code: Cancel

Best Price Program

Interested in a New?

Use the U.S. News Best Price Program to find great deals and get upfront pricing on the.

Dismiss