Ford vs. Chevy Trucks: Who Makes a Better Pickup?

2019 Ford F-150, 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
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Who Wins in This Cross-Town Truck Competition?

Chevrolet and Ford are two of the undisputed leaders in the pickup truck market. Chevrolet currently offers the compact Colorado and the full-size Silverado 1500, both of which fare well in their respective classes in terms of performance and overall quality.

Ford’s F-150 dominates sales in the full-size truck segment across the globe, in addition to its strong domestic performance.

As of this writing, the Chevy Silverado and Ford F-150 are tied in the No. 2 spot in our full-size truck rankings, close on the heels of the class-leading Ram 1500.

Ford also recently reintroduced the Ranger, which will be a welcome addition to the compact truck segment and has already achieved a spot close to the top of our rankings.

The comparison between these two brands’ truck lineups is quite simple. If you’re currently in the market for a new truck and considering models from either of these brands, you’ll learn which is better overall based on U.S. News scoring in different categories. We’ll take a look at the criteria that are most important to new truck buyers, as well as both brands’ current entries in the compact and full-size pickup segments.

Read on to see which American automaker comes out on top.

(Keep in mind that the scores on our site are updated constantly as new expert reviews and data become available. Therefore, the scores mentioned in this slideshow may not match the scores in our reviews.)

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