Ford vs. Chevy Trucks: Who Makes a Better Pickup in 2020?

2020 Ford F-150 Raptor front view
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Performance

Winner: Ford

The Ford F-150 offers a choice of six powertrains, ranging from the base model’s 290-horsepower V6 to the 450-horsepower V6 available on the truck’s Limited and Raptor trims. Its beefy lineup helped the Ford F-150 earn a rating of 8.6 out of 10 for performance. 

The smaller Ford Ranger comes only with a 270-horsepower turbo-four and received a performance rating of 8.1 out of 10.

The Chevrolet Silverado’s engine lineup ranges from a 285-horsepower V6 to a 435-horsepower V8, helping it earn a performance score of 8.3. 

The compact Chevrolet Colorado comes with a choice of three engines, including the base model’s 200-horsepower four-cylinder and range-topping 308-horsepower V6. The truck received a performance score of 8.2. 

In overall performance, Ford narrowly prevails with a higher average score of 8.35 compared with Chevy’s 8.25.

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