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Compare the Ford Super Duty F-250 to the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD to See Which Is Better Suited for Your Lifestyle 

When your to-do list runs a mile long and your hauling needs become dependent on a stronger, more resilient workhorse, you don't just invest in any pickup but a substantial work truck. Any heavy duty truck fits the bill but none quite as well as the Ford Super Duty F-250 and Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD. Both American bred trucks complete whatever chaos stumble their way and do so with style and grace. As capable as they are refined and modern lifestyle suitable, either heavy duty truck should get you to your final destination without sacrificing your basic comfort needs.

The troubling reality that most drivers face, however, is narrowing the selection to a heavy duty steed. That's where we at King Ford Lincoln of Lenoir come in. Placing both heavy duty trucks side-by-side in a friendly and fair vehicle comparison, we hope to highlight some of the reasons you might elect to indulge in the Ford Super Duty F-250 over Chevrolet's like-minded truck.

The Ford Super Duty F-250 vs the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

  • With its more affordable price tag, the Ford Super Duty stands as a greater value compared to the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD.
  • Though built to be rugged, the Ford Super Duty opens to a rather serene environment, blanketing its cabin with amenities that blow its Chevrolet competitor out of the water. Items like variable speed intermittent wipers, passenger vanity mirror, bucket seats, steering wheel controls and an advanced security system prove that the Ford Super Duty is much more than a workhorse.
  • The Ford Super Duty ensures you never leave cargo behind. In addition to its standard towing hitch, it offers 12,200 pounds maximum towing and 10,000 gross vehicle gross rating.
  • The Ford Super Duty opens to a more cavernous interior for an additional level of comfort with more second row leg, head, shoulder and hip room, and at 77.3 cubic feet, the Ford Super Duty is better equipped for your cargo carrying needs. 

Think the Ford Super Duty F-250 is the route you wish to take? Then consider joining us here in our Lenoir location where our associates go the extra mile to get you behind the wheel of any of our new Ford Super Duty models with a Ford loan or lease that doesn't leave your wallet empty.

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