2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty vs 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD near Oklahoma City, OK
See Why the Ford F-250 Super Duty Outdoes the Competition!
It may seem that all trucks offer you the same features and are capable of hauling heavy loads and getting you through a long day on the job. Although there is a wide selection of excellent trucks for you to choose from, some are more efficient, stronger, and powerful than others. The Ford F-250 Super Duty stays ahead of the game seen in the 2016 Ford F-250 vs 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500 near Oklahoma City, OK, comparison. You can see this the truck that makes its own set of rules, the F-250 Super Duty, here at David Stanley Ford today.
Underneath the hood, both the 2016 Silverado 2500 and the 2016 F-250 Super Duty offer you durable engine options, but the Ford’s powertrain lineup outdoes the Chevy’s choices in more ways than one. Cranking out an impressive best-in-class1 385 horsepower and class-leading1 405 lbs.-ft. of torque, the F-250 Super Duty’s 6.7L V8 powerhouse goes above and beyond to give you a top-of-the-line performance. Though the Chevy Silverado 2500 makes an effort with its 6.0L V8 Vortec® engine’s 360 horsepower and 380 lbs.-ft. of torque, it can’t quit get you where the Ford F-250 Super Duty can.
Chevy and Ford also both provide you with diesel engines, but the Ford F-250 Super Duty’s 6.7L V8 Power Stroke® turbo diesel engine takes the win here as well. Its best-in-class1 440 horsepower and astounding, best-in-class1 860 lbs.-ft. of torque give you all the power you need for a job of any size. Thanks to its high pressure common-rail fuel injection and the turbocharger, this feisty powerhouse can give you superior strength and capability. The Chevy Silverado 2500HD features a 6.6L V8 Duramax® turbo diesel engine, which gives an all-around satisfying 397 horsepower and 765 lbs.-ft. of torque, but it still can’t compare with the Ford F-250 Super Duty and its breathtaking power.
The 2016 F-250 Super Duty’s engine isn’t the only feature that tops the 2016 Silverado 2500 in the 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty vs 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD near Oklahoma City, OK, comparison. With the F-250 Super Duty’s 12,500-lb. maximum towing capacity2, you can haul all of your work equipment, help transport your college student’s dorm room supplies to the University of Oklahoma, or take your horses to the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds with this kind of towing power. The Chevy Silverado 2500HD is only able to give you a 1,300-lb. maximum towing capacity3, so you won't be able to haul as many items.
On the Ford F-250 Super Duty, you’ll find a standard integrated trailer brake controller (TBC). This system helps keep you safe while towing and synchronizes the truck’s brakes, so you can stop steadily and smoothly, even when carrying the heaviest loads. You’ll have to add this separately onto the Silverado 2500HD, since this helpful feature does not come standard.
Also, you’ll find a whole set of standard interior amenities that keep all of your drives comfortable, which you won’t see as standard features on the 2016 Silverado 2500HD. Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control keeps the cabin at a pleasant climate setting, and the Rear View Camera4 assists you while parking and maneuvering, and comes in handy while you are towing. You’ll have to add these features if you drive the Chevy Silverado 2500.
To make sure you get everything you’re looking for in a truck, test drive the Ford F-250 Super Duty at David Stanley Ford, your Oklahoma Ford dealer, today! It’s clear to see there’s so much to the Ford F-250 Super Duty in the 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty vs 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD near Oklahoma City, OK, comparison.
1 Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. GVWR.
2 When properly equipped.
3 Rating is for Silverado 2500HD Regular Cab 2WD with fifth-wheel hitch and available Duramax® 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner's Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.
4 Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle.