Compare And Contrast Essay On Ford Vs Chevy

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Most people who like trucks admire them for the way they look or how they run on the road and other things trucks have. There are a variety of types of trucks such as Ford, Chevy, Nissan, Toyota, Dodges (Rams), GMC and maybe Hondas. There is people who talk about which truck is better by comparing them together and arguing about them. But we are going to compare Ford and Chevy. To start where and how did Ford brand begin? Well, Ford got the name from Henry Ford, who was born on July 30, 1863, in Wayne County, Michigan and died April 7, 1947, in Dearborn Michigan. Henry Ford was an American automobile manufacturer who created the Ford Model T, the very first drivable and functional car in 1908 and went on to develop the assembly line mode …show more content…

Both Ford and Chevy are comfortable and easy to drive, both are also capable of towing well over 10,000 pounds, meanwhile, the Silverado has a maximum tow rating of 12,800 pounds, and the F-150 maxes out at 13,200 pounds. Based on safety and technology, both trucks can be equipped with active safety features such as forward collision mitigation and lane departure warning to help avoid accidents. Based in terms of safety features the Ford F-150 and the Chevrolet Silverado offer the same level of standards safety items: anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control, and side-curtain airbags. The F-150 has an optional trailer backup assistance for people you takes boats, RVs, and trailers. As for warranty length, the Silverado and F-150 offer the same bumper-to-bumper terms, both trucks could be a top 5 rating in safety. Although Ford and Chevy are two of the largest automobile brands, there also the best known brands in the United States. And both Ford and Chevy have loyal fans too. To everyone who likes Ford and Chevy, would recommend Ford because everyone likes to save money on gas, and want to have a better safety feature on their trucks if they ever get in an accidents when they one the

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