Your exciting decision to purchase a powerful and efficient truck that meets all your needs could be an overwhelming task, but thanks to the 2021 Chevy Silverado, your choice could not be easier! When you stop by Gordon Chevy, we will help you compare the Chevy Silverado to competitor vehicles like the new Toyota Tundra, Ram 1500, and the Nissan Titan. Check out how the Chevy Silverado compares to the top competitors in the truck segment:
|2021 Chevy Silverado||2021 Toyota Tundra||2021 Ram 1500||2021 Nissan Titan|
|Towing||9,500 lbs.||10,200 lbs.||8,420 lbs.||11,040 lbs.|
|Transmission||6-speed automatic||6-speed automatic||8-speed automatic||9-speed automatic|
The 2021 Chevy Silverado is the obvious choice for savings and efficiency when compared to the 2021 Toyota Tundra:
Affordability & Performance: The Chevy Silverado MSRP of $28,595 compared to the Toyota Tundra MSRP of $35,270 is only one reason why the Silverado is the front-runner for truck choices. With Best-in-Class 23 mpg city/33 mpg highway, and max highway driving range up to 726 miles, the Toyota Tundra falls short with its 13 mpg city/17 mpg highway.
Transmission & Drivetrain: The Chevy Silverado boasts 5 Engine options, ranging from the 3.0L Turbo-Diesel to the 6.2L V8 with 6,8, and 10-speed automatic options, while the 5.7L V8 6-speed automatic is the only option in the Toyota Tundra. The Chevy Silverado also impresses with 420 horsepower versus Tundra’s 381 horsepower.
Utility: With Best-in-Class 89.1 cu.ft. of standard cargo bed volume, the Silverado provides enough space, power, and strength to complete tough jobs and exciting adventures. The versatile and functional Silverado Multi-Flex, 6-way tailgate outshines the Toyota Tundra 1-way tailgate option.
The toughest competitor to the Chevy Silverado is the Ram 1500. While the Ram carries a slightly higher MSRP, their engine choices and fuel efficiency make the difference:
Performance: It is hard to outperform the Ram 1500 which boasts impressive V6 and V8 Hemi 260 horsepower, 8-speed automatic engines with 20 mpg city/ 26 mpg highway with 650 miles highway range, but the Chevy Silverado does well with edging out the competition with Best-In-Class fuel economy and powerful engines.
Cargo & Towing Capacities: The imposing Chevy Silverado towing capacity reaches 9,600 lbs.,13,300 lbs. of trailering, and has a payload carrying capacity of 2,280 lbs. The respectable competitor Ram payload capacity is 2,320 lbs. and 8,420 lbs. of towing power. The competition could not be more exciting between these two powerhouses!
While the Nissan Titan has the highest MSRP of the group at $38,345, there are other comparisons worth noting, including the Chevy Silverado trailering features:
Also, while the more expensive Titan is limited to two trim levels, the vast Chevy Silverado trim levels include:
When you search for a Chevrolet dealer near me to help you find the best truck that fits all your needs, you will find Gordon Chevy! The 2021 Chevy Silverado is a tough competitor and for many reasons. Stop by the best of Orange Park car dealerships today to test drive the Silverado and experience for yourself why it beats out other trucks. Visit us at 1166 Blanding Boulevard, Orange Park, Florida 32065, or call us at (904) 592-3846. We’ll see you soon!