Legendary Power and Performance in Every Model - Experience What Sets the Chevy Silverado 1500 Apart

Whether it's hauling kayaks and canoes to the Susquehanna River, bringing a family RV to the nearest campground, or towing a work trailer loaded with heavy tools, when you need a reliable and capable vehicle that can do all this, and more, the Chevy Silverado 1500 is there for you. At Klick Lewis Chevrolet Buick, we know you have options when shopping for a new pickup truck in the Harrisburg area, and we invite you to visit us in Palmyra, PA to see firsthand everything the Silverado 1500 can add to your daily tasks.

Chevy has been a name that American drivers have trusted for more than a century, and the legendary carmaker has been producing incredible trucks for almost as long. Here in the greater Hershey and Lebanon, PA area, the full-sized Silverado 1500 has long been a favorite for small businesses, commercial fleets, and families alike. It's available in a variety of styles, trims, and powertrains, with something for everyone.


But while the Silverado 1500 is a great option for any pickup truck shopper, we know that it may not be the only option competing for your attention, and we're here to help. Here, we've compiled a list of ways that our Chevy truck comes out ahead of some of its stiffest competition. We hope this helps you as you make your next truck-buying decision.

Chevy Silverado 1500 vs. Ford F-150

  • Passenger space and comfort. On road trips long or short, you and your passengers will be more comfortable riding in the Chevy Silverado 1500 than the Ford F-150. Our Silverado 1500 has around three inches more of headroom in the front seat than the Ford, and about an inch more in front seat legroom. Opt for either the crew cab or extended cab styles with a backseat in either model, and you'll find you have more room to stretch out in with the Chevy truck over the Ford.
  • Standard features. From comfort to convenience, the Chevy Silverado 1500 offers a wider range of standard amenities than the F-150 as well. Starting at the base model trim for the Chevy truck, you can look for power windows, power locks, a locking tailgate, and much more. But none of these are standard with the Ford model and, in fact, you'll have to move up in trims and spend more money to get the same level of features in the F-150 that you can expect standard on the Silverado 1500.
  • Utility. Whether it's for weekend adventures or weekday work duties, most people want a pickup truck to help them haul or tow heavy and bulky loads. If you have a camper or a trailer, the Chevy Silverado 1500 can help. The Silverado 1500 lineup starts with a 7,200-pound towing capacity and goes up from there. But the Ford F-150 starts with only a 5,000-pound capacity, forcing drivers to add on expensive options or move up in trims to get a higher towing ability. Plus, the Silverado 1500 also has a higher payload capacity, topping out at 2,280 pounds, compared to the F-150 model's top payload rating of 2,238 pounds.

Meet the Chevy Silverado 1500 for a Test Drive in Palmyra

Side by side and number by number, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup truck has more of the qualities drivers want and need, including features, power, and comfort. But don't just take our word for it. The best way to understand what makes the Silverado the perfect truck for you is with a test drive. Browse our collection to learn more about the models we have in stock and make your way to see us in person. We look forward to introducing you to everything that sets the Silverado 1500 apart from the competition soon.

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