In this video, the TFL trucking crew compares 2019 Chevy Silverado 2.7-liter Turbo to the 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost F-150, running a comprehensive 0-60 test to find out which of these zippy trucks is quicker off the line.
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More on the new Chevy Silverado
Once it hits the road later in 2019, there is just no way you will mistake the new 2020 Chevy Silverado HD for last year’s model. The 2020 rides on a wheel base that’s increased by 5.2 inches. It’s just over 10 inches longer bumper to bumper, 1.4 inches wider, and 1.6 inches taller. Chevy also decided to change up the front grill, moving away from their signature “bow tie” to a massive horizontal “Chevrolet” branding across the front grill. Only the High Country model will retain the signature bow tie on the front grill. The cab height has been reduced and the front fenders raised, giving the front end a chop-top, “bulldog” feel.