2024 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150

2024 GMC Sierra 1500
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vs.

2024 Ford F-150
$37,700

Starting MSRP

$36,570
Available

Diesel Engine

Not Offered
430 lb-ft

Standard Torque

400 lb-ft
13,300 pounds

Max Towing Capacity

13,500 pounds
Regular, Double, Crew

Cab Styles

Regular, SuperCab, SuperCrew
44.5 inches

Front-Row Legroom

43.9 inches

 

 

The GMC Sierra 1500 and the Ford F-150 are staples on jobsites around Rock Hill, but which truck is the right one for your tasks in Fort Mill and beyond? If a diesel engine or premium features like an HD Rear Vision Camera are on your wishlist, you’d do well to consider a new Sierra 1500. 

Furthermore, you’ll find plenty of exciting trim levels on last year’s GMC 1500. However, you should have all the information before you make your decision. Compare the 2024 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150, below! 

2024 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150: Base Performance Specs

How do the base engines compare on GMC vs. Ford trucks? In this case, the F-150 has a slight advantage in terms of horsepower. However, the Sierra 1500 has the advantage for standard torque. For many Waxhaw truck drivers, torque matters more than horsepower because it’s necessary for towing. With that in mind, let’s compare the base engine performance of the newest GMC Sierra 1500 vs. the Ford F-150: 

GMC Sierra 1500 Base Engine

  • 2.7L TurboMax™ 
  • 310 hp
  • 430 lb-ft of torque

Ford F-150 Base Engine

  • 2.7L EcoBoost V6 
  • 325 hp
  • 400 lb-ft of torque

2024 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150: Cab Dimensions

When it comes to these GMC vs. Ford trucks, both lineups offer three cab styles with passenger capacities ranging from three to six. However, tall Indian Land drivers will find the GMC Sierra 1500 interior to be more comfortable than the F-150, as it has more front-row legroom. Compare the Ford F-150 vs. GMC Sierra 1500 cab sizes, below:

GMC Sierra 1500 Cabs

Regular Cab 

  • Front row only, seats three
  • Legroom – 44.5 inches

Double Cab

    • Two rows, seats six
  • Front/rear legroom – 44.5 inches/35.2 inches

Crew Cab

  • Two rows, seats six
  • Front/rear legroom – 44.5 inches/43.4 inches

Ford F-150 Cabs

Regular Cab

  • Front row only, seats three
  • Legroom – 43.9 inches

SuperCab

  • Two rows, seats five to six
  • Front/rear legroom – 43.9 inches/33.5 inches

SuperCrew Cab

  • Two rows, seats five to six
  • Front/rear legroom – 43.9/43.6 inches

Experience the GMC Sierra 1500 at Rock Hill Buick GMC

After comparing the Ford F-150 vs. the GMC Sierra 1500, which truck stands out to you as the better buy? If you’re leaning toward the available diesel engine or the roomier cabin of the Sierra 1500, you can find one at Rock Hill Buick GMC! Reach out to us to set up a test drive of your preferred configuration or to get more information about the 2023 GMC Sierra 1500’s color options today!

If you’re searching for a light-duty pickup truck in the Fort Mill area, you might be wondering how the GMC Sierra 1500 and Ford F-150 compare. Both are rugged trucks with impressive capabilities, but we think the GMC Sierra 1500 takes it a step further with a more powerful base engine and a wide selection of upscale features. Keep reading to compare the new GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150! Then, browse our GMC Sierra 1500 offers to find a great rate on a new GMC truck. 

2023 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150: Performance Specs

The GMC Sierra 1500 and Ford F-150 both deliver efficient and dynamic performance. Both models can be equipped with multiple engines and a 10-speed automatic transmission (aside from the 2.7L turbo high-output engine on the Sierra 1500, which comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Compare the engine options, horsepower, and torque for both models below: 

GMC Sierra 1500 Engine Options:

  • 2.7L turbo high-output: 310 hp, 430 lb.-ft.
  • 5.3L EcoTec3 V8: 355 hp, 383 lb.-ft.
  • 3.0L Duramax® turbo diesel V6: 305 hp, 495 lb.-ft.
  • 6.2L EcoTec3 V8: 420 hp, 460 lb.-ft.

Ford F-150 Engine Options:

  • 3.3L Ti-VCT V6: 290 hp, 265 lb.-ft.
  • 2.7L EcoBoost® V6: 325 hp, 400 lb.-ft.
  • 5.0L Ti-VCT V8: 400 hp, 410 lb.-ft.
  • 3.5L EcoBoost V6: 400 hp, 500 lb.-ft.
  • 3.5L PowerBoost™ full hybrid V6: 430 hp, 570 lb.-ft.
  • High-output 3.5L EcoBoost: 450 hp, 510 lb.-ft.
  • High-output 5.2L supercharged V8: 700 hp, 640 lb.-ft.

While the Ford F-150 offers a multitude of engines, one type of engine that it doesn’t offer is a diesel engine. The GMC Sierra 1500 offers the 3.0L Duramax® turbo diesel V6. Some of the benefits of a diesel engine for a truck include improved fuel economy, greater power and torque, lower maintenance costs, and longer engine life.

2023 GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150: Size & Cargo Space 

Spacious truck beds and cabins are staples of both the GMC Sierra 1500 and Ford F-150 trucks. When you compare the GMC Sierra 1500 vs. Ford F-150 in terms of passenger capacity of bed lengths, you’ll notice a few small differences. In general, the GMC Sierra 1500 truck beds are slightly longer and more spacious. Compare their cab styles, passenger capacities, and bed lengths below: 

GMC Sierra 1500 Size 

  • Regular Cab: Seats up to three people and has bed lengths of 79.4 or 98.2 inches 
  • Double Cab: Seats up to six people and has a bed length of 79.4 inches 
  • Crew Cab: Seats up to six people and has bed lengths of 69.9 or 79.4 inches 

Ford F-150 Size

  • Regular Cab: Seats up to three people and has bed lengths of 78.9 or 97.6 inches 
  • Super Cab: Seats up to six people and has bed lengths of 78.9 or 97.6 inches 
  • SuperCrew®: Seats up to six people and has bed lengths of 67.1 or 78.9 inches 

Test Drive a New GMC Sierra 1500 at Rock Hill Buick GMC!

Now that you’ve compared two of the most popular GMC vs. Ford trucks, it’s time to explore your options at Rock Hill Buick GMC. We’ll introduce you to the GMC Sierra 1500 lineup and help you find your ideal trim level, color, and feature set. To schedule a test drive, contact us online or call us at (803) 659-3103. Check out our CDJR research hub to learn more about the latest and greatest from GMC. 

In the market for a hardworking, durable truck? Let’s compare two of the top, the 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 and the Ford F-150. Both trucks offer strong power and durability. The 2022 Ford F-150 is powered by a standard 3.3-liter V-6 engine that provides a maximum towing capability of 8,200 pounds. The GMC Sierra is powered by a standard 2.7-liter turbocharged high-output four-cylinder engine which offers a maximum towing capability of 9,400 pounds1. Still, the Sierra has a long list of features that improve your performance while towing. One of these is the available ProGrade trailering system with an in-vehicle trailering app. The Sierra also comes with an available camera system with 15 camera views for confidence at all times.

Functionality

Functionality is essential whether you use your truck for work or play. Easily power your tools in the Ford F-150 with the Pro Power Onboard, which is like having your own mobile generator. The power tailgate makes it easy to access your truck bed content.

The GMC Sierra takes functionality to the next level with the world’s first six-function MultiPro tailgate. Access your contents with the power remote or unfold the inner gate for an easy step up. Enjoy the next level of driving convenience with available Super Cruise. You can also turn your inner gate into a mobile workstation or connect your smartphone to the truck bed audio system and enjoy your music when parked.

In Conclusion

Capability and functionality are both important features when choosing a truck. While both are great options, the 2022 GMC Sierra is designed for drivers who prefer to take their life on-the-go, and in the lap of truck-based luxury.

1When properly equipped; 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.


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