Mount Pocono, Tobyhanna, Scranton, Pocono Pines, and Blakeslee, Pennsylvania, drivers interested in a heavy-duty pickup truck to get the job done are likely to have the Ford F-250 and Chevy Silverado 2500 HD pretty close to the top of their wish lists. Because we're well aware of this probability, we here at Ray Price Ford have decided to help out by placing both of these trucks in a side-by-side comparison.

Take a look to find out which one ends up having what it takes to be the right choice for you. While you're reading along, you'll be able to find out some of the things that these pickups have to offer when it comes to entertainment, convenience, and performance.

Dive in to learn more.

Ford F-250 vs Silverado 2500 HD: Entertainment Features

If you appreciate being able to enjoy your favorite music, sporting events, or talk radio programs while on the road, at the worksite, or at a campsite, both the F-250 and 2500 HD provide you with an abundance of possibilities. We'll begin with the Ford.

The F-250 comes standard with four speakers in the Regular Cab and six speakers in the Super Cab and Crew Cab. The available B&O Play® Premium audio system steps things up considerably with its 10 full-bodied speakers that include a subwoofer for an unmistakable boost in sound.

While the Chevy comes standard with a 2-speaker audio system in the Regular Cab, it does increase its speaker count in the Double Cab and Crew Cab to six. However, the highest number of speakers available in the Silverado is seven.

When it comes to filling the cabin with what gets you motivated the most, it's clear the Ford F-250 proves itself to be the better choice.

A Look at Convenience and Engine Specs

One thing that stands out within the category of convenience for the F-250 is the fact that it's available with power-adjustable pedals to help you get in the most comfortable position when behind the wheel. Memory is also available with this feature. With this, you can ensure that your preferred pedal position is ready for you the moment you want it. Unfortunately, the Silverado 2500 does not offer power-adjustable pedals.

The Ford F-250 continues to impress as we move on to the topic of engine capabilities. With its three engine possibilities, you're able to choose the one that matches your priorities the best.

For instance, the standard 6.2-liter V8 supplies you with 385 horsepower, the available 7.3-liter V8 gives you 430 horsepower, and the available 6.7-liter Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel can produce up to 475 horsepower.

Over in the Silverado 2500 HD, you'll only find two possibilities for what goes under the hood. The standard 6.6-liter V8 generates a maximum of 401 horsepower and the available 6.6-liter Turbo-Diesel V8 produces 445 horsepower. Neither of these has the kind of output found in the F-250.  

F-250 vs Silverado 2500 HD: Which One Will You Pick?

As you can tell, the Ford F-250 manages to outshine the features and capabilities offered by the Chevy Silverado 2500 HD.

With these advantages, the Ford truck will be able to make noticeable contributions to your regular Scranton, Blakeslee, Pocono Pines, Mount Pocono, and Tobyhanna, PA, drives.

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