GMC Sierra 2500 vs. Ford F-250
2016 GMC Sierra 2500 vs. 2016 Ford F-250
Heavy-duty, accommodating, and built to tow and haul with ease, the GMC Sierra 2500 and Ford F-250 make quick work of even the most demanding jobs. Despite their similarities, both of these rugged pickup trucks offer differing levels of power and features to Lloydminster and Sherwood Park drivers. Take a look at our comparison below to learn more about the benefits of the 2016 GMC Sierra 2500 vs. the 2016 Ford F-250 pickup!
Conventional and Fifth-Wheel Towing Capacities
With its 440-hp 6.7L turbo diesel V8 engine, the Ford F-250 pickup offers a maximum conventional trailering capacity of 6,350 kilograms, while its peak payload capacity is a staunch 1,873 kilograms. Configuring the F-250 for fifth-wheel towing bolsters its capabilities up to 7,530 kilograms. Despite offering a peak payload of 1,603 kilograms, drivers can expect higher towing capacities from the 2016 GMC Sierra 2500 vs. the 2016 Ford F-250. The Sierra 2500 pickup brags a maximum conventional trailering capacity of 6,577 kilograms, and a fifth-wheel trailering capacity of 8,165 kilograms. With its immense strength and standard trailering equipment, the Sierra 2500 pickup is built to tow more than its fair share.
Highlighted Exterior and Interior Features
The base configurations of the GMC Sierra 2500 and Ford F-250 come equipped with many of the same features, such as steel wheels, vinyl upholstery, 40/20/40-split folding front bench seat, floor coverings, and an AM/FM stereo. Interiorly, however, the Sierra 2500 offers more in the ways of comfort of entertainment. Several features not included on the F-250 XL come standard on the Sierra 2500 Work Truck, including cruise control, power door locks, a 106.7-millimetre color display, a 4 to 6-speaker sound system, USB/iPod integration, and an auxiliary input jack.
Standard Safety Equipment
As work and trailering-ready pickup trucks, the GMC Sierra 2500 and Ford F-250 don’t skimp on safety features. For added protection, anti-lock brakes, comprehensive airbag protection, tire pressure monitoring, and traction and stability control are staples on both models. Trailer Sway Control also comes standard, and allows drivers to tow heavy loads while retaining directional stability on the road. While the Ford F-250 includes an SOS post-crash alert system, the Sierra 2500 takes peace of mind a step further by including standard OnStar, which tacks on:
Automatic Crash Notification
On-Demand Roadside Assistance
Remote Door Unlocking
Stolen Vehicle Assistance
Opt for Power and Features!
Rugged, generously equipped, and safe, the 2016 GMC Sierra 2500 is a heavy-duty truck Lloydminster and Sherwood Park drivers can depend on. To learn more about the Sierra 2500, or to schedule a test drive, contact Westridge Buick GMC during regular business hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. If you’d like to browse our new Sierra 2500 models, don’t hesitate to stop by our dealership at 2406 50th Avenue in Lloydminster, AB!