The Ford F-150 is a Legacy of a Truck

The Ford F-150 is a truck that you can't beat just by adding additional features. It has decades of credibility and many F-150 owners keep coming back. Ford's updates, like EcoBoost, has once again made the F-150 a king amongst trucks. Below, we compare the F-150 with the top requested comparisons.

2015 Ford F-150 XL vs. 2015 Nissan Titan Crew Cab S

Exterior - Optional features on the Ford F-150 that are not available on the Nissan Titan Crew Cab include exterior light control, delay-off headlamps, and daytime running lights. Both include halogen headlight beams and have 4 doors.

Interior - Standard features on the Ford F-150 that are not on the Titan include telescoping steering wheel, exterior temperature gauge, and an oil pressure gauge. Additionally, the F-150 offers the option to have wireless phone connectivity, speed sensitive volume, and illuminated entry while the Titan does not.

Mechanical - The F-150 can be equipped with EcoBoost which allows for 23 highway mpg compared to the Titan's 17 highway mpg.

Dimensions - Passenger volume on the F-150 is 132 cubic feet while the Titan has 126 cubic feet.

2015 Ford F-150 XL vs. 2015 Toyota Tundra SR5

Exterior - Both the Tundra and the F-150 include halogen headlights, fixed antennae, and pickup cargo box lights.

Interior - Optional or standard features found on the F-150 that are not available on the Tundra include convex spotter mirror, radio data system, and engine hour meter. Both have 6 speakers.

Mechanical - Both are V6 engines. The F-150 defeats the Tundra on fuel efficiency, however. The Tundra gets 18 highway mpg while the F-150 gets 23 highway mpg.

Dimensions - Overall, the dimensions are relatively similar (length, width, pickup box depth, etc.)

2015 Ford F-150 XL vs. 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Exterior - The two vehicles are very similar in terms of features. They both have halogen headlights, pickup cargo box lights, and fixed antennae. They primarily differ in style and that essentially leaves it up to personal taste.

Interior - Internally they are similar in terms of features as well. For instance, they both have 6 speakers, express up windows, and optional voice activated audio control. The F-150, however, includes a telescoping steering wheel, optional speed-sensitive volume, and exterior temperature readings.

Mechanical - They both have similar horsepower (both around 285 hp). Additionally, they both have V6 engines. However, the F-150 edges the Silverado by one extra mile per gallon on the highway.