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post #1 of 13 Old 11-13-2013, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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Silverado Cheyenne vs F150 Tremor...

So the Cheyenne is a direct response to the boys over at Ford and their F-150 Tremor. Billed as the return of the Lightning the Tremor sports a 3.5L Ecoboost V6 Twin Turbo kicking out the jams to a tune f 365 HP and 420 lb-ft of twist...


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Ford did do a great job on this. Going off of the specs of both it seems like they will come close when tested in the real world. we'll need to see them go head to head



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Looks good. Pretty similar to the Silverado Cheyenne to be honest. I am interested to read some reviews that compare the two vehicles. I bet you that the Ford will sell better just because it is related to the F-150.
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well the ford is already on sale for MSRP of ~$25,000.. So the Cheyenne will need to trim some of the high dolalr components on the SEMA concept if it wants to compete. No way will the Cheyenne be able to dip below $30K offering Brembo brakes, CF body panels, and a mixed bag of Camaro goodies
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The Ecoboost engine is doing a lot of good for Ford too. it is pretty economical (won an award for innovation recently.) And then it still costs less than the Silverado Cheyenne? It is a super competitive segment. I'm always interested to see what happens yet.

Is the Cheyenne more fuel efficient than the Tremor? I am thinking not.
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Tremor puts out serious power. Also seriously pricey



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Tremor puts out serious power. Also seriously pricey
Not cheap but worth it if you want to be different and have one of the best trucks out. But some may argue that you're better off buying a SVT Raptor



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these trucks might put out lots of power and torque but what is the payload on these like? because it doesnt seem like these engines are made for towing.



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these trucks might put out lots of power and torque but what is the payload on these like? because it doesnt seem like these engines are made for towing.
they're not the most ideal trucks to tow with, people who buys these wouldn't dare to do that. Plus if you own this, how often will you need to tow something?



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Maybe throw up some specs of the F150 tremor to compare



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