The worksite doesn't care about a pickup truck's spec sheet. What does matter is how those numbers translate into real-world results. It's one thing to know how well heavy-duty pickup truck brakes work when they're under light-duty conditions, but what about their stopping power after hard use with heavy loads? Or what do torsional rigidity numbers mean when you're hauling cargo out of a ditch?
To find out this info, we hired AMCI Testing to conduct a series of independently verified truck comparison tests. With nearly 30 years of experience, they are the single most sought-after source for the investigation and substantiation of automotive product claims. They put Silverado HD, Ford Super Duty and Ram HD through a series of tests designed to simulate everyday scenarios. And in order to substantiate their findings, AMCI requires each vehicle to turn in its best numbers up to 24 times at the hands of multiple drivers. This helps confirm the performance of each vehicle tested. Learn more about AMCI Testing