Since the Chevy Silverado came to the market people haven’t stopped comparing the truck to the Ford F-150. However Chevrolet then got competitive when they said that the steel build of the trick was better than the F-150.

Things have been taken to a new level with the competition as now Chevrolet poured concrete blocks onto the Chevy Silverado bed along with the F-150 in a new ad to prove that it could take a hit better.

The Chevy Silverado came out ahead with dents while the Ford F-150 suffered from puncture wounds to the aluminum.

Things were going well for the Chevy Silverado until Honda stuck their nose in and they did the same experiment. They poured concrete blocks onto the plastic bed of the Honda Ridgeline and the vehicle only suffered from very small scratches.

So this seems to suggest that the bed of the Honda Ridgeline is better than that of the Chevy Silverado. You can see the results of the test in the video below.

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