They're both pick-ups, but the F-150 and Avalanche are two quite different vehicles and owners rate them highly for somewhat different reasons.
The F-150 is a traditional work truck. Owners rate it highly for its practicality and useful interior storage. Its fuel economy, a big factor for owners who put a lot of miles on their trucks, also gets a big thumbs-up.
The Avalanche is a cross between an SUV and a truck. The bed is connected to the cab and the wall between them folds down to allow for a more flexible storage space. It also has a watertight bed cover. It scored highly for fuel economy and also for its interior, style and for the way it drives.
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