The two vehicles at the end of this list are the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado and 2021 GMC Sierra, which are virtually the same truck.

Scores are determined by a number of factors, according to Consumer Reports. There are other ways for the vehicles to accumulate points

For the 2021 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado, however, that did not take place. On a list of 20 full-sized trucks, the Silverado came in eighth

As a result, the GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado were ranked worst among full-sized trucks.

On the road test, it did receive a 78 out of 100 rating. With an overall mileage of 17 mpg, the fuel efficiency received a score of one out of five.

 That translates to 11 city mpg and 24 highway mpg. The anticipated cost of fuel per year is $1,715.

The majority of safety measures that customers may anticipate as standard are not typical. Lane departure warning

 It was the final truck on Consumer Reports' list to get a score, slightly below the Chevrolet Silverado.

The open recalls, on the other hand, are a crucial factor that affected both trucks. There are three recalls on the vehicles for different problems.

There are hardly many full-size pickup vehicles on the market. Fair enough, none of the pickup vehicles on this list received high marks from Consumer Reports.

we'd advise the 2021 Ram 1500 or the 2021 Toyota Tundra. These two trucks, which are ranked first and second, each achieved a score of 63.

The Sierra and Silverado were praised by Consumer Reports for their spacious interiors, comfortable beds, and quiet operation.