How Does the Ram Lineup Compare to the Competition?
If you're shopping around for a new pickup, you have likely found that your options are endless. Will you drive a full-size or a heavy-duty truck? Do you need a crew cab or a regular cab? Which brand will you ultimately pick from? Unless you're a brand-loyalist, it's difficult to make a decision unless you compare it to your other options. To help you make the difficult decision, we have gathered a few reasons why you may elect to shop from the Ram lineup over the Ford, Toyota and GMC lineup.
Compare the Ram Lineup to the Toyota, Ford and GMC Lineup
Trim Levels and Configurations: When it comes to finding the perfect truck, the Ram lineup boasts at least eight trim options for each of its models. That's more trims than the Ford, Toyota and the GMC lineups offer. With so many options to choose from, you should be able to find a Ram 1500, 2500 or 3500 that complements your budget and personal preferences.
Capability: Whether you're traveling to the worksite or the campsite, hauling and towing is essential for getting the job done. The Ram 1500 base trim, for example, is suited for any job with the ability to tow up to 10,650 pounds. The Ford F-150 base trim, on the other hand, can only tow 7,600 pounds. If you need a pickup truck with exceptional towing capabilities, we recommend taking a closer look at the Ram lineup to see what it can do for you.
Competitive Fuel Economy: When it comes to fuel economy, the Ram lineup surpasses the competition. The Ram 1500, for instance, delivers up to 21 city, 29 highway mpg. The GMC Sierra 1500 only gets up to 18 city, 24 highway mpg; the Ford F-150 only gets 19 city, 26 highway mpg and the Toyota Tundra comes in last with up to 15 city, 19 highway mpg.
Explore the Ram Lineup at Lithia Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Billings
Here at Lithia Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Billings, we're home to a great selection of new Ram models. Browse our selection below, and consider joining us at our 2229 King Avenue West location where we proudly serve drivers from Lockwood, Livingston and Sheridan, WY.