The new Ram 1500 gets you where you want to go, pulls what you need to pull, all while riding in style. Those looking for a light-duty truck need look no further. The All-New 2019 Ram 1500 offers sixteen new wheel designs in sizes ranging from 18 inches to an impressive 22 inches in diameter. Below is how it compares to the competition. 

Ram 1500  vs. Ford F-150 XL

The new Ram 1500 has a bigger engine, a bigger gas tank, more torque and more horsepower than the rival Ford F-150 XL. The Ram comes with a 3.6 L compared to the F-150's 3.5 L, a 26 gallon tank while the F-150 has a 23 gallon tank, 305 Horsepower at 6,400 RPM compared to the F-150's 282 Horsepower at 6,250 RPM. The new Ram 1500 also has more hip room than the Ford F-150 at 62.9 inches compared to 62.5 inches.

Ram 1500  vs. Toyota Tundra SR

The new Ram 1500 gets better gas mileage at 18 in the city and 25 on the highway compared to 13 in the city and 18 on the highway for the Tundra, it also has more front head room with 39.9 inches for the Ram and 39.7 inches for the Tundra, and more front hip room with 62.9 inches in the Ram compared to 62 inches for the Tundra. This extra space and better fuel efficiency will help you drive farther for less and keep you comfortable while you do. 

Ram 1500 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 LT

The new Ram 1500 gets better gas mileage on the highway than the Silverado, 25 for the Ram compared to 24 for the Silverado, has considerably more front hip room, 62.9 inches for the Ram and 60.7 for the Silverado, more height, 74.6 inches for the Ram and 74 for the Silverado, and it's also long than the Silverado, 209 inches compared to 205.6 inches. All of that extra room comes with more Horsepower too, as the Ram has 305 Horsepower at 6,400 RPM compared to 285 Horsepower at 5,300 RPM for the Silverado. 

Get More Information

By submitting your contact information, you consent to be contacted by telephone about purchasing a vehicle or obtaining vehicle financing. Clicking on the Submit button above is your electronic signature.