Ram 1500 vs Ford F-150
F-150 vs Ram 1500: Which Truck Has Stronger Performance?
Performance is always going to be the backbone of a successful and appealing truck, like the Ram 1500 or the Ford F-150. Because your lifestyle is unique from many others, both trucks give you the chance to personalize performance by choosing from a wide range of engine options.
Ford offers six motors to choose from. If you go right to the strongest offering, you’ll enjoy a 3.5L high-output V6 that generates 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. For Ram, the 1500 offers five engines, three of which are V8 motors. The strongest powerplant you can choose easily surpasses that of the F-150. The V8 supercharged HEMI® checks in at 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque.
Luxurious Interior Accommodations
Just because you’re spending long days on a construction site or are constantly using your truck to complete around-the-house renovations doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a cozy, upscale cabin. Thanks to a range of trim levels, the Ram 1500 and the Ford F-150 each offer cabins with technology, luxurious materials along the door trimmings and seats, and much more.
For the Ram 1500, all the attention centers around the available 12-inch touchscreen, which comes with a Uconnect® interface. Ford has a similar interface for the F-150 called SYNC® 3. However, Ford doesn’t have a touchscreen as large and responsive as the 12-inch unit for the Ram 1500.
Touchscreens are of increasing importance each model year because they serve as your hub for almost all activities. If you use the integration systems in either the F-150 or Ram 1500 to pair your smartphone with the truck, it’s going to be the touchscreen you turn to for navigational instructions, access to podcasts and playlists, text messages, phone calls, and more.
Ram 1500 Is Stronger & More Luxurious Than the Ford F-150
When you look at the performance options of the Ram 1500 or the available in-cabin features, you can see the truck starting to pull away from competitors like the Ford F-150.
That combination of performance and interior amenities will serve you well around Worcester, Auburn, and Shrewsbury.
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