Compare the RAM 1500 to the Ford F150, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and GMC Sierra 1500

We are putting these four best-selling trucks head-to-head to see which one really takes the cake. The newly redesigned RAM 1500 is back and ready to take on the Ford F150, Sierra 1500, and Chevrolet 1500. McKinney Jeep RAM Chrysler Dodge has a huge inventory of new RAM 1500 models in stock and our team is ready to show you how this legendary pickup holds up against the competition.

At McKinney, we want to make sure you have all of the information needed to make the best buying decision. We believe the RAM 1500 is the best option when compared to its challengers. Read more below to see what sets it apart.

RAM 1500 VS. FORD F150

The RAM 1500 offers a variety of cutting-edge features, versatility, and an impressive towing capacity - all for a lower invoice price and MSRP than the F150. In addition, the RAM 1500 comes with a standard 26-gallon fuel tank while the F150 can only hold 23 gallons. Both trucks average about 25 miles per gallon on the highway. The RAM 1500 also has a tighter curb-to-curb turning diameter, offering more agility during driving.

If you are seeking more standard power, the RAM 1500 has the upper hand with a standard 305-horsepower, six-cylinder engine. This beats out the F150's standard 290-horsepower six-cylinder engine. Both models come with available 395-horsepower eight-cylinder engine options as well, however the 1500's engine also produces more torque than the F150. While rear-wheel drive is standard for both models, the RAM has a higher towing capacity of 5,020 pounds. The F150 tops out at a 5,000-pound capacity.


The RAM 1500 is priced much lower than the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, making it a better overall value. In addition, the RAM 1500 is also more fuel-efficient. If you are looking for a truck that will can take on whatever life throws at it, the RAM 1500 is your best option. With a longer overall body length and longer wheelbase, as well as a higher ground clearance that allows you to take over a variety of adverse terrains without damaging your truck's undercarriage, the 1500 can handle just about anything.

Both models are fitted with standard and smooth-shifting automatic transmissions, but the RAM 1500 offers more standard features such as push-button start, a five-inch Uconnect infotainment system display, trailer-sway control, and heated side mirrors.

RAM 1500 VS. GMC SIERRA 1500

While both the RAM 1500 and the GMC Sierra 1500 offer spacious cabins with plenty of room for you, your crew, and your gear, the RAM 1500 offers more miles per gallon and an overall greater height and higher ground clearance. The RAM 1500 also offers more options and features, including a dual-pane moonroof, leather seats, power-folding side mirrors, a 33-gallon fuel tank, upgraded 22-inch wheels, and an upgraded Uconnect infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. With a 305-horsepower six-cylinder engine that puts out 269 pound-feet of torque, the RAM 1500 surpasses the Sierra 1500's 285-horsepower six-cylinder engine.

Safety is vital and the RAM 1500 comes with available features to help keep you protected, such as LED headlights with adaptive front-lighting, adaptive cruise control, a surround-view camera, an electronic parking brake, and hill-descent control.


Visit McKinney Jeep RAM Chrysler Dodge to Test Drive the RAM 1500!

Come see for yourself why the RAM 1500 continues to dominate the competition and take one for a test drive today! Our dealership offers a huge inventory of trim levels as well as superior customer support and service. We are here to help you find the perfect vehicle that meets all of your needs. Contact us today or come by our showroom today to experience the RAM 1500 for yourself! 

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