Compare 2020 RAM 2500 vs. 2020 Ford F-250
2020 RAM 2500
2020 Ford F-250
Serving North Savannah, GA
With impressive tow ratings, plenty of strength, and a quiet, tech-savvy cabin, the 2020 RAM 2500 at Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah is a top pick among trucks. The RAM 2500, which you can find at Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah, comes with some notable updates in 2020 that make it safer and more fuel-conscious. If you choose the crew cab for the RAM, you can now get a larger fuel tank that holds 50 gallons. Some new safety features are also available for the RAM in 2020, including adaptive steering and lane-keep assist. The RAM has several competitors, including the 2020 Ford F-250. When compared to the Ford, the RAM has higher tow and payload ratings. Its interior is more comfortable, and you’ll get an exterior that is both stylish and exceptionally functional. To get behind the wheel of the RAM 2500, contact Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah to arrange an online test drive today.
Performance and Handling
The 2020 RAM 2500 can tow up to 19,040 pounds, which is one of the highest tow ratings in its class. The RAM has a top payload rating of 2,520 pounds, which is an equally respectable figure that puts it ahead of the Ford F-250. The Ford, in comparison, has a maximum payload of 1,050 pounds. The RAM also has a better fuel economy compared to the Ford, with an EPA combined estimate of up to 20 MPG combined with its diesel engine. The Ford’s maximum combined MPG estimate is 18.5. Four-wheel drive is standard with the RAM but only optional with the Ford. The RAM 2500 offers two engines, including a base 6.4L V8 that generates 410 HP and 429 LB-FT in torque and an optional 6.7L V6 diesel that creates 370 HP and 850 LB-FT of torque. You can easily test out one or both engines with a 2020 RAM 2500 online test drive at our dealership.
While the 2020 RAM 2500 at Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah has mighty towing power, its interior is comfortable, quiet, and tech-savvy. The end result is a vehicle that works like a truck but feels more like an SUV on the road. To start with, the base level of the RAM, which is the Tradesman, includes a five-inch touchscreen display with Bluetooth. The base trim also has a USB charging port. The crew cab versions have power-adjustable mirrors that are heated, and it gets power-locking windows as well. The Big Horn adds upgraded cloth upholstery and another USB charge port. The Laramie trim and up get leather seats, a 115V power outlet, dual-zone climate control, heated and ventilated seats, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. The Power Wagon primarily gains off-road components and aesthetics. The Ford has more limited standard features. You won’t get Bluetooth or an infotainment system on the base 250 model, and you’ll only get a USB charging port with the second trim level and higher. Leather seats are not available unless you get the higher-end trims.
Style and Design
When you take the RAM 2500 for an online test drive, you’ll see that its exterior is functional and aesthetically pleasing. The RAM starts off with 17-inch wheels, which are upgraded to 18-inch wheels with the next trim level. The Big Horn trim, which is second in line, also has more chrome exterior accents for an upscale look. Heated mirrors are standard with certain cab configurations. LED lights are included starting with the Laramie trim level. The Power Wagon gets a longer list of performance features, including tow hooks and skid plates. The Power Wagon also gets an electronic disconnect on the front stabilizer bar. If you want special off-road features with the Ford, you’ll have to add them on separately through a package. Heated mirrors, which are standard with the crew cab design on the base trim of the RAM, are not added until the second trim and up with the Ford.
For more information on the 2020 RAM 2500, or to schedule a 2020 RAM 2500 online test drive, contact us today.
*All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.