Ram 1500 vs F-150: Extreme Power
One of the most important aspects of a truck is its performance capabilities. Drivers looking to take on fierce tasks and towing jobs need a truck that can pull it off with ease. If you’re looking to take your truck off road, you’ll need even more capability. Fortunately, that power is readily available to you for your next job.
Both trucks have a variety of engine types to live up to your expectations, as any pickup should. The Ford F-150, when properly equipped, features a 3.5L V6 engine capable of 400 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque. This power is certainly impressive.
However, the Ram 1500 has an available 6.2L V8 engine for those in need of intense power. This engine makes the Ram 1500 a dominating presence by putting out 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque. Additionally, when properly equipped, the Ram 1500 can tow up to 12,750 pounds of trailer weight. This pickup is imposing on the road while also conquering rough terrain thanks to its powerful engineering.
The Ram 1500 features an available exclusive suspension system called Active-Level™ Four Corner Air Suspension. When you accelerate to highway speeds, this suspension system will lower your Ram truck to reduce drag, making it more aerodynamic.
The Active-Level™ Four Corner Air Suspension can also improve entering parking garages, entering the cabin, loading the truck bed, and hitching a trailer. This is a class-exclusive feature, meaning you’ll only find this dynamic suspension system in the Ram 1500 and making it a great choice for drivers in need of versatility.