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When comparing the 2019 RAM 1500 vs. 2018 RAM 2500, the first thing that you should note is that the 1500 is a full-size or light-duty pickup. The 2500, on the other hand, is a heavy-duty or HD pickup truck. In most cases, the kind of work you want to do with your truck will be the primary determinant when you’re deciding whether the 1500 or 2500 is right for you. Here’s how they measure up in terms of their towing and payload capacities:
Drivers in the Pekin and Washington areas would also do well to consider other factors, like engine options, starting price and seating capacity, when they’re making a final decision. Read on to explore the most important differences with Sam Leman Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT Morton with Sam Leman Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT Morton!
Drivers who choose the durable 2019 RAM 1500 will be able to choose between two different powerful engines, while those who opt for the high-strength 2500 will have three possibilities to consider. Rear-wheel drive is standard on both models, and each offers an available four-wheel drive system in its upper trims. Compare their horsepower and torque specifications to identify your ideal configuration:
Our showroom is located just a short drive from East Peoria and Eureka, and if you’re ready to find the pickup truck that’s right for you, you’ll definitely want to get a hands-on feel for one or both RAM trucks! Reach out today to schedule a test drive in any of the all-new RAM 1500 models or new RAM 2500 models on our lot. We’ll even help you explore your RAM 2500 and 1500 lease options or financing options when you’re ready to get to work, or compare RAM 1500 to Chevy Silverado.
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