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If you’re hunting for a heavy-duty truck that’s up to the challenge of your Carrollton job sites, you’ll already know that both the 2019 RAM 2500 and the 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500HD have ranked among the best for decades. Making the call about which one is the best fit for you can be difficult. That’s why the team at Scott Evans Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram have made this head-to-head comparison to make the task a little easier! Read on for RAM 2500 vs. Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD details.
Because both of these trucks are monsters when it comes to trailering, one of the first things you look at will be their towing capacity. The 2019 RAM 2500 towing capacity clearly outshines the 2020 Silverado. Even though the Silverado also offers impressive towing power, it’s the RAM that’s best prepared to haul materials from Douglas County to Villa Rica job sites with ease.
If you compare the base models of RAM 2500 vs. Chevrolet Silverado 2500, the RAM HEMI® engine pushes more power, due to an upgraded and efficient HEMI® engine:
For the utmost in towing capability, it’s time to consider the RAM 2500 vs. Chevy 2500 diesel engines:
When comparing the Chevy 2500 vs. RAM 2500 diesel, you may note that the Silverado edges out the RAM 2500 on power. However, the Silverado 2500 just doesn’t offer the diesel towing prowess of the RAM 2500.
Stop by our showroom near Coweta County to find a heavy-duty work truck that you can rely on to take care of your toughest Villa Rica jobs. Contact us to schedule a test drive in a 2019 RAM 2500 truck when you’re ready to get behind the wheel! Before you stop by, be sure to browse our new RAM special lease offers and incentives.