2021 Ram 1500 vs. 2021 Ford F-150 For Sale In Ajax, ON
Compare the Ram 1500 and Ford F-150
If you are on the lookout for a new truck, visit Village Chrysler in Ajax, Ontario. We are the preferred dealer in Ajax, and we can help those in Pickering, Whitby, Oshawa and other nearby areas. With an extensive inventory of the newest Chrysler vehicles, you are sure to find an excellent truck for your needs. Completing our online finance application is a great way to start the buying process. This combined 2021 Ram 1500 review and 2021 Ford F-150 review gives you the information you need to make an informed decision.
Comparison of Key Safety and Interior Features
In the past, a light-duty truck was a simple machine used for practical purposes. However, modern truck users demand a range of features to make their vehicles as comfortable and user-friendly as possible. To start, let's examine technology. All Ram models come standard with remote keyless entry and push-button start. This feature is not available on the base-level F-150 XL and is not standard until you reach the level of the F-150 Lariat. All Ram models come standard with Bluetooth connectivity, hands-free calling and a Uconnect multimedia center with touchscreen and six speakers. The F-150 has a Sync 4 Bluetooth-enabled system with enhanced voice recognition.
Both brands offer cloth and vinyl seating at the base level, with more luxurious materials such as leather at higher price points. The F-150 has optional or standard dual-zone temperature control for increased comfort on all models. Standard air conditioning is the only option for the Ram 1500 until the Laramie trim.
Standard safety features like airbags in crucial locations (driver and passenger, side curtain) and four-wheel anti-lock brakes are in both the F-150 and Ram 1500. The F-150 has an AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control system. The Ram 1500 has Electronic Stability Control with Ready Alert braking, Rain Brake Support, Hill Start Assist, Traction Control, Electronic Roll Mitigation and Trailer Sway Control. Both brands offer back-up cameras as standard features. Overall, the 2021 Ram 1500 is a top safety pick with excellent scores in several key areas.
Cargo Space and Powertrain Comparison
The Ram has a slightly larger pickup bed than the F-150. Its bed is 1.52 cubic meters compared to 1.50 cubic meters for the F-150. However, the F-150 does have better towing and payload capabilities. It can tow 6350.2 kg with the optimal trim package and has a maximum payload of 1508.2 kg. The Ford F-150 compared to the Ram's maximum towing and payload capacities of 5783.3 kg and 1043.3 kg, respectively. Both the Ram 1500 and F-150 have very similar car size. The measurements of their cabs are within a few centimetres of each other in nearly all dimensions.
Engine and Fuel Economy Comparison
The base engine for the F-150 is its 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 engine, which produces 290 horsepower and 36.6 kg-m of torque. The most potent F-150 engine is its 3.5L EcoBoost V6 Engine, which has 430 horsepower and 78.8 kg-m of torque. This engine is a true hybrid engine. The base engine for the Ram is a 3.0-litre V-6. This engine has 260 horsepower and 66.4 kg-m of torque. Its most powerful engine is the Hellcat 6.2L Supercharged HEMI V8 with 702 horsepower and 89.9 kg-m of torque. The Ram also has an option for a partial-hybrid with its 3.0L EcoDiesel V6.
As far as fuel economy is concerned, the Ram's best beats the most fuel-efficient F-150. The best mileage the F-150 gets is 9.4 L/100km on the highway and 9.0 L/100km in the city. The Ram gets worse mileage in the city at 10.7 L/100km but is dramatically better on the road getting up to 7.4 L/100km.
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Here at Village Chrysler, we would love to help you choose your next pickup truck. Contact us for more information about the Ram 1500. Come in today or shop online for our new and used inventory. Our Financing Center can help you purchase in ways that are suitable for your budget. You can contact one of our associates to schedule a test drive.