Check out the 2020 Ford F-150 Limited
Today we’re going to look at the 2020 Ford F-150 Limited and see how it stacks up to its competitor, the 2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited. Both vehicles are quite impressive. However, by breaking down key variables such as performance & capability, the exterior, safety, and key features you can determine which truck best suits your needs.
Performance & Capability
In the F-150 you will find a twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission with 450 horsepower and 510 lb. ft. of torque. You’ll get 13.8 L/100km in the city and 11.2 L/100km on the highway. When it comes to towing capacity the Ford maxes out at 11,100lbs with a 1,520 lb. max payload capacity.
In the RAM 1500, you will find a 5.7L VVT V8 Hemi with eTorque delivering 395 horsepower and 410 lb. ft. of torque. The RAM is naturally aspirated vs. turbocharged. With the RAM 1500, you’ll get 13.8L/100km in the city. In terms of towing capability, the Ram can tow up to 12,750 lb. with a max payload of 2,300 lb.
The RAM 1500 Limited has better fuel economy while the F-150 Limited delivers more in terms of engine capabilities and power. If one of your main priorities in a new truck is to maximize power, then the F-150 is definitely the sure choice here.
Stepping into the RAM 1500 you’ll find leather seats and real wood accents. The noise dampening cabin promises to ensure that your commute is quiet while the dual-pane sunroof allows you to soak up every ounce of daylight during your commute. Lastly, the reclining rear seats ensure that your passengers are always comfortable.
Stepping into the F150 you’ll find a B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen delivering you with an elevated music listening experience. You’ll also find a Moonroof-Power Twin Panel Moonroof for panoramic views day or night, and a 360 Degree Camera with Split-View Display equipped with four cameras to ensure that no angle is overlooked.
In terms of technology, both are equipped with a solid stereo system exclusive to their respective brands. In addition, the RAM has its Uconnect technology while Ford has its SYNC and FordPass Connect technology which includes a Wi-Fi Hotspot for long road trips and convenience. Both have Bluetooth and Sirius XM.
The Ram’s safety features include blind-spot monitoring, forward collision warning, 360-degree surround view, and adaptive cruise control. Rounding out a pretty desirable safety package, on par with the rest of the market.
The safety that is present in Ford vehicles is seriously top-notch. With a 360-degree camera with a split-view display, pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping system, and adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go technology peace of mind is Ford’s top priority. Check out the Ford Co-Pilot 360 or Ford Co-Pilot Assist packages to experience peak safety.
In terms of pricing, the F150 Limited starts at $81,329 while the Ram 1500 Limited starts at $64,445. This price will vary determining on the level of customization in terms of additional packages, as well as interior and exterior add ons.
Now that you know how they compare to each other you’re equipped with all the knowledge to make an informed decision about which truck best suits your needs. When all is said and done both trucks are seriously impressive, but the Ford F-150 definitely wins out on power as well as safety. Now that you know the difference between each vehicle and how it performs, you’re ready to get behind one today.
For any more questions about which Ford truck is right for you, visit Capital Ford Regina on 1201 Pasqua Street North or call us at 1-877-419-9009.