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With so many powerful trucks on the roads like the 2021 Ram 1500 and the 2021 Chevy Silverado, how do you know which outweighs the other? For all the travels you make through Saline, Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, you need a quick way to find out.
Let LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) of Saline show you which stands out in the following comparison.
Excellent mileage comes with the Ram 1500 when it achieves an EPA-estimated 20 city/25 highway MPG. You won’t be interrupted while towing with a stop at the gas pump. In the Chevy Silverado, it achieves an EPA-estimated 16 city/21 highway MPG, which means you may be making a stop before the Ram does.
Each pickup comes with towing capabilities as you may suspect, and even offer comparable tire-pressure monitoring systems like the Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring System, and auxiliary cameras, such as the available Trailer Camera Wiring in the 1500. Except, the Silverado does not provide a trailer-light-check feature like the Ram’s optional Trailer Light Check.
If you bring passengers or co-workers along for a ride in either truck, you have the room in your pickup to do so. The rear legroom stretches out to 45.2 inches in the Ram while the Chevy reaches only 43.4 inches in back. Plus, there’s a difference between the front hip room as well, with the 1500 extending 63.4 inches while the Silverado gives you 60.9 inches.
For extra storage, add the available RamBox® Cargo Management System, two extensive side pockets on either side of the truck bed. These areas lock and store dry or wet gear and can be drained if they accumulate too much liquid.
Even without your glasses (if you wear them), you’ll be able to see the available Uconnect® 12.0 with Navigation touchscreen in your Ram. The Chevy provides you with an 8-inch touchscreen that displays the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Premium System with Navigation.
It feels like a party every workday and every weeknight on board the 1500, with the upgraded 19-speaker Harman Kardon® Premium Audio System pumping out the tunes. While you do get a high-quality Bose® Premium Sound System in the Silverado, it is optional and only gives you seven speakers to furnish your truck.
Both trucks sport a lot of safety features, so you’ve got armor to protect you and your passengers. A few differences appear when it comes to availability of features and exclusive systems. Full-Speed Forward-Collision Warning Plus comes standard in the Ram 1500, but the Silverado provides Forward Collision Alert as optional.
Extra guidance when attempting a challenging parking space can be found in the Ram, with its available Parallel and Perpendicular Park Assist. Unfortunately, this system does not exist in the Chevy Silverado.
Do any specific features between the 2021 Ram 1500 and the 2021 Chevy Silverado stand out? We hope this comparison, designed for Saline, Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor area truck shoppers, answered some of your questions.
To learn more about the Ram, though, you can experience it for yourself with a test drive at LaFontaine CDJR of Saline.