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When it comes to finding a versatile truck to take on Chatham-area roads, RAM has made a name for itself with impressive performance and powerful towing capabilities. In your search for the truck that matches your style, you might be comparing the 2021 RAM 1500 vs. Jeep Gladiator. In this truck comparison, follow along with Green Dodge to see how they match up when it comes to pricing, tough performance, and the range of intuitive features. Find the right truck that matches your driving experience.
Maximum Towing Capacity
A lot of different factors go into finding the right truck, top among them being that it needs to fit your budget. While the both models feature similar pricing, the RAM 1500 is going to be the more affordable option with their entry level Tradesman compared to the Gladiator Sport.
From gearing up for an off-road adventure around Rochester to simply getting through the work week, you need performance that can match you at any level you need. Not only does the RAM offer a variety of bed and cab options across their lineup, they also feature five engine options so you can find the right amount of performance you need. In this truck comparison, both models feature similar performance with their standard engine, but the RAM goes a step further by offering more horsepower and torque with each engine option. Let’s compare the performance specs of the RAM 1500 vs. Jeep Gladiator:
Standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine
Available 3.0L EcoDiesel V6 engine
Standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 with eTorque
Available 3.0L EcoDiesel V6 Engine
Available 5.7L HEMI® V8
Available 5.7L HEMI® V8 with eTorque
Available Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® V8
Another important step in your truck comparison has to be a look at the comfort and convenience you can expect on Decatur-area roads. Comparing the 1500 vs Gladiator, they both allow you to stay connected with smartphone integration, find comfort with heated and ventilated seats, and have convenient cargo compartments, but they start to differ at the finer details. They both feature a responsive touchscreen with Uconnect® systems, but the RAM features a 8.4-inch or optional 12.0-inch touchscreen to the Gladiator models 7-inch or 8-inch touchscreen. Other features found in the RAM 1500 that are sure to enhance you’re drives include:
Both trucks are strong contenders for your next truck, but we believe the 2021 RAM 1500 offers well balanced attributes and customization options ready to fit your driving needs. See how the RAM performs by contacting us at Green Dodge to schedule a test drive. Discover what else is featured on the RAM 1500 trim levels, and compare the 4×4 capability of the 1500 to the Ford F-150.
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