The RAM 1500 is a pickup truck that has always stood ahead of the rest in style, aggressive capability, and impressive design. The 2016 RAM 1500 is no exception to the years of excellence that the RAM brand has provided. In this comparison, we will cover the performance features and interior convenience technology that you will find inside both the 2016 RAM 1500 and 2016 Chevy Silverado. Whether you are in the market for a new pickup, or you simple want to explore the recent changes and new technologies in these trucks, we hope to shine a light on how to get the best value. We want to help you choose the right pickup for your driving needs and your budget. If you are interested in test driving the 2016 RAM 1500 at Palmen Dodge Chryser Jeep of Racine, make sure to contact our experienced sales team, or schedule an appointment online. Our skilled staff are here to answer any questions you have about the 2016 RAM 1500 or any other vehicles we have in our inventory. Take a moment to check out the free financing tools that we have available. From our website, you can apply to get pre-approved for a car loan, or even receive an estimate on the value of a potential trade-in vehicle. We want to make the car shopping process as easy as possible!
Comparing the 2016 RAM 1500 and 2016 Chevy Silverado comes down to differences in power. The smaller 3.6-liter V6 engine under the hood of the RAM offers up to 305 horsepower, making it more powerful than the 4.3-liter V6 engine on the Chevy. Putting down 285 horsepower, the Chevy's larger engine also performs with slightly less efficiency on the highway than the RAM 1500. The exterior of the 2016 RAM 1500 is taller and has fewer horizontal lines than the 2016 Silverado, but the additional chrome detailing on the Chevy may appeal to some drivers. Looking to the interior, both the Chevy and the RAM pickup offer interior technology and exciting features that add to your driving convenience and enjoyment. Tough vinyl seating inside the RAM when compared to the cloth seating in the Chevy means the RAM is harder to ruin or stain and much easier to clean. Both trucks feature standard seating for up to 3 passengers, but offer a crew-cab for additional seating in the rear. Both trucks come with a standard first-row LCD screen, but the RAM's 6-speaker audio system is more immersive than the 4-speaker system in the Silverado. The RAM's LCD screen works with a standard ParkSense rear parking monitor that offers additional confidence when parking or driving in reverse.