The 2019 Ford F-150 vs. Ram 1500 in Corvallis OR

Compare the Ford F-150 to the RAM Competition in Corvallis

When you're looking for a truck that can tow, haul and perform, you'll have many options that will get the job done. But, picking out a truck near Eugene shouldn't just be based on raw performance and at Wilson Motors, we know that drivers want more from their driving experience. When you elect to take the Ford F-150 out for a test drive at Wilson Motors around the Lebanon area, you'll get to know a truck that provides all you need and more!

A Ford truck has a lot of competition in the full-size light-duty pickup truck category, namely the RAM 1500. Drivers around Albany might be considering what a RAM truck is capable of and how it stacks up against the Ford F-150. But, before you jump into the driver's seat of a RAM 1500, check out what the Ford F-150 is capable of. It will demonstrate an attention to detail you don't find in other trucks of a similar size. We can't wait to show you what the Ford F-150 can do on the open road!

Ford F-150 vs. RAM 1500

  • Engine Capabilities: The RAM model offers a base V6 option and includes availability for two variations of a V8 HEMI but drivers who decide that the Ford F-150 will have numerous options to select when it comes to their powertrain. Ford provides access to six different engine packages including the muscular 3.0-liter Power Stroke® V6 and the durable 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V6 as well as a 5.0-liter V8 engine choice.
  • Tough Foundation: Both models incorporate the addition of aluminum-alloy frames which creates extremely tough and durable while alleviating the weight and increasing the towing and hauling capabilities. The RAM 1500 still uses a portion of steel for its frame, while the Ford F-150 has forgone much of that in favor of aluminum.
  • Hauling Ability: The Ford truck leaves its competition in the dust when it comes to towing capacity. The F-150 achieves up to 13,200 pounds of maximum weight, compared to the 12,750 pounds that the RAM 1500 can manage.
  • Fuel Conservation: A higher fuel economy is not something you would expect to achieve when you purchase a truck but you don't have to worry with the Ford F-150. The RAM 1500 will only net you approximately 15 miles per gallon in the city and 22 miles per gallon on the highway while the Ford F-150 garnishes 20 miles per gallon in the city and 25 miles per gallon on the highway. Depending on your engine choice, you can increase those numbers to even higher efficiencies.
  • Keep Safe with Available Safety Equipment: Safety is important no matter which truck or vehicle you choose to go with. The Ford model allows you access to standard equipment like a Rear-View Camera with Dynamic and optional access to the Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert, which the RAM truck does not offer. Ford goes above and beyond what other trucks can offer to keep their passengers safe.
  • Choosing the Right Trim: When it comes time to select the features and luxuries that you prefer, the Ford F-150 offers seven distinct trim levels, one more than you can find in the RAM lineup. With choices between the F-150 XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch®, Platinum, Limited and Raptor, you'll be able to find a model that suits your driving needs.


Discover the Ford F-150 at Wilson Motors in Corvallis OR

You shouldn't have to settle for a truck that is one-dimensional. A truck like the Ford F-150 is designed with your interests and comforts in mind and is built to take on any challenge. Come swing by our dealership near Salem and we'll show off the Ford F-150 with a test drive today!


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