Ram vs Chevrolet | Fort Wayne, IN
If you are shopping for a strong, versatile vehicle, both Ram and Chevrolet has some excellent options. While Chevrolet may be the more popular brand, Ram trucks have been stepping up the competition with impressive power and capabilities. No matter which Ram or Chevrolet model you drive home, it will keep impressive you day after day.
RAM Trucks Lineup
You might remember when Ram trucks were produced under the Dodge name. However, in order to help each brand focus better on their skills, Dodge and Ram officially separated in 2009. Today, Ram trucks are strong, capable, and well-equipped.
The Ram model lineup includes the Ram 1500, Ram 2500, Ram 3500, and Ram Chassis Cab pickups. The brand also offers the Ram Promaster® City and Ram Promaster® work and passenger vans.
While Chevrolet also sells pickup trucks and work vans, it also has a more extensive lineup. Its lineup includes cars, performance models, crossovers and SUVs, electric models, and trucks. The Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Malibu and Impala are the current car offerings. Chevrolet produces both the Volt and Bolt EV electric cars. If you crave high-speed thrills, choose between the Camaro or the Corvette.
Chevrolet has been expanding its crossover and SUV lineup recently and currently offers the Trax, Equinox, Blazer, Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban. In the truck segment, Chevrolet produces the capable Colorado, Silverado 1500, and Silverado HD. Commercial shoppers can also purchase a variety of Silverado chassis cab and other variations along with Express cargo and passenger vans.
As is evident from the lineup, the Ram brand is solely focused on work with its truck and van models, while Chevrolet has a much more versatile lineup. In 2019, both the Ram 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado 1500 got completely redesigned. In the Ram truck, it introduced an innovative eTorque mild hybrid system. In the Silverado, buyers can choose from among six powertrain options.
To learn more about either brand, contact the Tom Kelley family of dealerships.