2015 Ram 1500 vs. 2015 Toyota Tundra in Kerrville

Crenwelge Motors is back with another 2015 Ram 1500 comparison to help you better understand how the top pickup trucks on the market compare. In this post, we'll be exploring the differences between the new Ram 1500 and the 2015 Toyota Tundra in terms of their advantages. Here's what we think you should know:

2015 Ram 1500: Noteworthy Advantages

- Available full-time four wheel drive

- More protection in NHTSA side impact and front crash measures

- Better fuel mileage than the Tundra (up to 28 mpg on the highway vs. the Tundra's 19 mpg on the highway) in the EPA test cycle

- An available engine control system for V8 models to help the vehicle improve its efficiency

- A 32-gallon fuel tank vs. the Tundra's 26.4-gallon tank

- Standard eight-speed automatic transmission vs. the Tundra's standard six-speed automatic transmission

- Shorter stopping from 60 and 70 mph, according to Motor Trend and Consumer Reports

- Wheel options that go up to 22 inches vs. the Tundra's largest 20-inch wheels

- Front and rear stabilizer bars, power steering, drift compensation steering, and automatic load leveling suspension, which all improve ride and handling

- A tighter turning circle than the Tundra

- A standard maintenance reminder system

- Lower insurance costs than the Tundra, according to The Complete Car Cost Guide

2015 Toyota Tundra: Noteworthy Advantages

- A longer wheelbase than the Ram 1500, which may have a positive effect on handling

- Available dual-element sun visors

- Standard Bluetooth connectivity (available but not standard for the Ram 1500)

Think the new Ram 1500 is a solid choice for your needs? Check out the 1500 models at Crenwelge Motors

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