If you are looking for a new truck that does it all, the odds are good that a Ram is right for you. The only question is, which one? Both the Ram 1500 and the Ram 2500 have a lot to offer drivers in Snowflake. In order to help you pick the better one for your needs, the team here at Arizona Motors Snowflake wants you to know how these two great options differ from each other.

Both trucks are undoubtedly powerful. The Ram 1500 has three different options to choose from. The 5.7-Liter V8 Hemi will get you 395-horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque. The Ram 1500 also has a diesel option, which produces 280-horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque.

On the other hand, if you need even more raw power, the Ram 2500 may be better. This truck has two engine options and a maximum horsepower of 410. That gasoline engine also makes 429 pound-feet of torque. For a truly impressive amount of torque, consider the Ram 2500's diesel options, which manages 810 pound-feet.

When properly equipped, the Ram 1500 can tow up to 12,750 pounds and has a maximum payload capacity of 2,300 pounds. If this sounds like more than enough for your needs, the versatile Ram 1500 may be right for you. Those who need more should know that the Ram 2500 has a maximum towing capacity of a whopping 19,780 pounds when equipped properly. Its maximum payload is 4,050 pounds.

Both trucks offer high-tech features for keeping you entertained, comfortable, and safe. They both have a park assist driver aid on select models, for example. At the same time, those interested in the popular RamBox cargo system should know that it is only available on the Ram 1500 currently.

Drivers from all over Arizona should be aware that the starting price of the Ram 2500 is a little higher than that of the Ram 1500. Both trucks are filled with features that make them a great value. Our team can help you decide how to get the truck that has everything you need without overpaying.

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