Maximum Towing Capacity
Maximum Payload Capacity
Maximum Cargo Capacity
Uncompromising towing and payload power are a necessity whether you’re moving equipment from one job to another or carrying an ATV for a weekend of off-road adventures. The RAM 1500 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 prove that they’re both up to the task, but when push comes to shove, it’s easy to see which light-duty pickup truck offers greater capabilities:
2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2020 RAM 1500
It’s not likely that you’ll need to hitch up a trailer every time you’re meeting up with friends in Johns Creek. On those days where you want nothing more than to toss your gear in the rear seat and have enough space left over for your furry friend to ride along in the passenger seat, the Silverado 1500 provides more space for the trip. Take a look:
When you compare the standard features of the Chevy Silverado vs. RAM 1500, you’ll find that they’re equally well-equipped to keep you connected on-the-go. Both pickups offer Chevy Infotainment 3 and Uconnect® 3 infotainment, respectively, plus color touchscreen displays, standard Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™ integration, and Bluetooth® wireless phone connection.
Being that the RAM 1500 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 are on such equal grounds in terms of standard features, your final decision may need to come down to your expectations for towing and payload power and cargo room.
So, after comparing the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 vs. RAM 1500 in-depth, which pickup are you leaning towards? For a Silverado 1500 test drive in Duluth, contact the team at Rick Hendrick Chevrolet Duluth! While you’re here, we’d be happy to tell you more about the Silverado 1500 configurations and help you compare it to the Ford F-150 – another top competitor.