I have a dilemma. I am looking at two specific trucks and I cannot decide on one.
The first is a 2016 Ram SLT 2500 5.7 HEMI and the second is a 2015 Chevy Silverado LT 2500 6.0. Both have 3.73 rears and I know the capabilities of
the engine/towing. Both suite my needs towing wise. heres the vins in case anyone wants to check them out.. 3C6TR5DT4GG140652 , 1GC1KVEGXFF573589
The Chevy is $1600 more. I would like to know some facts about what makes one better then the other. I cant really find anything good on the web that compares these two models. I dont know alot about the differences in things like suspension, braking, between these models so I would love to know a bit more about that.
I have test drove both and so and some observations I have noted... The RAM has some cheap cosmetics and seats compared to the Chevy. They put chrome plastic over the steel rims which is just cheesy to me and just started me off with a bad impression. I can get over that though
The RAM got about 2MPG better gas mileage during my test drives. They both drove fantastically and I would not be able to pick one based off that. The chevy is a bit easier to get in and out of. Other then that.. They both fit my needs. I would love to hear from you all especially if you are familiar with these specific models.
Ram - http://chevroletforum.com/forum/vind...TR5DT4GG140652
Chevy - http://chevroletforum.com/forum/vind...PKSE72CF158349