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From hauling lumber to carrying heavy machinery, your worksite has a lot of demands, and you need the right truck by your side. The Ram 1500 and Chevy Silverado are two models at the top of the pack, but which one should you choose?
|Ram 1500||Chevy Silverado|
|Maximum Diesel Towing Capacity (when properly equipped)||12,750 pounds||9,500 pounds|
|Trailer Reverse Steering Control||Available||Not Available|
|Multifunction Tailgate||Available||Not Available|
|Air Suspension System||Available||Not Available|
When it comes to powering around your worksite, the Ram 1500 surpasses the Silverado in terms of horsepower and diesel muscle brawn. To make all your hauls simpler, the Ram 1500 is also available with Trailer Reverse Steering Control and an Air Suspension System. In comparison, neither of these features is found on the Silverado, so hitching up and parking may be more complicated.
Ready to tackle that big work project? Visit your local Ram dealer to see the Ram 1500 in person and to learn more about its hardworking attitude!
*2021: Ram 1500 TRX, 2020: Ram Heavy Duty, 2019: Ram 1500
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