Are you shopping around for a heavy-duty pickup truck that has the capabilities and features to meet the needs of your demanding jobs? You should check out the 2020 Ram 3500, with its powerful engine options, the ability to haul a heavy load, off-road capabilities, state-of-the technologies, and a tough and durable body structure. In this 2020 Ram 3500 vs 2020 GMC Sierra 3500HD comparison, we show how the Ram 3500 favorably stacks up against the heavy-duty pickup truck competition.
The Ram 3500 boasts an impressive output with its powerful engine options. It tops the Sierra 3500HD for gas engine horsepower (410-hp vs 401-hp). The Ram 3500 also tops the Sierra 3500HD for diesel engine torque output (1,000 lb-ft vs 910 lb-ft). Given its large size, the Ram 3500 is surprisingly maneuverable. Depending on the model, the Ram 3500 has a turning radius as low as 20.75 feet, compared to 23.45 feet for the Sierra 3500HD.
2020 Ram 3500
2020 GMC Sierra 3500HD
|410-hp||Gas Engine Horsepower||401-hp|
|1,000 lb-ft||Diesel Engine Torque||910 lb-ft|
|Available||Auto-Level Rear Air Suspension||No|
|7,680 pounds||Maximum Payload Capacity||7,442 pounds|
The available Auto-Level Rear Air Suspension for the Ram 3500 has multiple benefits, including providing a smooth ride and the ability to adapt to changing road conditions and shifting loads. The Sierra 3500HD has a less advanced leaf spring set-up for the rear suspension.
Do you need a pickup truck that can haul a heavy payload? The Ram 3500 has a maximum payload capacity of 7,680 pounds, compared to 7,442 pounds for the Sierra 3500HD. Also, the Ram 3500 offers the available RamBox® Cargo Management System, with drainable and lockable storable bins, a 115-volt power outlet, LED lighting, and remote access. The Sierra 3500HD doesn’t offer a similar feature.
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