Compare Ram To Range Rover
Top 5 Reasons Why
RAM Is Better Than Range Rover
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS
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We’re obviously biased when it comes to RAM, so we’ll let the experts talk for us. The Green Car Journal named the 2020 RAM 1500 Green Truck of the Year. Additionally, the 2020 and 2019 editions of the RAM 1500 were named Motor Trend Truck of the Year. Lastly, in 2019, the RAM 1500 won 5 awards from J.D. Power. At Central Florida Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, we’d love to see the Range Rover make a similar claim. Visit us at 8675 Commodity Circle in Orlando to test-drive any of our RAM vehicles. Then, drive home in yours because when it comes to choosing between RAM and Range Rover, it’s no contest as to which is the better choice.
We’re not going to lie, we think the Range Rover is a nice vehicle. It’s just that when compared to RAM, all it can do is eat our dust. You can’t help your pal move with a Range Rover, nor can you load it with more than a ton and haul more than 6 tons at the same time – which the RAM 1500 can do, easily! Furthermore, RAM has 3 models of commercial vehicles, which when added to our regular lineup, gives you more choices – both personal and professional – than Range Rover.
Noted car experts Car And Driver said of the RAM 1500, “we remain convinced that this is the ultimate truck for a world where pickups are used as commuters and family haulers.”
Let’s take a look at the 2020 RAM 2500. This amazing truck offers available 100% leather seating and accents made from real wood and aluminum. Plus, contrary to Range Rover, the RAM 2500 offers the Power Wagon ® . Show your wild side with this trim-specific black and liquid graphite interior for a brawny and rugged look and feel. You also get a Largest-In-Class* 12-inch touchscreen, a reconfigurable center console storage and the highest number of speakers available in its class*. The Range Rover’s screen maxes out at 10 inches, its console comes in one size only and it offers 13 speakers to the RAM’s 17.
Furthermore, the 2020 RAM 2500 offers an Active Noise Cancellation system. Add to that class-exclusive* reclining rear seats, and you can clearly see why RAM is a better choice than Range Rover.
All automobile manufacturers take pains in making their vehicles safe. Most vehicles these days offer about the same features. However, RAM offers many features that are standard but are extra in the competition. RAM vehicles are designed to help the driver and passengers stay safe and secure. Some of the safety features RAM offers are: headlamps that turn up to 15 degrees to help with nighttime visibility with Adaptive Forward Lighting System, Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking, Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop, Blind Spot Monitoring and Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist thanks to Lanesense ®.
The RAM lineup is more varied than Ranger Rover’s. RAM offers 8 models, including a concept vehicle, plus 6 special editions. Range Rover offers 7 models with no special configurations. Additionally, Range Rover doesn’t offer any kind of truck, nor does it offer any commercial vehicles like RAM does. As you can see, RAM helps you in your daily commute, your weekend driving, when doing rough and tough activities and it helps you keep your business moving forward. Just take a look at the RAM Chassis Cab, the RAM ProMaster ® and the RAM ProMaster City ® . And if you want your jaw to drop in awe, check out the RAM 1500 Rebel ® TRX – a force not to be messed with.
We saved the best reason for last. And we’re going to give you 55,000 reasons why RAM is your best choice. You can buy a RAM 3500 starting at $35,090, while a Range Rover will set you back $90,900. For that same amount of money, you can buy a RAM 3500, a RAM 1500 Classic and a RAM ProMaster City ® and have $3,000 left over for accessories.
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*According to published FCA reports based on 250/2500 pickups.