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Updated by Fusion 360 on Dec 17, 2014
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Ford F150 v. Dodge Ram

The all-new 2015 Ford F150 has taken the world by storm. Other trucks on the market don’t have anything on America’s best-selling truck. The Dodge Ram has tried to compete with the truck for years now and once again falls short.

Aluminum Body

The 2015 Ford F150 has body made from high-strength, military grade aluminum-alloy. The use of the aluminum over steel reduces weight and improves overall fuel-efficiency. The Dodge Ram can’t compare with the fuel-efficiency of the F150, getting only 17 miles per gallon.

Better Towing

Customers from Utah to New York who purchase the new F150 get the best-in-class towing capability on the market. The truck can tow 12,200 pounds of cargo, more than the 10,650 pounds of the Dodge Ram.

Interior

The cab of the F150 is spacious and large, providing ample legroom for all those aboard. The in-car technology is also a step ahead many of the other vehicles on the market. Passengers of the Dodge Ram are not quite as impressed, feeling more cramped and a lack of available technology easing their ride.

Improved Handling

The Dodge Ram is all about torque and power. While this is all fun and great, it causes a bumpy ride. The F150 has high-powered shocks and better handling, creating a smoother, easier ride for all in tow.

360-Degree Cameras

The F150 includes a 360-degree camera on all sides of the vehicle, improving backing up and overall safety for its drivers. Unfortunately, this is something the Dodge Ram can’t offer its customers.

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Kate Giolas is an automobile writer. Information gathered from Henry Day Ford. She is a writer at Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah. Find her on Google+.

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