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Ram 2500 vs Ford F-250
Are you a Winter Haven, Lakeland, or Bartow driver on the hunt for a hardworking pickup truck? Whether it’s for work, play, or a little bit of both, the Ram 2500 and the Ford F-250 are two that are definitely worthy of the challenge.
Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Winter Haven has put together this comparison to give you a chance to narrow down your options even more. Read through it to get a better idea of which one has what it takes to satisfy your specific needs. We’ll be going over how they stack up to one another within the areas of technology and convenience.
Whenever you’re behind the wheel, it’s nice to know that you have plenty of helpful technology features at your fingertips–and that’s exactly what you’ll get from the Ram 2500.
The Ram 2500 provides you with a touchscreen display that’s big enough to make sure you have access to all its settings and controls without taking too much of your attention from the road in front of you. The standard touchscreen display size for the 2500 is five inches; however, there are also the available 8.4-inch and 12-inch touchscreen displays for even easier access.
The touchscreen that you’ll find in the Ford F-250 is not quite as accommodating. On its top-tier infotainment system, the display comes to eight inches.
Spotlight on Convenience
When it comes to the category of convenience, the Ram 2500 continues to score big. A particular highlight in this area is the available Memory for Radio, Driver’s Seat, Mirrors, and Pedals. With this feature, you’re able to get your preferred settings and positions the moment you turn on the vehicle.
The Ramcharger Wireless Charging Pad is also available. It helps you make sure all the mobile devices you’ve got on board with you are fully charged without the need for any wires or cords. The Ford F-250 is not available with either of these convenient features.
The 2500 also makes it possible for you to plug in your devices with an available 115-volt auxiliary power outlet that’s located in the front as well as an available 115-volt auxiliary rear-power outlet. The F-250 is available with an auxiliary outlet that only supplies you with 110 volts.
On top of all this, the Ram 2500 gives you and one of your passengers plenty of comfort up front no matter what the weather might be doing outside with the available ventilated front seats. Unfortunately, the Ford F-250 does not offer ventilated seats.
Ram 2500 vs Ford F-250: Pick Out the Right One for You
This comparison reveals the Ram 2500 to be the better of the two trucks within the areas of technology and convenience. Drivers in Winter Haven, Lakeland, and Bartow who would like to get a feel for these and other Ram 2500 features can schedule a test drive by contacting Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Winter Haven today.