|2020 Chevy Silverado 1500||VS||2020 Ram 1500|
|23 / 33 MPG||Fuel Economy||22 / 32 MPG|
|277 - 420 HP||Horsepower||269 - 395 HP|
|305 - 460 LB-FT||Torque||269 - 480 LB-FT|
The Chevy Silverado and the Ram 1500 are well loved by devoted fans while also being fierce rivals in the competitive field of pickup trucks. While this market segment's leaderboard include's the Ford F-150, and other models like the Nissan Titan, Toyota Tundra, and GMC Sierra, the 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 vs 2020 Ram 1500, still fresh off a 2019 redesign, continue to give each other (and their rivals) a run for their money.
Both trucks are available in an array of options for buyers of all driving needs, including multiple choices of bed length and cabin size, engines and transmissions, and other gear whose focus is maximizing towing and payload capacity. Both also include luxurious options for those inclined to add style to utility.
With the brand new 2020 year models now hitting the roadways, new benchmarks performance, durability, and reliability are being set for the future. The 2020 Chevy Silverado and the 2020 Ram 1500 are two top pickups that are on the cutting edge of engineering and design, both being heavy haulers that can be depended on to get the job done reliably. Each truck has impressive options for powertrains and technology to enhance overall comfort and convenience. While both trucks are excellent options for buyers seeking the latest models of these time-tested vehicles, let's take a closer look at what gives the Silverado the edge over the Ram.