RAM Towing 1500 vs. 2500 vs. 3500


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RAM Towing 1500 vs. 2500 vs. 3500

We know Ram for designing some of today's meanest, strongest, most heavy-duty, and rugged pickups on the road. The Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 are three of Ram's lineup's most recognizable pickups. The three pickups feature a rough design and create enough energy to bring your wildest dreams to life. However, the most noticeable thing about 1500, 2500 and 3500 that helps them stand out from the crowd is their superior towing capacity. These three behemoths set fresh norms in towing. In this article, we compare the towing capacity of the Lexington Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500.

Ram 1500
The Ram 1500 does not break a sweat while carrying heavy loads thanks to a huge 5.7-liter HEMI motor with a torque that produces 395 hp and 410 lb-ft torque. The pickup has a maximum towing capacity of 12,750 pounds. The maximum rated payload of the truck is 2,300 pounds. 1500 comes with Active Level Four Corners Air Suspension with automatic load leveling to assist tow with confidence. The class-executive suspension can significantly decrease drag by reducing the velocity of the vehicle when driving on unpaved land. The suspension also helps to prevent inconvenience when loading and unloading cargo.

Ram 2500
2500 is at home carrying up to 19,780 pounds thanks to the iconic 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine that produces 410 hp. The heavy-duty truck's maximum payload capacity is 4,050 pounds. 2500 can tow almost anything from dirt bicycles to large ships. The Ram 2500 comes with an auto-level rear air suspension that can balance heavier loads and should prevent problems of alignment between your truck and trailer. The 2019 Ram 2500 comes with a WARN ZEON-12 Winch class executive with a rated capability of 12,000 pounds.

Ram 3500
The 2019 Ram 3500 is the large pickup. They fit the mammoth machine with a 6.7-liter High Output Cummins Turbo Diesel 16 motor that produces a torque of 1,000 lb-ft. The 3500 can tow up to 35,100 pounds with a maximum rated payload of 7,680 pound


Source: Ram Trucks