Heavy-duty truck buyers in South Carolina often find themselves choosing between two well-known models. The RAM 2500 and the Ford F-250 are some of the most popular work vehicles on the streets of Greenville. But which of these two strong workhorses is the right one for your home or business? What are their various strengths and weaknesses? Which truck should Spartanburg buyers choose, the RAM 2500 or the Ford F-250?

Benson Chrysler Dodge Jeep offers a wide variety of vehicles for drivers across the Carolinas. Our long history of serving the Greer, South Carolina, community has made us a highly-awarded automotive dealership and one of the top vehicle sellers in the Carolinas. Contact us today to learn how our sales professionals can find you the vehicle that best fits your lifestyle.


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2500 versus F-250 - Performance

Since the main attraction of pickup trucks is their performance capabilities, it is only natural to begin the comparison with this aspect. Heavy duty trucks such as the 2500 or the F-250, especially, are prized for their ability to tackle tough jobs in difficult conditions. Therefore, buyers in Simpsonville will want to understand how the capabilities of these trucks stack up against each other.

The standard engine of the RAM 2500 is a 6.4-liter V8 producing 410 horsepower and 429 pound-feet of torque. The F-250 uses a 6.2-liter V8 making 385 horsepower. The F-250 does technically have a stronger torque rating than the 2500, though, as it can produce 430 pound-feet.

While industry conventions still refer to these trucks as "three-quarter ton," their actual towing capacities have long exceeded that mark. The RAM 2500 has a maximum tow rating of 15,040 pounds on its base-level Tradesman trim. The F-250, however, maxes out at 15,000 pounds on its base-level XL trim. Yet the F-250's 4500-pound payload does slightly edge out the RAM's 4380-pound capabilities.

2500 versus F-250 - Features

While modern-day pickup trucks offer impressive performance metrics, they also carry special features designed to make life easier for drivers. From innovative storage solutions and seating options to elaborate interior details, the modern heavy duty truck is more versatile than ever.

Both models offer a variety of trim levels, ranging from rugged to upscale. While lower trims are functional, simple and capable, higher-end models introduce soft-touch materials such as leather into the cabin.

The RAM 2500 offers the innovative lockable RAMBOX storage system, fitting cargo space and an electrical outlet directly into the side of the vehicle. The F-250 moves its lockable storage bin into the cabin, below the back seat of its Crew Cab vehicles.

The 2500 includes a large range of infotainment options, from the five-inch screen on base trims to the optional 12-inch vertical touchscreen on the top-level Limited edition. The F-250 offers drivers either a five-inch standard screen on base trims or an eight-inch touchscreen on higher-end models.

In summary, both trucks back up their powerful performance with a wide range of offerings for every driver. This ability to merge the fun and functional sides of vehicle ownership is a key aspect of modern truck design. Yet of all vehicles on the market, only the RAM 2500 balances these competing demands well enough to have earned the distinction of 2020 MotorTrend Truck of the Year.


The American pickup truck market is a fast-evolving segment, with previously unfathomable capabilities and options released seemingly every minute. As a key part of the American lifestyle, it is not surprising that Ford and RAM are at the top of the pack when it comes to pickup truck innovation. Yet a signified by their 2020 MotorTrend Truck of the Year status, RAM trucks show a unique level of attention to all facets of vehicle ownership. This versatility makes them the superior choice for South Carolina drivers.

Benson Chrysler Dodge Jeep offers a wide array of new, used and certified pre-owned vehicles for consumers across the Carolinas. Our finance and service centers have extensive experience with helping customers afford and maintain their favorite vehicles. Visit us at 415 West Wade Hampton Blvd. in Greer, South Carolina, or call us at (864) 334-7518 to learn more or to schedule a test drive.

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