I liked the ram when I test drove. The only problem I could find was that it had a Mopar engine, transmission and rear end in it.
The F-150 is the #1 selling half ton truck. Nothing else needs to be said, period.
McDonalds sells the most burgers everyday..The Chevy Suburban is the #1 selling SUV, nothing else needs to be said #period
oh trust me this particular forum isn’t close minded.. i’m also on the 5th gen Ram forums and based on my experience it’s just a bunch of egotistical cucks who plague that websiteWhen I signed up for this forum I did not realize that opinions were not allowed. I am only stating my initial thoughts on comparing 2 different vehicles. Is the FORD community so closed minded to other brands that anything other than praise for the product is not allowed? This forum is titled F150 vs... If you are so closed minded about comparison maybe you should stay out of here and spend time with others of your thinking.
On full-size trucks, GM just caught up on the interior game with their mid-2022 refresh. Not sure that a 2021 GM interior was much better than a 2020 F150. I'm sure we can all agree Ram is still on top for interior materials, fit, and finish.From what I've seen GMC and Ram really have the interior game down and have for many years. Ford is years behind in that regard.
I do find the 2021 seats uncomfortable versus my 2011 I just traded but that seat had time to fit me. Still playing with adjustments trying to get it to feel "right."
I'm sure there are. About same with any forum.oh trust me this particular forum isn’t close minded.. i’m also on the 5th gen Ram forums and based on my experience it’s just a bunch of egotistical cucks who plague that website
You have my vote on the cabin, except for one item. Why still the tag hanging from the glove box. I don‘t think you will find many Canadian trucks with that attached. I’m sure through or have a valid reasonEverytime someone steps up to the passenger window and I let it down to talk, or if I open that door to put something in or take something out and someone sees inside, I get a genuine response of "wow, that's a nice truck"
They didn't say it because of the exterior. It was that first glance at the cockpit from the open passenger side.
I don't really see what's inferior about the design and textures/materials.
And from the chief pilots seat, I'm rather enamored with the whole cockpit. It's so much a step up from my 2018, and dang near science fiction compared to my 2012, which I still have.
I think it's a handsome cabin.
And the seats are nice. It's a pickup truck!
It's a personal trademark of mine.You have my vote on the cabin, except for one item. Why still the tag hanging from the glove box. I don‘t think you will find many Canadian trucks with that attached. I’m sure through or have a valid reason