2020 RAM 1500 vs 2020 Ford F-150
2020 RAM 1500 2020 Ford F-150
  305 290
Towing Capacity
  7,730 lbs. 5,100 lbs.
Seating Capacity
  6 3

2020 RAM 1500 vs 2020 Ford F-150

Serving Grand Rapids, MN

Dodge and Ford have been battling it out for decades. The 2020 RAM 1500 and 2020 Ford F-150 is carrying on with this legacy. These two pickups are the cream of the crop and for good reasons. Consumers will receive advanced innovations, primed engines, and exceptional comfort components from each truck. Let's take a closer look at some of the differences below.

Exterior & Trims

The 2020 RAM 1500 has an exterior façade that's worth a second glance. This popular pickup has striking dimensions from front to rear. The vehicle's front grille is iconic thanks to its exceptional styling. The grille will come in chrome, or it will come blacked-out. Large flat surfaces cover the exterior, but the hood is well sculpted with contours. Striking LEDs can be seen on both ends of the frame. Depending on the actual trim level, the vehicle's front fascia will vary. Consumers can choose from multiple trim levels, including the Limited, Laramie Longhorn Edition, Rebel, Laramie, Bighorn, and Tradesman. The RAM 1500 also comes in an optional Night or Black Appearance Package.

The 2020 Ford F-150 needs no introduction, and this pickup displays a unique façade. Just like its competitor, the F-150 has extensive flat surfaces throughout the body. The vehicle's front grille falls a bit short in the looks department, but it's quite bold with its bar-shaped design. Chrome is heavily used on the frame, which accentuates the truck's features even more. Consumers can choose from multiple trims, including the XL, XLT, King Ranch, Lariat, Platinum, Limited, and Raptor. The new F-150 also has bold LEDs, but their overall design isn't as dynamic as the RAM 1500's LEDs.


Multiple engine configurations can be expected for the new RAM 1500. This includes a 5.7-liter HEMI that can generate up to 395 horsepower. Pound-feet of torque comes in at 410. This E-Torque V8 can tow as much as 12,750 pounds. There's also a standard 5.7-liter V8. The 3.6-liter PENTASTAR V6 has variable valve timing and can tow up to 7,730 pounds. Horsepower is listed at 305, and pound-feet of torque comes in at 269. There's also a 3.0-liter eco-diesel V6 that produces 480 pound-feet of torque. The maximum towing limit is 12,560 pounds.

The new F-150 has a six-engine lineup. There's a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine that generates 450 horsepower as well as 510 pound-feet of torque. The 2.7-liter turbocharged engine produces 325 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. There's a 5.0-liter TI-VCT V8 and a 3.3-liter TI-VCT V6 that delivers explosive power. The F-150 Raptor trim is excellent for off-road adventure. Consumers can also expect twin-turbocharging and Fox Live valve shocks.

Other Features

From leather-trimmed seats to a 12-inch infotainment screen, the RAM 1500 has it all. This truck offers Harman/Kardon audio, smartphone integration, and multiple USB ports. There's also reclining seats, seating for five people, and over 100 safety features.

The F-150 offers web surfing via Wi-Fi Hotspot. Up to five people can seat in the cabin, and premium leather seats are being provided. Android Auto is built-in, and iPhone users can access Apple CarPlay. There are also two USB ports.

In the end, the 2020 RAM 1500 edges out the victory because it offers more bang for your bucks. Lake Woods Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM is awaiting your presence, so hit us up today for a first-hand viewing.