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2016 RAM 2500
2016 RAM 2500

2016 Ram 2500 Laramie Limited 4x4 Crew Cab model shown
Starting at MSRP: $55,990. Price includes consumer cash discounts and freight.
Receive up to
$14,000
in total discounts*, including $1,500 bonus cash for eligible truck owners or skilled trades
Your local retailer may charge additional fees for administration/pre-delivery that can range from $0 to $1,098 and anti-theft/safety products that can range from $0 to $1,298. Charges may vary by retailer.

Why the Ram 2500 Dominates

With Best-in-Class ¾-ton towing, Segment-Leading technology and a Class-Exclusive multilink coil spring rear suspension3, it's clear why the Ram 2500 dominates the competition. Meet Canada's most capable full-size off-road pickup3.

Class-Exclusive multilink coil spring rear suspension3

Class-Exclusive multilink coil spring rear suspension3

Best-in-class ¾-ton gas engine towing

Best-in-class ¾-ton gas engine towing

Canada's most capable off-road full-size pickup3

Canada's most capable off-road full-size pickup3

Uconnect® 8.4 multimedia centre with largest-in-class 8.4-inch touchscreen3

Uconnect® 8.4 multimedia centre with largest-in-class 8.4-inch touchscreen3

Part of Canada's most durable heavy-duty diesel pickups38

Part of Canada's most durable heavy-duty diesel pickups38

Class-Exclusive Auto-Level Rear Air Suspension3 with load levelling – Available

Class-Exclusive Auto-Level Rear Air Suspension3 with load levelling – Available

Built to Last

Ram 2500 delivers. When compared against the Ford F-250, GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado, you'll see for yourself why Ram 2500 takes the lead.

 

The Winner Is Clear in This Heavy Duty Truck Comparison

The 2016 Ram 2500 and 3500


See how the 2016 Ram 2500/3500 dominates the Heavy Duty pickup truck reviews. When it comes to longevity, towing, torque, payload and 4x4 capability vs. the Chevrolet Silverado HD, GMC Sierra HD and Ford F-250/F-350 Super Duty, there can only be one best pickup truck.

Longevity
Longevity
Longevity

It's more than just a claim, it's a proven fact. Of all the diesel pickup trucks sold over the past 22 years, 86% of Ram trucks are still on the road today3. That's more than any other truck brand on the market. It's a testament to the Ram brand's never-ending push to set the bar for engineering, innovation and reliability. Compare the Ram 2500 and 3500 vs. Silverado, F-250 or F-350. Only Ram can lay claim to Canada's longest-lasting diesel pickups2.

Percentage of Diesel Trucks Still on the Road Today
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Ram 2500/3500 86%
 
Chevrolet 2500/3500 78%
 
GMC 2500/3500 82%
 
Ford F-250/350 70%
 
 
Towing
Towing
Towing

The numbers don't lie. If you want maximum towing, you'll only get it with the Ram 2500 and 3500. The 2500 gives you Best-in-Class 3/4-ton gas engine towing up to 17,970 lb, while the 3500 leads the 1-ton class with towing up to 31,210 lb1. Both Ram Heavy Duty trucks also dominate with the highest Gross Combined Weight Rating1. In the pickup truck comparison of Ram 2500 and 3500 vs. Silverado, Sierra, F-250 and F-350, Ram comes out clearly in front.

Maximum Towing Capacity (lb)
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Ram 2500/3500 17,970 / 31,210
Chevrolet 2500/3500 17,900 / 23,200
GMC 2500/3500 17,900 / 23,200
Ford F-250/350 16,600 / 26,500
 
Torque
Torque
Torque

If you're not driving a Ram Heavy Duty, you're finishing behind. The 6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel I-6 in the Ram 3500 packs Best-in-Class 900 lb-ft of torque1. The 6.4L HEMI® VVT V8 also leads the gasoline engine class with 429 lb-ft of torque1. No matter how you stack the Ram 3500 vs. the F-350, Sierra 3500 or Silverado 3500, Ram Heavy Duty leaves them all in its capable dust.

Diesel Torque (lb-ft)
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Ram
3500
Chevrolet
SILVERADO 3500
GMC
Sierra 3500
Ford
F-350
900
765
765
860
 
Payload
Payload
Payload

In real-world situations, what you can actually carry to the jobsite is critical. That's why the Ram 3500 gives you Best-in-Class payload capability of up to 7,390 lb1. Even the Ram 2500 has a payload capacity up to 3,970 lb, beating the Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and GMC Sierra 2500. Go ahead and compare the Ram 3500 vs. the F-350, Sierra 3500 or Silverado 3500. When it comes to payload, there is only one best Heavy Duty pickup truck.

Maximum Payload Capacity (lb)
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Ram
3500
Chevrolet
SILVERADO 3500
GMC
Sierra 3500
Ford
F-350
7,390
7,374
7,374
7,050
 
4x4 Capability
Capability
Capability

Other trucks talk the talk, but only the Ram 2500 Power Wagon® walks the walk. With a standard 5-link rear coil spring suspension, electronically locking front and rear differentials, front axle disconnect system and heavy-duty Bilstein® gas-charged monotube shocks, the Power Wagon is Canada's most capable full-size off-road pickup1. Any way you stack the Ram 2500 vs. the Silverado 2500, Sierra 2500 or F-250, the Ram 2500 simply dominates.

Front Axle Disconnect System
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Ram
2500
Chevrolet
SILVERADO 2500
GMC
Sierra 2500
Ford
F-250
Yes
no
no
no


 


DISCLAIMERS
[3] Ram 2500 claims based on 2500/250. Ram 3500 claims based on 3500/350 full-size pickups. Specific models and optional equipment may be required to achieve maximum ratings. Please see your dealer for full details.

[38] Durability based on longevity. Based on IHS Automotive: Polk Canadian Vehicles in Operation data as of July 1, 2014, for 2500/250 and 3500/350 large diesel pickups and model years 1994-2014.
2016 RAM 2500
2016 RAM 2500

2016 Ram 2500 Laramie Limited 4x4 Crew Cab model shown
Starting at MSRP: $55,990. Price includes consumer cash discounts and freight.
Receive up to
$14,000
in total discounts*, including $1,500 bonus cash for eligible truck owners or skilled trades
Your local retailer may charge additional fees for administration/pre-delivery that can range from $0 to $1,098 and anti-theft/safety products that can range from $0 to $1,298. Charges may vary by retailer.
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