You love power. You crave the kind of muscle that can pull tractors out of the mud. The kind of strength to tow a trailer full of cattle or cement pipes. The amount of muscle you will only find in a Ram truck. There is no question, Ram is the truck Blythewood and Lexington drivers turn to when they have a tough job ahead of them. Wilson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is your source for Ram trucks, in Columbia, SC.

But how do they know which is the right amount of power? The Ram 2500 is a heavy duty pickup capable of moving mountains. Its big brother, the Ram 3500 has the strength to move the mountain and all the wild animals that live on that mountain. Let's take a look at some of the differences between these two ultra-powerful pickup trucks to determine the perfect one for you.

Tale of the Tape

Ram 2500

  • Six trim levels
  • 19,780-pound Towing Capacity
  • Three Powerful Engine Choices
  • Regular Cab, Crew Cab, Mega Cab Variations

Ram 3500

  • Five Trim Levels
  • 35,100-pound Towing Capacity
  • Three Hefty Engine Choices
  • Regular Cab, Crew Cab, Mega Cab Variations

Unrivaled Power

The biggest difference between the Ram 2500 and Ram 3500 comes down to towing capacity. They share a lot of similarities under the hood. Each starts with a 6.4-liter HEMI V8: 410 horsepower, a 370-horsepower 6.7-Liter Cummins Turbo Diesel I6 and the 400-horsepower 6.7-liter Cummins High Output turbo Diesel. Despite using the same engines, the 3500 will tow quite bit more. In fact, its 1,000 pound-feet of torque helps it tow a best-in-class 35,100 pounds. The top of the 2500 is 19,780. Still an impressive number.

When you want a large comfortable workhorse to add to the worksite in Lugoff or ranch in Rock Hill, you can't go wrong with the Ram 2500 or Ram 3500. Both feature unparalleled power for their class. But when it comes down to needing absolute power from your truck, the Ram 3500 won't be outworked.

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