|2014 GMC Sierra
|2014 Ram 1500
|Max. Trailer Weight
When it’s a new pickup you’re after, you’re coming along at a great time. Today’s truck scene is more competitive than ever, with the top automakers one-upping one another left and right in category after category. If you know what you’re looking for, comparing the options is easy with the right tools. We’re taking a look at the 2014 GMC Sierra vs the 2014 Ram 1500 to give you a clear idea of what’s offered on these trucks at their base level. Options and capabilities will only go up from here, but this is what you get on the most basic model of each of these trucks.
Both base models have seating for three passengers, 36 month/36,000 mile basic warranties, electronic stability systems, and plenty of convenience features that come standard. You’ll see that in terms of engine power, you’ve got a bit more horsepower out of the Ram engine and considerably more torque from the GMC Sierra.
When it comes to differences between these two models, one thing in particular stands out and that’s the amount of work you’re able to do with each truck. You’ll see that on these base models, the Sierra offers quite a bit more in the way payload and trailer weight. When you’ve got a job to do, this increased capability helps to create a more streamlined experience that lets you get down to business and on to the next project. Heavy Duty suspension tuning makes for a smoother ride for you, your passengers, and your cargo as well.
If you’re interested in learnign more about what the 2014 GMC Sierra has to offer, come on in and see us today at Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac. We’ll be happy to answer your questions, talk with you about the different trim levels, and offer you a test drive. Start by taking a look through our online inventory, and give us a call when you’re ready for the next step!