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As a Ram owner, my best advice is too avoid all chrysler product's..
No power compared to a Chevy Hahaha buddy Chevy won't come close to the new ram
You lucky dog.
I have one uts alsome
Ive driven a new ram. No power compared to chevy.
Surprise they all made it lol
I drove it in the ride n drive training@ Lakeland Fl!
My GMC was rear ended last year and I was given a 2013 Ram SLT as a rental. After a week in the Ram I traded in the GMC for a 2013 RCSB Hemi Express. Love my new Ram, great truck!
Loving my '14 2500 megacab Limited. Not so much on mileage but it's the brand new 6.4 Hemi so I'm assuming it will get a refinement or two down the road, and besides, it's a Big/heavy truck anyway!
I test drove one and bought one. A 2014 Ram SLT Crew Cab with the 6 cylinder engine. I'm averaging over 21 mpg in mixed driving. Love it!
Man I saw a regular cab today that looked cool as hell! Had the Hemi, dual exhaust & rear anti sway bar all in black. What a pretty truck! Loved it!
Je peux vomir???
Um... you might want to research that then amend your comment.
I don't see why all the Chevy guys are bashing Ford. Chevy sales are behind Ram. You've got to take second place back before you'll get first place.
and knowing that obama bailed them out would make me not buy a GM vehicle
buy gm, get recalls lol
@tim donovan dont talk smack to someone before doing some research
@tim donovan have you been in the living in the 90's chevy 3500 has a max of 23,200 the new f350 26,500
The only reason is cause they are way cheaper, as for gas mileage, ford gets better gas mileage cause they only run half the time
Whatever it is,fact always fact. F150 outsold silverado. Hoho.
Read the article, Neerav.
combine gmc and chevy and what's the number
Justin Justin Yoder
I always owned chevy trucks but now I have a 2013 ford ecoboost and I love it . It's much better then the 09 chevy I had .
1# On used carlots. Nothing like a stiff ride and hard cardboard seats. Don't forget you need a ballpark to turn it around. Lmfao
Shane Moon hey that's my truck :) love it
Ford trucks out sold Chevy because ford f150 is $4000 cheaper and most state offices use f150 because of price. The same reason we use ford there cheap and you don't care if you tear them up.
More to the story
Now, we also have to consider some factors beyond sales. Because GM's trucks are newly redesigned, the company was initially reluctant to offer larger incentives on its trucks, which lower profits, as Ford must do to keep a higher pace of sales with its older pickup offering. Looking at the average transaction price can give us more insight to how well GM's trucks are doing.
According to Kelly Blue Book, the Silverado's ATP increased 12% to $40,575 -- meaning that even as sales slow, each one is more valuable. The bad news is that even with the Silverado's 12% increase, because of having a newly designed model, it still trailed Ford's older F-150 which averages $40,672. That's very bad news for Silverado fans, as Ford's next-generation truck will likely significantly boost its ATP.
If you don't believe those numbers have the folks at GM worried, wait until you hear what's next. Those results likely played a factor in the company's decision to increase its incentives to try and drive sales of the Silverado higher.
GM is offering some of its biggest incentives in months during February's month-long Presidents Day promotion. The deal runs through Feb. 28 and offers the deepest discounts on its trucks so far, and both the Silverado and Sierra will be offered at discounted prices that the company offers to employees of its suppliers, or the dealer invoice price. GM is also advertising more than $7,000 off of its double-cab V-6 All Star model.
It's clear that while the race has been close in the long run, Ford has the decisive advantage over GM's combined truck sales lately. When you consider ATP, growing market share, and the potential shakeup from Ford's next-generation F-150 which could take a leap in fuel economy -- it appears Ford will only be adding to its lead in the most profitable vehicle segment in America. ,I HOPE GM GOES BANKRUPT AGAIN FOR GOOD
comparing 2013 fords to 2014 gm's and it still a win for ford, when 2015 f-150 comes out the lead will grow. keep wishing government motors.
How much does Truck Trend get to print this
It's no secret that Ford's (NYSE: F ) F-Series has been America's best-selling pickup truck for 37 consecutive years, and the best-selling overall vehicle for 32 straight years -- complete dominance. However, as some are quick to point out, that doesn't tell the whole story. When combining sales from General Motors' (NYSE: GM ) two separate brands of trucks, Chevrolet's Silverado and GMC's Sierra, the race becomes much closer between America's two largest automakers. So is Ford really on top of GM when it comes to truck sales? Maybe more important, which will be king of the hill going forward?
By the numbers
The sales figures over the last 16 years are incredibly close when comparing Ford's F-Series versus General Motors' Silverado and Sierra combined. Consider that Ford has averaged 745,747 F-Series sales annually since 1998, which slightly edges out GM's Silverado and Sierra combined average of 744,150. Doing the math, that brings Ford and GM's respective totals to 11,931,954 and 11,906,396, with Ford narrowly topping its cross-town rival. While the results from the last 16 years are ridiculously close, Ford has definitely built a large advantage since the recession.
one month, ram outsold gm this past month, gm gonna lose #2.
Damn you Erin Adderley
Ford Is Dominating…Right?
A table posted by Reuters demonstrates exactly where auto consumers’ minds are focused. Ford notched over 60,000 sales of its F-Series in July (over 427,000 to date in 2013). Chevy sold 42,080 Silverado pickups in July. It’s a clear win for Ford head-to-head with Chevy, but GM also has the GMC Sierra in its roster. This truck is selling very well, and has cracked the top 20 on the list. In fact, GM has sold over 18,000 trucks, which makes Ford’s win in the pickup segment a mere technicality — they basically tied in July. Who’s growing faster?
Ford Is Dominating…Right?
A table posted by Reuters demonstrates exactly where auto consumers’ minds are focused. Ford notched over 60,000 sales of its F-Series in July (over 427,000 to date in 2013). Chevy sold 42,080 Silverado pickups in July. It’s a clear win for Ford head-to-head with Chevy, but GM also has the GMC Sierra in its roster. This truck is selling very well, and has cracked the top 20 on the list. In fact, GM has sold over 18,000 trucks, which makes Ford’s win in the pickup segment a mere technicality — they basically tied in July. Who’s growing faster? PUT THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT
Ha ha you wish they outsell Ford! As does all the other dealers! :D
Awesome. Glad to hear ford is taking care of business. Nissan Gm and Chrysler are having recall issues
atleast chevy doesn't lie about fuel mileage .. die hard ford fan was furious when he bought the new ecoboost and his mileage dropped to 14.. and he has bought the same king ranch edition for the last 10 plus years
Ford still out-sells GMC and Chevrolet fullsize trucks combined.
Beautyful Face... Quality is Job of Ford !!! (Y)
Oh and dont forget about the "proported" mileage and power specs that are nowhere even close to actuality.
Man. I feel bad for all those suckers that fall for fords marketing ploys. Will see your junk ford trucks in my shop real soon. 800$ spark plug replacement and lift the whole cab off to do engine work. Only thing i dont mind about em is the money i make fixing them.
Jordan L. Waters