The 2015 Ford F-150 has already turned the heads of Chicago and Manteno drivers with its groundbreaking aluminum-alloy construction, but now they need to know if it can outperform a truck like the 2015 Ram 1500.
To ensure you find the perfect truck to meet your needs, the 2015 Ford F-150 in offered in five well-balanced trim levels:
The 2015 Ram 1500 is also available in a selection of trim levels, starting at roughly the same price as the F-150.
However, while the costs are similar, the F-150 gives you more. Unlike the 2015 Ram 1500, it represents a step forward in automotive innovation with its high-strength, low-weight aluminum-alloy body providing superior driving dynamics and improved capability. The new 1500 is just a regular truck — the new F-150 is a game changer.
Few vehicles have to balance power and efficiency as well as light-duty trucks, so Ford has made four engines available to let Chicago and Manteno drivers decide for themselves:
The 2015 Ram 1500 is available with only three engine choices:
The 2015 Ram 1500 can deliver slightly more power than the 2015 Ford F-150, but that’s not a sign of superiority. The Ram needs that kind of ponderous power since it’s far heavier and more cumbersome than the ultra-modern F-150.
The 2015 Ford F-150 can’t just outperform the 2015 Ram 1500 — it can outperform every vehicle in its class. Take a look:
The 2015 Ford F-150 has been fitted with a wealth of systems to ensure that it offers superior ease of use when compared to competitors like the 2015 Ram 1500.
For example, an all-new BoxLink system has reinvented the traditional pickup box. Structurally reinforced sides allow Chicago and Manteno drivers to attach various kinds of cargo without risking damage, while four interface plates can accommodate numerous accessories.
You’ll also enjoy several class-exclusive features that aren’t provided by the new 2015 Ram 1500, including:
The cutting edge construction of the 2015 Ford F-150 doesn’t just improve performance — it also enhances safety. The aluminum of the F-150 is the same grade used in aerospace engineering, and the body as a whole is stronger and more rigid. It’s not just more resilient against dings and dents, but it’s also more protective in the event of a collision.
The vehicle itself went through extensive computer simulations and crash tests to ensure safety, with class-exclusive features such as inflatable rear safety belts being added in order to improve its performance under strain.
The 2015 Ford F-150 boldly outperforms the 2015 Ram 1500. Test drive yours near Chicago and Manteno, IL when you come to Terry’s Ford of Peotone.