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2018 Ford F-250 Vs. 2018 Ram 2500
While most of the world can get by with a half-ton pickup truck, there are many drivers whose work or lifestyle requires the extra payload capacity and pulling power of a three-quarter-ton truck. Class-2 pickup trucks like the 2018 Ford F-250 can get the work you need done without flinching. With towing capacities above 15,000 lbs. and payload capacities well over 3,000 lbs., these trucks are the movers and shakers of every industry.
Canada’s favourite pickup truck for over 50 years, the Ford F-250 Super Duty is a beacon in this class. The Ford F-250 gives you several class-leading specs and capacities as well as a handful of class-exclusive features. With the 2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty, you’re getting a truck that is “Built Ford Tough.” Today, we’re comparing the 2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty to the Ram 2500 to see which class-2 is the better option.
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Comparing the two reveals a glaring difference in capability and expectations. For the 2018 Ford F-250, you get a truck that can do so much more and go so much farther than the Ram 2500. With over 100 more lb.-ft. of torque and payload and towing capacities that dwarf that of the 2500, it’s no wonder that the 2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty is the truck Canadians have been getting behind for over half a century.
Not only is the 2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty a superior truck, but it’s also a much better value. Even in its 2019 iteration, the F-250 Super Duty comes in at over $7,000 less than the Ram 2500.
At James Braden Ford, it’s likely you’ll save even more. As Eastern Ontario’s high-inventory, low-price leader, we have the biggest selection of Ford Super Duty trucks in the greater-Kingston area. We also have some of the best prices in the province thanks to our low overhead.
Stop by today and test-drive a diesel- or gas-equipped Ford F-250 Super Duty and never stress a job again.