Pickup drivers are a demanding bunch, and rightfully so. You want a hard-working, dependable daily driver that can go from the job site to a weekend tailgate, and you want one that you can trust to perform for years to come. We decided to take a look at how two top options fared in a head-to-head competition. Read on to see how our Ford F-150 matched up with the Ram 1500.

First and foremost, the F-150 starts with a significantly lower Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price than does the Ram 1500. While money may not be everything, it's still nice to know that you can take a well-equipped Ford F-150 home to Tylertown and have money left over for other important things in life.

From Summit MS to Magnolia MS, our pickup-loving friends and neighbors invariably want to know how a truck performs. The Ford F-150 can be outfitted with any of six engine options, while the Ram 1500 offers a much more restricted roster. The top engine for the F-150 puts 55 more horsepower and 100 more torque pound-feet at your command, making it the better option of the two when the going gets tough. That performance difference showed up when we looked at max towing capacity as well, with the Ford handing in far superior capabilities.

Now that you've learned a little bit about why the Ford F-150 is the better of these two worthy trucks, don't you think it's high time you made your way to our McComb showroom and took a closer look for yourself? We're happy to answer any questions, send you out for a test drive, and help you land the loan or Ford lease terms that work best for your budget. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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