Ram 1500 has a starting MSRP of $26,495 while the Tundra starts at $30,120. Ram has a savings of almost $4,000! Ram 1500 offers a better value when compared to Tundra, there are more Ram models to choose from which means you are more likely to find exactly what you’re needing in Ram versus Tundra. The more configurations, the better! Ram has Tundra beat.  


Ram’s interior is one of its best attributes, there is a real attention to detail in all of its finishes. Tundra also has updated materials but is not finished as well as the Ram 1500. Ram features many available options that range from heated front and rear seating, leather wrapped steering, cooled seating, and the latest technology like Apple’s Car Play.  


Tundra has a maximum 381 horsepower, while the Ram 1500’s boasts up to 395 horsepower. Tundra is only available in V8 models, leaving you with less options to choose from. Ram has three engine options: 5.7L HEMI V8 Engine, 3.0 Ecodiesel V6 Engine, and a 3.6: Pentastar V6 Engine. Ram has more engine and body style options which gives you the opportunity to find exactly what you’re looking for in your next pickup!


The Tundra’s ride quality is fairly good, but in comparison Ram is still best in it’s class by offering the smoothest ride quality, precise steering and a strong set of brakes. Various Ram 1500 models have available air suspension which makes it even better!


The Ram receives an EPA-estimated up to 29 highway mpg and up to 21 city mpg. The Tundra receives an EPA-estimated up to 19 highway mpg and up to 15 city mpg. The Tundra receives the lowest fuel economy in it’s class while Ram offers the best in it’s Ecodiesel option. 

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