Ford F-150 vs Ram 1500 in Ponderay, ID

Discover How the Ford F-150 from Mike White Ford of Sandpoint in Ponderay, ID., Overcomes the Ram 1500

Once you experience the rugged and powerful Ford F-150, nothing will feel the same again. Whether you are working the job sites around Sagle ID, or if you're moving towards Libby, MT. for a little R&R, the F-150 will take you there and beyond. At Mike White Ford of Sandpoint, we work hard so you can play harder. When you want to elevate your driving experience, take the short trip from Bonner's Ferry and visit our dealership. We'll be glad to have you.

The New Ford F-150

Since 1903, Ford continues to deliver on its promise to provide excellent automobiles that continue to drive our lives forward. Few vehicles better epitomize this sentiment than the Ford F-150. With exceptional toughness and great power, this light-duty pickup gets the big jobs done right the first time. Whether you live, work, or play in or around Spirit Lake ID, or Newport WA, this truck will help you create new memories.

When something this amazing comes along, there are always competitors that try to knock the crown off its roof. Unfortunately, the new Ford F-150 strives to remain the undisputed king reigning at the top. Take a look at some of the ways the Ford F-150 overcomes the Ram 1500.

Performance

The Ford F-150 pushes the boundaries of power and performance. Built Ford Tough®, the F-150 delivers excellence at every turn. With six powertrain options to choose from, you can design the right pickup for your lifestyle. When you choose the amazing 3.5-liter PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 engine, your truck will deliver jaw-dropping power to the tune of 430 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque. With this kind of power, you can accelerate past any obstacles you face.

  • Compared to the powerful available 3.5-liter PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 engine you can experience in the F-150, the 2021 Ram 1500 Tradesman 2WD falls behind. The 3.6-liter V6 engine produces only 305 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. This amount of power doesn't quite reach that of the 2021 F-150.
  • When the F-150 pairs with the available 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine and Max Trailering Package, you get a pickup that offers serious hauling power. With the best-in-class available towing of up to 14,000-pounds, the F-150 does not back down from a challenge. Compared to the Ram 1500 Tradesman 2WD, the F-150 offers more towing capability. The Ram 1500 pumps out a maximum towing capacity of up to 7,740-pounds. The numbers don't lie. You can haul more with this F-150.

Design

All work and no play make for a dull driving experience. And the Ford F-150 is anything but dull. With impressive technology, tough design, and a comfortable and spacious interior, this pickup is the perfect mobile sanctuary. When you finish working, you deserve a place to kick back and relax. You get this and more in the F-150.

  • With a spacious interior, you and those you love have the room to stretch out and relax. The F-150 Limited SuperCrew gives you 43.9-inches of front seat legroom, 66.7-inches of front seat shoulder room, 43.6-inches of rear seat legroom, 40.4-inches of rear seat headroom, and 66-inches of rear seat shoulder room. The Ram 1500 Tradesman Quad Cab falls short when it comes to space. That truck only offers 40.9-inches of front seat legroom, 66-inches of front seat shoulder room, 35.6-inches of rear seat legroom, 39.2-inches of rear seat headroom, and 65.7-inches of rear seat shoulder room.

Test Drive the Ford F-150 from Mike White Ford of Sandpoint

As you can see. When it comes to competition, there is no competition. Visit our showroom and experience the Ford F-150 for yourself. Once you experience its excellence, you won't look back.

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