If you’re seeking a pickup truck that can help you accomplish your chores while keeping you comfortable and entertained, try the 2022 GMC Sierra 1500. This full-size truck can tow or haul big loads and it offers a plethora of engaging tech features that can liven up your commute in Newtown Square. The 2022 Ram 1500 is a tough truck with a nice interior, but it can’t match the Sierra 1500 in certain areas. Hill Buick GMC has designed this comparison of the Ram 1500 and Sierra 1500 to show you why.

Capability

If you use your truck for work tasks, the new GMC Sierra 1500 is a better choice than the Ram 1500. Pennsylvania drivers will appreciate that the Sierra 1500 has a 13,200-pound tow rating when properly equipped. The Ram 1500 can only tow up to 12,750 pounds. The Sierra 1500 can also carry up to 2,310-pounds in its bed. The Ram 1500’s maximum payload capacity is just 2,300 pounds.

Storage Features

Both the new GMC Sierra 1500 and the new Ram 1500 have similarly sized cargo beds. However, people in Newtown Square will like the Sierra 1500’s available MultiPro tailgate, which has six functions for added utility. It can be used as a bed step, a stock stop, a worktable, a bed extender, a regular tailgate, and more. The Ram 1500’s tailgate doesn’t have as many uses, although it can swing down like normal or open outward to the sides.

Technology

Both the new GMC Sierra 1500 and the new Ram 1500 offer a range of useful driver-assist features, but the Sierra 1500 has more. Pennsylvania drivers will appreciate its available Super Cruise technology. This innovative feature allows for hands-free driving on a vast network of roads across the country, and it can even be put to use with a trailer attached. The Ram 1500 doesn’t offer Super Cruise.

Experience the 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 at Hill Buick GMC

The new GMC Sierra 1500 has a great combination of strong capability and helpful technology. To experience it firsthand, come to Hill Buick GMC. Our dealership is located at 3960 W Chester Pike in Newtown Square, PA. We’re just northeast of the Newtown Square Railroad Museum on West Chester Pike.

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