Between the RAM 1500 vs. Honda Ridgeline, the RAM 1500 specs are far more powerful than the Ridgeline. The standard 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine is built with eTorque to enhance power and efficiency, resulting in a 305-hp driving experience that you won’t soon forget. The Honda Ridgeline has a smaller 3.5L V6 engine that only reaches 280 hp in total. If you want a vehicle that can handle any adventure, then you’ll appreciate the extra horsepower onboard the RAM 1500.
If you need to haul serious cargo with your new truck, then there’s no comparison. Sure, both models offer all-wheel drive and towing accessories to get the job done, but the RAM 1500 boasts a best-in-class V8 towing capacity of 12,750 pounds – which surpasses other light-duty pickups by miles. The Honda Ridgeline maxes out at 5,000 pounds. For serious towing jobs, the Ridgeline just can’t live up to the build and resilience of the powerhouse RAM 1500.
Now that you’ve read our head-to-head truck comparison, it’s clear that the RAM 1500 offers the better power and capability. But why not experience its quality for yourself with a test drive? Visit Peters Cars in Longview, near Marshall and Tyler, to get behind the wheel today. Still researching? Check out our guide to the RAM 1500 utility or learn about the Chevy Silverado 1500’s towing capacities. And when you finally leave behind the wheel of your brand new ride, check out one of our favorite Longview restaurants!