Does the Chevy tow or haul more than a Ram?

The Ram 1500 and the Chevy Silverado are both fairly competitive in the majority of variants. The Ram is capable of towing 2,335 pounds 

and pushing 8,320 pounds. Depending on configuration, a Chevy Silverado can haul a maximum of 13,300 pounds.

 It can carry up to 2260 pounds in payload. The Rams are a close second-place finisher in terms of sales, behind the Chevy Silverado.

These capabilities, of course, depend on the engine, suspension, and towing equipment you choose to purchase.

The Ram is available with a variety of engines, including the 5.7-liter Hemi with a 48-volt mild hybrid system or the V6.   

But you'll need to move quickly if you're interested in the diesel because Ram has chosen to cease

making its smaller diesel engines in January 2023