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2013 Ram 1500

2013 GMC Sierra 1500

  2013 Ram 1500 2013 GMC Sierra 1500
MSRP
$23,100
$23,590
Invoice $21,654 $22,646
MPG
City/Highway
14/25 12/22
Rating
8.2
/ 10
TCC Rating
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Bottom Line The 2013 Ram 1500 leads full-size trucks in interior quality, gas mileage, and handling; it adds infotainment to the list this year, but we're mixed on its new air suspension, and towing capacity is down. Read Full Review Among increasingly bold full-size trucks, the 2013 GMC Sierra is simple in looks and strong in performance—with the Sierra Hybrid remaining a fuel-efficient standout. Read Full Review
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Likes:

  • Tremendous gains in fuel efficiency
  • Strong new base V-6
  • Lavish, much-improved interior
  • Ride and roadholding
  • Innovative storage systems

Dislikes:

  • Air suspension's somewhat stiff ride
  • Unimpressive safety scores
  • Not quite up to towing of other V-8 trucks
  • Sprint only in-truck data provider

Likes:

  • Handles well for a big truck
  • Wide lineup of models, engines
  • Simple, nicely trimmed interior
  • Hybrid's class-leading mileage

Dislikes:

  • Plain looks (even compared to the Silverado)
  • Unsupportive front seats
  • Rear seat back is too vertical
  • High pricetag for Hybrid, Denali
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