2008 Tundra vs. 2009 Dodge Ram Part Two – Features and Pricing

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The second part of our 2008 Tundra vs 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 comparison will compare the relative costs of the two trucks and available features for both. If you haven’t already read part one of our 2009 Dodge Ram Tundra comparison – Mechanicals – you might want to.


The Ram Laramie cab is exquisite – wood grain, everything within easy reach and the peripheral vision is perfect. There

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  1. Jeremy says:

    Like I said, The Ram looks GOOOOOOD. I wonder if I can squeeze my engine and tranny into the Ram body?

  2. Hemidakota says:

    Concur with your thoughts and review. I suspect Toyota will again make a come back in 2010. However, seeing Nissan will get the next Ram, it will be a tuff choice between Japanese full trucks now.

  3. Hemidakota – Thank you, but the review isn’t over yet. We’ve still got a couple of parts to go…hopefully you’ll still concur. As far as the next Titan threatening Tundra sales, I highly doubt it. Most truck customers will see the Titan for what it is – a re-badged Ram. Considering that Dodge dealers have bigger discounts on trucks, I can’t imagine why anyone would buy the Nissan Ram – Titan – for more money. Of course, that’s just a guess. Thanks for reading – keep commenting! 🙂

  4. TXTee says:

    That was my biggest complaint with the Tundra – interior sucks. But I told myself I’m more interested in a reliable truck and I feel like I’m going to get that out of the Tundra. So far, I’m satisfied with its capabilities for my purposes. Heading on to part 3 for more……

  5. RobK says:

    No comments on ride? ONe of the biggest advances is in the rear coil spring design.

    What about lifetime warranty on powertrain? THat has to be worth something.

    RAM looks better inside and out.

    Plus, I’d rather buy American.

  6. RobK – Please see part three of our comparison for the ride comments. As for the lifetime powertrain warranty, two thoughts. First, it’s a bit of a gimmick. The small print leaves your local Dodge dealer more than enough room to deny a claim. Second, who’s lifetime are we talking about? If Dodge goes under, will someone else honor the warranty? Seriously – it could happen. As for your buy American comment, the Ram is actually less American than the Tundra. But don’t take my word for it…https://www.tundraheadquarters.com/blog/2008/07/28/toyota-tundra-more-american-than-silverado-and-ram/

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