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Both Ram and Chevrolet begin their histories in the early 20th century, with Ram in 1913 and Chevrolet in 1911.
Chevrolet was founded by race car driver Louis Chevrolet and the newly ousted General Motors founder William C. Durant, the latter of whom initiated a reverse-merger in order to put himself back at the top of GM. After 1917 through the present, Chevrolet has been a division of General Motors Company, manufacturing a wide array of vehicles that touch on body styles from sports cars to trucks and more.
With Ram, it has come a long way from its humble beginnings. The Dodge Brothers Company was founded by Horace Elgin Dodge and John Francis Dodge, predating the establishment of Chrysler—to whom they would later become a division of. Ram itself was originally part of the “Dodge Ram” line until Ram was split off into its own branding in 2010 so that it could focus on its identity of being for the serious truck driver who needs power and reliability.
The competition between Chevy and Ram keeps going when we look at their overall vehicle lineups. Chevy offers a diverse range of vehicles, from the Camaro to the Silverado HD and beyond. These vehicles offer unique driving experiences that drivers enjoy, though the mission statement seen here is not dedicated to a sole body style.
With Ram, they’ve always been a brand that’s dedicated to putting out the best trucks possible. When you’ve seen releases like the Ram 1500 Classic to Ram 3500, you’ll see that level of dedication in the strength and reliability of operating in tougher, more rugged environments.