Dodge Ram

Dodge Ram

  The Dodge RAM, known plainly as the RAM in the US and Canada, started production back in 1981. It comes in six different trims - ST, SXT, SLT, TRX, Sport Laramie, and Power Wagon - and four different cab options - Crew Cab (new for 2010), Mega Cab, Quad Cab, and Regular Cab. The RAM is powered by a plethora of engine options, including a 3.7L V6 producing 215 HP and 235 lb-ft of torque, a 4.7L V8 delivering 310 HP and 330 lb-ft of torque, a 5.7L V8 with 355/390 HP and 395/404 lb-ft of torque, and a 6.7L turbodiesel I-6 getting 350 HP and 610/650 lb-ft of torque. These engines are mated to either a 6-speed manual or a choice of three different automatics: 4-, 5-, or 6-speed.

It’s got an 8.3Liter, 500 horsepower V10 Viper Engine that cranks out 525Lb-Ft of torque. Is it a muscle car? A hot rod? Nope. It’s a truck — the 2007 Dodge Ram Dodge Ram SRT-10 — and according to Mark Perleberg, lead auto expert at NADAguides.com, it’s a truck built with power and speed in mind. Perleberg recently test drove the SRT SRT -10 and he weighs in on the truck’s performance and styling. "The 2007 Dodge SRT-10 is wildly powerful," said Perleberg. "It’s incredibly quick off the line but (...)
On the heels of the hot-selling all-new 2007 Dodge Caliber Dodge Caliber , two additional all-new vehicles are about to arrive in Dodge showrooms. Today Dodge announced pricing for the 2007 Dodge Nitro Dodge Nitro and Dodge Ram Dodge Ram 3500 Chassis Cab. “Nitro and Ram Ram 3500 Chassis Cab effectively expand the Dodge brand portfolio,” said Tom Loveless, Director – Dodge Marketing and Global Communications, Chrysler Group. “Nitro is the brand’s first mid-size SUV while Ram 3500 Chassis Cab further builds on Dodge Dodge ’s growing presence (...)
A 5500 lbs Dodge Ram Dodge Ram sponsored by Wayne Jesel set and then reset the Class C Modified Production record at Bonneville Salt Flats this week. The Quad Cab pick-up easily moved its 32 sq. ft. of frontal area, equivalent to an upright sheet of plywood, across the flats and obliterated the existing record of 158mph with an average speed of 203.87 mph on Sunday. On Tuesday, Dodge Ram put it’s 930hp to full use on the long track. Resetting their own record, Jimmy Barton drove the 5500lb Dodge Ram Ram  (...)
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Today the Dodge brand opened the 2006 Chicago Auto Show with a fanny-tastic sporting event with contestants competing in the Dodge Ram Ram Mega Musical Chairs challenge for a chance to win the grand prize, a new 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Ram 1500 SLT Mega Cab(TM) 4X4 with seating for six and the biggest cab on the market. Amber Neely from Chicago was named the Grand Prize Winner when she was the last person to snag the driver’s seat of the Dodge Ram Mega Mega Cab after more than two hours of playing the Dodge Ram Dodge Ram  (...)

There are no doubts, no second guesses and no recounts needed, the ultimate performance pickup is here; and it’s a Dodge. It ain’t bragging if you can do it. With a maximum speed of 150 mph and the biggest engine in a performance pickup, the Dodge Ram SRT-10 backs up its claim as the baddest truck on the block.

Building on its storied legacy of power and performance, Dodge is bringing the historic Daytona nameplate to the Dodge Ram Dodge Ram line of pickup trucks. The limited-edition 2005 Dodge Ram Daytona, with legendary HEMI power and bold Daytona-inspired styling, draws further attention to the Ram 1500’s leadership claim as the most powerful light-duty pickup truck on the market.

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The Dodge Ram Dodge Ram Mega Mega Cab was recognized today as the most accessory friendly truck at the 2005 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, capturing one of three SEMA Vehicle Design Awards to join a prestigious list of past winners. "The Dodge Ram Ram Mega Cab offers significant opportunities for aftermarket accessorization. The possibilities to enhance the cab of this Dodge are limited only by the imagination of the specific accessory manufacturer,” commented Larry Weiner, president of Performance West Group, (...)

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