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David Tracy David Tracy Dec 03, 2019 at 06:30. 11 comments

This Ram 3500 In A Whataburger Parking Lot Is The Most 'Texas' Truck I've Ever Seen

This Ram 3500 In A Whataburger Parking Lot Is The Most 'Texas' Truck I've Ever Seen

This past weekend, I drove from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Fayetteville, Arkansas, where I spotted the most “Texas” truck I’ve ever laid eyes upon. Sitting in the parking lot of the most Texas fast-food joint I know of, Whataburger, was a red Ram 3500 diesel armored with what I assume are standard automobile accessories sold at every AutoZone in The Lone Star State. Except this truck may have...

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Kristen Lee Kristen Lee Feb 20, 2019. 24 comments

The Cheapest 2019 Ram Heavy Duty Starts at $33,395 

The Cheapest 2019 Ram Heavy Duty Starts at $33,395 
Truck YeahThe trucks are good!  

The pricing books for the 2019 Ram HD have just opened and they are sight to behold. Between the 2500 and the 3500, there are about 60 trims to choose from. But the important bit is that the cheapest one starts at $33,395.

The 2019 Ram 2500 Tradesman regular cab 4x2 is the least expensive way to get in the HD game, while prices go all the way up to the Ram 3500...

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David Tracy David Tracy Feb 07, 2019. 20 comments

FCA Recalls Roughly 880,000 Trucks for Possible Steering Loss or Brake Pedals That Could 'Detach'

FCA Recalls Roughly 880,000 Trucks for Possible Steering Loss or Brake Pedals That Could 'Detach'

Fiat Chrysler is recalling approximately 573,876 Ram 2500 s and Ram 3500 s in the U.S. due to a “potential steering-linkage issue,” and 193,813 Ram 1500s are joining them so that FCA can “secure their brake pedals.” Here’s what’s going on.

Yesterday FCA put out two recall statements for Ram trucks, and they both sound a bit dicey. The first one, titled “adjustable pedals,” potentially involves...

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Alanis King Alanis King Jan 30, 2019. 14 comments

The 2019 Ram Heavy Duty Won’t Be Delayed After All Now That the Gov't Is Back Open

The 2019 Ram Heavy Duty Won’t Be Delayed After All Now That the Gov't Is Back Open

The 2019 Ram Heavy Duty might be able to tow 35,000 pounds just fine, but it didn’t take long to figure out what the truck couldn’t handle: The longest government shutdown in U.S. history, which Fiat Chrysler had said could delay its launch. The government is back open for now, though, and the Ram HD is back on schedule.

FCA announced Tuesday that the Ram Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 launch is...

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Alanis King Alanis King Jan 14, 2019. 23 comments

Ram Claims the 2019 Heavy Duty’s Auto Braking Will Work While Towing 35,000 Pounds

Ram Claims the 2019 Heavy Duty’s Auto Braking Will Work While Towing 35,000 Pounds
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The 2019 Ram Heavy Duty’s banner feature, at least in terms of the torque wars between American truck brands, is its 1,000 lb-ft of torque and 35,100-pound towing capacity. But in addition to those numbers, Ram also claims features like adaptive cruise control and auto braking will work with 35,000 pounds in tow.

Ram’s Heavy Duty brand includes trucks like the...

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