Feature/benefit desires that Ram Truck owners demand and expect in comparison to Chevrolet or Ford are rarely ignored by the Ram Brand Masters at FCA, and the new HD Level of trucks being introduced are no exception. Described as “the most powerful, most capable pickup in the segment,” the Heavy Duty lineup from FCA does NOT disappoint despite the superlatives. And with 400 horsepower from the Cummins 6.7-litre diesel, towing capacity of 35,000 pounds along with a payload capacity of 7,680 pounds… it is easy to see why! Read more about this exciting introduction of Ram Trucks below.
Ram out-powers, out-tows and out-hauls every other pickup available – 1,000 lb.-ft. of torque milestone achieved by Ram and Cummins with all-new 6.7-liter Cummins High Output Turbo Diesel The highest capability numbers for diesel- and gas-powered pickups – 35,100-lbs. towing and 7,680-lb.
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Last year, Ram made a splash at the Detroit Auto Show with the introduction of the new 1500 pickup truck. This year, the truck brand wants to go bigger — literally — by launching the 2019 Ram Heavy Duty.
Check out this 2019 Ram HD 3500 dually prototype that Mo E. recently spied on a public highway. This one still has the camouflage, but the new LED tail-lights are clearly visible. Seeing this dually truck brings up a question – will Ram HD go for the top towing ratings in the segment and beat Ford’s current 35,000 lbs maximum gooseneck trailer specification?
How far do manufacturers go to test their next generation trucks? Hunter sends us this image of a 2019 Ram HD crew cab long bed prototype driving around Fairbanks, Alaska. Here is another new 2019 Ram HD prototype truck (perhaps a new luxurious Limited trim) caught testing in Michigan.
RAM Trucks has stolen the limelight with its 1500 pickup truck in the eyes of many auto industry watchers. Now it wants to spread a bit of that magic out to larger work pickups. Fiat Chrysler released an updated lineup of heavy-duty pickups at the Detroit auto show on Monday.