The 2011 Ram 1500 Sport R/T is offered only as regular cab with the 6’4” bed and rear wheel drive.
The new Ram Cargo Van (C/V) is designed to be an all out work vehicle, with a variety of features exclusive to this new Ram minivan aimed at today’s small business.
Dodge, Ram and Jeep all showed growth in February 2011, even though the Dodge Charger – one of the brands top sellers over the past few years – saw slow growth while prospective consumers wait for
The most important feature of the Autorama is indeed the Ridler Award, named in honor of Don Ridler - early promoter of the Autorama.
This new Ram 1500 appears to almost be a stripper model because it is aimed at first-time buyers and "owners who are looking for a vehicle with performance and style that they can customize and mak
Chrysler was the first major automaker to offer a reimbursement program for expenses relating to adaptive equipment for drivers and/or passengers with special needs, named the Automobility program.
During the entire month, anyone who buys a 2011 Ram pickup can select the 5.7L Hemi for no additional cost.
The 2011 Ram 1500 Tradesman begins with all of the features of the entry-level Ram 1500 ST but unlike the ST, the Tradesman packs the 390hp, 407lb-ft of torque Hemi and the 5-speed automatic transm
The Cummins-powered Ram trucks have remained competitive with the Ford Powerstroke even though the current non high output Cummins offers just 650lb-ft of torque to Ford’s 800.
The Chrysler Group sold just 70,118 vehicles in January 2011, a healthy increase of 23% over the first month of 2010 but 70,000 units a month will not get them anywhere near 1.5 million.
Like all of the Hurst vehicles in the company’s history, the exterior of this customized 2011 Ram 1500 Sport R/T offers simple yet distinct Hurst styling.
“Who knows? In the next two or three years, we could be looking at one entity. It could be based here,” said Marchionne while discussing the future of the cooperation between the two groups.
Chrysler has not offered any indication as to what we might see from Dodge and Ram but over the past few months (and major auto shows), the Ram brand has been left out of the new model parade.
Starting at the 2010 LA Auto Show last November, the brands of Chrysler Group have been rolling out new or vastly revised models with the exception of the Ram brand.
Chrysler announced earlier today that they lost around $652 million in 2010 but the automaker saw an operating profit of $763 million throughout the year.