Consumer Reports: Ram 1500 EcoDiesel is the Top Truck
Even regular buyers have responded favorably to the 1500 EcoDiesel. They’ve only let it sit on dealer lots for an average of 13 days before buying it. The gas version is there for an average of about 78 before being driven to a customer’s home.
Click the play button after the jump, and try to remember what flies out of your mouth after you finish watching the following clip.
It looks as if Ford and General Motors will have more aluminum to themselves over the next several years. Ram won’t be picking up any of it with its horns for quite a while.
This week’s Muddy Monday video features a 2011 Ram 1500 trying out a new set of Bilstein shocks in a very muddy playground. While the details mention the new shocks, this 4g Ram appears to be riding on stock rims and tires – making the ease with which this half ton Dodge slips through the […] More »
This week’s Black Friday video features a later 3rd gen Dodge Ram 3500 dually with the Cummins Turbo Diesel engine rolling some coal while pulling a stump out of the ground. Most of our Black Friday segments don’t include much function or purpose other than creating black smoke. Sure, we occasionally see a truck racing, […] More »