It’s a good thing Ram received more than 8,000 orders in four days back in February for its 1500 model with the new EcoDiesel V6. That means the bet it took on an oil-burning, light-duty truck – one on which competitors such as Ford, General Motors and Toyota declined to wager – paid off.
Ram has just formally revealed their 2014 truck lineup. The biggest news is the addition of the EcoDiesel V6 as a $2,850 option on 1500 models. The EcoDiesel, already popular in Jeep Grand Cherokees, puts out 240 hp and 420 pound-feet of torque. The Pentastar V6 is still the standard motor. Pricing for the 2014 …
by Patrick Rall
While last week’s Muddy Mondays feature showed a 2nd gen Dodge Dakota stuck in a muddy field, today’s feature video shows that a properly driven Dakota has no problem navigating a serious amount of mud. This new video, which is almost nine years old according to the date stamp on the video, shows a near …