The Ram 1500 pickup iwas the third best-selling vehicle in the country during the 2018 selling season. And today, the Ram 1500 truck line has been even further improved with the release of the fifth-generation. In this article, we will look at some of the reasons why you should consider one of the 5th generation Ram 1500 trucks.
When it comes to its towing ability, the 2020 Ram 1500 his a powerhouse. In fact, when equipped with the 5.7-liter Hemi eTorque V8 engine, Napleton Clermont Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram says the Ram Big Horn Quad Cab 1500 can pull up to 12,750 pounds.
Ram has given the 1500 pickup with an enormous 12” touchscreen. For those who like the idea of having a vehicle with an interface that is easy to see and big, this truck is worth a look.
The 1500 truck’s top trims turn the luxury up to high, adding amenities such as chrome exterior accents, power-retractable side steps, and premium leather upholstery.
The average American spends roughly 200 hours per year driving to work. One thing that can make a long commute easier is a smooth ride, and this is something that the 1500 pickup certainly provides.
For those that need to carry more than two passengers, our local dealer reminds us that Ram has it covered with the 1500 Big Horn Quad Cab and Crew Cab models!
Impressive base engine
Not all truck buyers can afford a model lines more powerful engines. Many choose to stick with the base engine, and the Ram 1500s standard 3.6-liter V6 doesn’t disappoint with 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft. of torque. According to the EPA, the rated mileage with the base V6 is 20/25 mpg city/highway.
People usually associate comfortable seats with luxury vehicles. Fortunately, plush seats are part of the package with the 2019 Ram 1500. In the Ram 1500 Quad Cab and Crew Cab models, the rear seats are complemented by generous amounts of legroom.
Ram has equipped the 1500 with driver-assist features designed to help out on the road. The lineup includes features like a lane-departure warning system, adaptive cruise control and a forward-collision warning system. Last but not least is Rams exclusive self-parking technology that automatically guides the truck into and out of tight spaces.