What We Know About the Upcoming Ram Rebel TRX

We’ve known for a while that the 2021 Ram Rebel TRX is well on its way to production. Since the concept debuted at the 2016 State Fair of Texas, enthusiasts have been counting down the days until the powerful off-road pickup is available for sale. According to MotorTrend, the upcoming Rebel TRX model will be powered by the same 707-horsepower engine that’s currently powering the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Here’s what else we know about the upcoming 2021 Ram Rebel TRX off-roader: Read the rest of this entry >>

It’s Official, the Ram 1500 is the 2020 Luxury Car of the Year

Cars.com rattled the automotive world recently when it named the Ram 1500 model its prestigious recipient of its 2020 Luxury Car of the Year award. The editors over at Cars.com are responsible for choosing a vehicle that embodies absolute luxury in its segment — a vehicle that’s not only incredibly well-rounded, but that also features exceptional usability and drivability. 2020 marks the first time that a pickup truck wins the Luxury Car of the Year distinction from Cars.com.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Why the Ram 1500 Could Become the 2020 Luxury Car of the Year

Every year, Cars.com nominates numerous vehicles for a series of awards, including a Pickup Truck of the Year and Luxury Car of the Year award. Although the Ram 1500 is a given nominee for the Pickup Truck of the Year award, it also managed to earn a nomination in the Luxury Car of the Year segment. Additionally, even though Ford kept its title by having the best-selling pickup truck of 2019, the real race was between Chevy and Ram for second place. Ram turned out to be the overwhelming victor in that case, surpassing Chevy’s sales for the first time in its history.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Ram Reports Record Sales For 2019

A decade ago, as the U.S. automotive industry was in mid-collapse, a new leadership team embarked on an unthinkable mission — the launch of a new brand. That’s how Ram was born, as the Dodge brand announced in October of 2009 that it would be unbundled from its truck division. Now, ten years later, the Ram brand reported record sales of 703,023  vehicles in total for 2019. An 18 percent increase when compared to 2018 figures, these latest numbers mark the highest level of full-year sales achieved in Ram’s history.  Read the rest of this entry >>