Chances are if you are a truck lover, you don’t need a reason to buy a Ram 2500 for your next truck, but you may need to convince your other half or business partner. If that’s the case here are four solid reasons to tell them why a Ram 2500 is your top truck choice.
Power and Capability
There are three engine options for the Ram 2500 including a strong diesel engine. The engines include a standard 5.7-liter V8 engine, a 6.4-liter V8 engine and a 6.7-liter V6 Cummins diesel engine. Depending on the engine, the Ram 2500 can produce anywhere between 350 and 410 horsepower and 400 to 800 lb-ft of torque. Looking to tow? The Ram 2500 can tow up to 17,980 pounds.
Standard and Available Convenience Features
Style and power are important, but when it comes to pickup trucks, drivers want convenience features, too. The Ram 2500 has standard convenience features that include multiple storage bins, work-grade vinyl seats and under floor storage are the definition of convenience. Additionally, there are available upgrades buyers can select for extra convenience. Add ons include a cargo-view camera, LED bed lighting, factory installed fifth-wheel/gooseneck prap package, the RamBox cargo system, and wheel-to-wheel side steps.
Space is always important! The Ram 2500 is available with three different cab options and they include the regular cab, crew cab and mega cab. The crew cab and mega cab both have seating for 5-6 people. With 72.2 cubic feet of interior cargo space, the Ram 2500 mega cab is one of the biggest truck cabs in the game.
Not all, but many pickup drivers like old school features. The Ram 2500 includes the newest technology and materials while maintaining some of those classic truck features you know and love. For example, the Ram 2500 sticks with the tradition column-mounted shifter as opposed to a twist-dial or console shifter. Other classic features include vinyl interior, chrome accents, and the bench seat of course.
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