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Three Unique Ram 2500 Trims

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018
Miami Lakes Automall 2018 Ram Tungsten 2500 and 3500

Miami Lakes Automall 2018 Ram Tungsten 2500 and 3500

Now that the 2019 Ram 1500 has debuted, other Ram truck models will start to debut as well. Most likely, the Ram 2500 and 3500 will get updates soon enough. Although there hasn’t been a whole lot of news surrounding 2018 Ram 2500 or the Ram 3500, both trucks shine on their own. So much so, that Ram incorporated the heavy duty trucks into several limited edition packages over the course of 2017 for the 2018 model year.

Ram 2500 and 3500

Able to powered by one of three engines for the 2018 Ram 2500 and two engines for the 2018 Ram 3500, both heavy duty pickup trucks have the powerful and legendary 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo Diesel Inline-six cylinder engine in their arsenal. Able to generate up to 370 horsepower and 800 lb-ft of torque on the 2018 Ram 2500, 385 horsepower and 930 lb-ft of torque on the 2018 Ram 3500, this engine provides some incredible towing power. Properly equipped, the 2018 Ram 2500 can tow up to 17,980 pounds and carry a payload of 3160 pounds. The 2018 Ram 3500 heavy duty pickup truck recently recorded a best-in-class fifth-wheel towing capacity of 30,000 pounds!


Clash of the Titans: 2017 Ram 3500 v. 2017 Ford F-350

Thursday, January 26th, 2017
Ford F-350 and Ram 3500, which is better?

Ford F-350 and Ram 3500, which is better?

When the 2017 Ram 3500 and 2017 Ford F-350 go head-to-head its a true clash of the titans. Both brands have a legacy of producing trucks that are built for work and that can perform heavy-duty jobs. In the cut-throat truck market, the difference of 10 horsepower, $10 or 10 pounds in towing capacity is a big deal. So, which is the bigger titan?

Durability + Design

Design is one of the most important aspects of a truck and it can’t be shrugged off as simply aesthetic. Without a good and durable design, towing capacities and longevity will suffer, especially when it comes to heavy-duty trucks like the Ram 3500 and F-350.


The Ram 3500 Could Actually Tow A Small House

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016
2016 Ram 3500

2016 Ram 3500

In the world of trucks, there are two kinds of players: trucks built for comfort, and trucks built for power. In the former, drivers can expect to find a plethora of amenities meant to elevate the truck to a relative degree of luxury, hearkening to the creature comforts one might look for in a sedan or SUV. In performance-centric trucks, one might forego these premium features in favor of raw power – especially those who use and rely on their trucks for work or other high-intensity activities. And, for those looking for both, there’s the 2016 RAM 3500.

Boasting some of the most impressive performance figures and some respectable premium amenities, the RAM 3500 is the ultimate edition of a strong line of RAM trucks for the new year. Far outstripping many of its competitors in terms of pure power and matching many of today’s premium sedans in interior comfort, the RAM 3500 in Miami offers superior truck capabilities for drivers who simply won’t settle for anything less than the best.

For Incredible Power See The 31,210 Lb Max Towing Capacity

That’s right, you didn’t misread that – the Ram 3500, when outfitted with its monstrously impressive 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel I6 engine, can tow up to 31,210 lbs – over four times more than the weight of the 3500 itself, and enough to certainly pull a small house or large shed of some kind. With this kind of towing power, it’s hard for us to even imagine what you wouldn’t be able to tow – and whatever that may be, there certainly isn’t going to be a truck that’s any more capable than the 3500.

Boasting a best-in-class 900 lb-ft of torque and 385 horsepower, this powerful six-cylinder has enough power to handle a max payload of 6,720 lbs, all while burning clean diesel fuel instead of gasoline. This drivetrain is one of the more impressive ones on the market, and its pure towing power speaks for its dominant place among Ram 3500 sales.

The 3500 is not just a workhorse, however, as it is built to handle your toughest tow jobs from every angle. With its standard 18,000-lb class V trailer tow hitch and standard six-speed transmission, you can be sure your 3500 is strong on every part of your toughest jobs – and maintain plenty of control over the whole process throughout. And since RAM ensures all of its diesel trucks with a 5-Year/100,000-Mile Diesel Powertrain Limited Warranty, you can drive knowing that your RAM will be in good hands no matter what you throw at it.

Drivers worried about their trailers can rest easy with the 3500, as an available factory-installed rear axle structural cross member can be outfitted with a third wheel or gooseneck trailer hitch for the ultimate in secure hitching. Plus, with a seven-pin connector inside the truck bed for wiring hookups, you can make sure the lights and electrical system on your trailer are working just as it should with little to no hassle.

For all of these reasons and plenty more, the RAM 3500 is the ultimate truck for those looking to move large loads with class and safety. If you’re a rugged worker looking for a quality truck that can keep up with your business, check out the Ram 3500 today – and you may just find you can’t resist its pull.