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2 Ram Truck Concepts Named Best Rock Crawling Trucks in 2016


To recap the year, New Atlas published a review of the year’s best off-roading trucks titled, “Rock crawlers: the best trucks of 2016.”  To no surprise, two Ram trucks that made the cut — the Ram Macho Power Wagon and Ram Rebel TRX concept.

Both of these trucks were built on the current Ram platforms including the Rebel and Power Wagon. They take both of these already great looking and powerful Ram trucks and transform them into unbeatable off-road machines. Check ‘em out.

Ram Rebel TRX Concept

If you like Ram trucks, chances are you’ve heard of the Ram Rebel TRX concept. Basically, it is a more intense version of the Rebel (which is already pretty B.A. if we don’t say so ourselves). This truck could not only compete with the Ford Raptor, but probably beat it. Just like the Raptor, the Rebel TRX concept is powerful, capable, and ready to go anywhere. Read the rest of this entry >>


Ram Commercial: Ram ProMaster, ProMaster City + BusinessLink


If you are looking for a new vehicle for your business, Ram has you covered. Not only does Ram have an established branch of commercial vehicles known as Ram Commercial, but Ram also has BusinessLink, a program that connects businesses to dealers and also includes allowances that offset the cost of upfit or graphics customizations, maintenance or Bosch power tools.  

While many people are familiar with Ram trucks and their towing capacities and qualities, not quite as many people know about Ram’s commercial vans, the Ram ProMaster and the Ram ProMaster City. So here’s a closer look at those two vans and the BusinessLink program.

Ram ProMaster

The Ram ProMaster is available in four different trims: cargo van, Chassis cab, cutaway, and window van. Each trim plays to different business and commercial needs. Some key features of every trim to mention include the van’s best-in-class 36-feet turning diameter, a standard best-in-class V6 engine, over 460-cubic feet of cargo volume and 16-inch Brembo brakes. Read the rest of this entry >>