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Five Parts and Accessories From Mopar That Take the 2021 Ram 1500 to New Heights

One of the biggest perks of getting behind the wheel of a new vehicle is the ability to make it one’s own. Plenty of truck buyers love to accessorize their rides once they take the vehicle home, and owners of the latest Ram 1500 are no different. The best accessories and parts for Ram pickups come from Mopar, the brand’s official parts, service and customer care division. With hundreds of parts and accessories, it’s easy to get overwhelmed while sifting through the Mopar catalog. However, new wheels and tires, along with lift kits and light bars, tend to be some of the most common upgrades. Here are five parts and accessories from Mopar that take the 2021 Ram 1500 to new heights.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Four Things to Love About the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX

There’s no road — paved or not — that the Ram 1500 TRX can’t conquer with its over-the-top supercharged engine, more than 700 horsepower, and a wading depth of 32 inches. Perhaps the fact that the Ram 1500 TRX is pumping out 650 lb-ft of torque has something to do with the fact that it’s such an off-road beast, or maybe it’s the fact that it only needs 4.5 seconds to go from 0 -60 mph — regardless, few vehicles on the current market come close to these performance numbers. Here are four things we love about the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX.  Read the rest of this entry >>

The Fourth Installment of the Ram Trucks “Built to Serve Edition” Pickups is Now Available

Ram Trucks has dedicated its 2020 model year to various special edition trims, but none are as powerful and as sentimental as the “Built to Serve Edition” pickups that honor the different branches of the armed forces. This marks the fourth time this year that Ram rolls out one of its “Built to Serve” designs, this time inspired by a maritime land force-inspired theme. Tank and Flame Red are the exterior shades chosen and can be complemented with Medium Greystone accent stitching. The fourth installment of the “Built to Serve Edition” Ram pickups open now in December (2020) and is slated for production in early 2021 at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Is the All-new Ram 700 the Predecessor of the Rumored Ram Dakota?

The rumor mill has been hard at work for months about Ram Trucks entering the midsize pickup segment, with the intensity rising as other competitors rush to flood that segment. The truck maker acknowledged long ago that the lack of a midsize pickup was a problem in its portfolio. Out of an abundance of caution, Ram Trucks waited for the right moment to strike and not steal some of the Jeep Gladiator’s thunder. Read the rest of this entry >>

Introducing the 2021 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition

Ram announced an addition to its 2021 lineup with the commemorative 2021 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition. The Longhorn trim has long been referred to in the industry as the height of southwestern pickup luxury. By joining the lineup, the 2021 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition raises the bar for what it means to be an upscale pickup truck.  Read the rest of this entry >>

The Latest Ram Trucks “Built to Serve Edition” Pickup Was Unveiled

Ram Trucks is back with its “Built to Serve Edition” pickups, with the third installment honoring the Air Force slate to enter production In October (2020) at the brand’s Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Michigan. This latest launch signifies the continuation of the truck maker’s dedication to celebrating America’s armed forces with five land, sea and air-based themed variants of the brand’s popular Ram 1500 pickup lineup. Inspired by the Air Force, this third iteration of “Built to Serve Edition” trucks feature an aeronautical-inspired theme with Billet Silver and Anvil exterior color options, along with a black interior and black upholstery with Light Diesel Gray accent stitching.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Ram Introduces “Built to Serve” Editions

Ram celebrated the Veteran’s Day holiday with the introduction of its “Built to Serve” series of trucks that honor the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. Ram decided to honor each branch with two specially selected paint colors, designed to match the spirit of each branch and its respective mission. “Ram wants to honor those who are serving or have served the United States with distinction,” said Reid Bigland, Head of Ram Brand. 
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Four Things to Love About the 2020 Ram 1500 Rebel

Pickup trucks have taken over for the Detroit Three in terms of sales. FCA is currently making big strides in sales after dethroning longtime second-place rival Chevrolet, but what exactly is fueling these sales? Well, the product lineup couldn’t possibly be better. The variety of trims available, coupled with its affordability and forward-thinking design make the Ram 1500 one of the best-selling vehicles across the board. To draw in even more customers, Ram is making a few changes to the 2020 Ram 1500 Rebel.  Read the rest of this entry >>

Get Familiar With a Little Bit of Ram History

Before Ram Trucks decided to split from Dodge in 2009 to become its own brand, Dodge was the main pickup manufacturer for what came to be known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. In fact, Dodge has been making trucks since 1917, meaning the brand that became Ram has been part of farms, ranches, oil fields, prairies and families has been part of the American landscape for over 100 years. Here are some fun facts about the brand and how it arrived as the pickup truck powerhouse it is today. Read the rest of this entry >>