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If you’re on the hunt for a heavy-duty work truck, it makes since to start at the front of the pack. The RAM 2500 leads the way with unparalleled towing ability, rugged durability, and astounding horsepower. No matter what waits for you at the job site, on the ranch, or often beaten path, this reliable workhorse is ready for the job. It also sports one of the most comfortable, handsome cabins in its class, with plenty of soft seating, passenger space, and entertainment options to help you unwind after the day’s work is done.
When you’re getting ready to work, you need to know that your pickup can handle whatever comes your way. With the RAM 2500, there’s no doubt that your truck is up for the challenge. If you’d like to take a closer look at this hearty heavy-duty beast, come see it for yourself here at Walt Massey Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM. We’ll explain all that this truck can do, and we’ll even hand you the keys to take it for a test drive.
For the 2020 model year, a trailer tire pressure monitoring system comes standard, while blind spot monitoring and active lane control can be equipped in any trim level. The RAM 2500 is now available in an imposing new Night Edition, which swaps out the truck’s chrome features for sinister blacked-out accents. Crew Cab models with the eight-foot truck bed now come with a 50-gallon fuel tank. Several fresh paint colors are also available.
The RAM 2500 is infinitely customizable inside and out, from its array of premium amenities to varying work attributes. It comes in six unique trims and can be configured with three cab styles and two bed lengths. Whether you’re interested in a dedicated work truck or an all-purpose vehicle with a luxe-level interior, there’s bound to be a model that meets your needs.
The base model runs on a 410-horsepower 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine that delivers 429 pound-feet of torque. It comes mated to a steady eight-speed automatic transmission. You can also opt for a diesel engine that puts out 370 horsepower and 850 pound-feet of torque. If you’re looking for even more muscle, an enhanced diesel engine option provides 400 horsepower and an incredible 1,000 pound-feet of torque. The diesel options pair with a six-speed automatic.
When optimized for the job, the pickup can tow up to 19,780 pounds, an impressive figure even for the heavy-duty segment. It can also haul a 4,050-pound payload. Rear-wheel drive comes standard, while four-wheel drive is also available. The RAM 2500 promises a refreshingly smooth ride among its rivals, and off-road enthusiasts can consider the Power Wagon build with its raised suspension, 33-inch tires, and other performance features.
Passenger space varies by cab style, with seating for up to five in the roomy Mega Cab. The Ram 2500’s interior is one of the most refined and comfortable available in a heavy-duty vehicle, with available amenities like reclining rear seats and premium materials. Your passengers may be surprised by how quiet the ride is, thanks to the RAM 2500’s noise-cancelling technology. As you climb the trim range, you can customize your cabin with amenities like genuine wood, real metal, rich leather, and more.
Available tech features include remote keyless entry, wireless device charging, Harman Kardon premium sound, LED ambient lighting, a large Uconnect touchscreen, a power driver’s seat, and more. Available safety systems include parking sensors, active lane control, forward collision warning, and blind spot monitors.
The original RAM pickups first arrived on American roadways in 1981, and they soon became the preferred trucks of farmers, contractors, and other work-focused drivers. These initial RAMs were available in 150, 250, and 350 models, and the 250 variation would eventually become the modern-day RAM 2500.
The RAM 2500 debuted in 1994, an instant hit on both roads and worksites. It delivered unequaled performance and strength, and it was the first work truck of its kind to come with a four-door cab. It received a muscular Cummins engine under the hood in 2001, further solidifying its position at the head of the heavy-duty class. RAM left Dodge in 2010 to become their own brand, and the RAM 2500 has seen numerous updates to its technology and engineering since then. It remains one of the industry’s most in-demand trucks, and has earned its reputation for complementing its sheer power with a surprisingly sophisticated interior.
We have your next truck waiting for you here at our Andalusia dealership, so come by whenever you’re ready to get to work. While you’re here, you’re welcome to explore our inventory at your own pace, and our team members will be standing by to speak with you about anything that gets your attention.