No less than 10 brand-new Dodge Rams rolled off the assembly line and on to burst through the factory gate at the Fiat Chrysler Warren Truck Assembly Plant early yesterday morning, a “cluster theft” of surprising size and audacity.
The second-generation Dodge Ram established the big, macho and iconic look that continues to define truck design today, and it pushed the truck segment beyond the boring and square sedan-inspired aesthetic for good. But it almost didn’t happen.
My Dodge Ram 2500 drove quietly and comfortably on my recent excursion out to the Radwood 2 car show in Anaheim, California. The same couldn’t be said for the return venture back to Kansas. Somewhere near Flagstaff, Arizona, a low -pitched growling began emanating from within the steel beast - the 3,400 mile trip had…
Combining the versatile body of a Jeep Wrangler with the beefy, Cummins-powered chassis of a Ram 2500 sounds like a brilliant idea. Maybe. But someone in New Jersey did just that, and the result is one of the strangest looking Jeeps I’ve ever seen.
I’m sure we’re all familiar with the saying that “you’re only as strong as your weakest link.” It’s a cliché that can be applied to nearly anything: Sports teams, office environments, school group projects, and, you guessed it, vehicles.
If ball joints are allowed to degrade to the point of failure, it can lead to a wheel separating from the vehicle while driving. That is... not good. The Dodge Ram that I bought a few months back ended up having some loose joints up front, and I certainly didn’t want a nightmarish scenario like that to unfold. Here’s…
Have you ever been joking around about something, and somehow, though you didn’t intend it at all, the joke you made turned out to be a better idea than whatever the hell you were trying to make fun of? I think that’s sort of what’s happening here in this late ‘80s Dodge Ram 50 commercial.
This week’s church van is a third generation Dodge Ram Van “EXTREME” edition. This isn’t a church van exactly, but it definitely performs church van-like activities.
Call it a guilty pleasure if you must, but there is just something about the second-generation Dodge Ram that won’t let my subconscious rest.
In case you ever doubted the greatness of these United States of America, all you need to do is look at one of America’s rowdiest creations holding its own on an autocross course. I’m talking, of course, about the noble Dodge Ram dually pickup truck.
If you’re not familiar with the Nürburgring, it often doesn’t resemble rush-hour traffic in Texas. That made the sight of a bunch of Ram trucks understandably strange, but apparently these folks attempted a world record for “largest parade of pickup trucks.” Huh. What a way to spend a Saturday.
Most people go to the Nürburgring 24 to see race cars. Some people go there driving trucks. And the Ram really seems to be the F-150 of Europe.
Let’s say you’ve finally built up your lifted Dodge 1500 and you’ve made it out to Pismo Beach. Jump it, bro! What could go wrong?
"If You Can't Dodge It, Ram It!" is no longer just windshield-banner rhetoric. Someone in an older Dodge Ram just blasted their way through a pretty robust looking blockade set up as part of the ongoing protests in Venezuela.
Big pickup trucks used to be plain, unrefined, tools for work and nothing more. They were like shovels, on wheels. Now new trucks are bulgy, muscular, testosterone-mobiles. When did everything change? Take a look at this 1997 Dodge Ram and you'll see.
This morning, Chrysler announced that their new Ram 3500 Heavy Duty is so good at towing, it makes all other trucks look like weak little girlie trucks suitable only for feeble people who live in nursing homes. Why? Because it can tow 30,000 goddamn pounds, that's why.
Plenty of websites can get you clear statistics on the size of a Dodge Ram, but the vastness of America skews our perspective. To find out how big a full-size pickup is, you have to go to Europe.
We have no idea why this guy would jump his Dodge pickup into the middle of a pond without any hope of driving out. From the look on his face, he has no idea why he did it either.
If you want it, Kenny Powers' custom 2005 Dodge Ram from the third season of Eastbound and Down is up for grabs for the low, low price of $15,000. Strangely, it didn't sell on eBay last week, so it could still be yours.
Conventional wisdom says you're supposed to use trucks for things like towing livestock, or taking your boat out for the weekend. You're definitely not supposed to take your 4X4 Dodge onto a frozen lake to go drifting.