Here's How The 2019 Ram eTorque's MPG Compares to Its Non-Hybrid Predecessor

The question Ram and its customers have likely been asking since the mild-hybrid 2019 Ram 1500 debuted at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show is “Is the hybrid system worth the cost, weight, and complexity?” Now, with official EPA numbers in, part of that answer is here, because the electrified truck scores 3 mpg better than…

How The 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman Becomes A $45,000 Work Truck And What It's Like To Drive

The 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman is supposed to be “the cheap one,” but once you start spec’ing items like the big engine and towing packages that unlock the truck’s maximum capability, the price creeps up quickly. Meanwhile, the interior’s still pretty spartan. Here’s what that all-business configuration is like to drive.

Not Even Rust Can Stop You When You Drive A Dodge Ram Van In Detroit

I’ve lamented many times the horrible road salt in Michigan, which is why I have decided to start a series called “True Survivors of Detroit” in which we applaud Motor City-area cars that—despite heavy corrosion and questionable structural rigidity—continue trudging on like champions. This week’s survivor: a…

Here's Where That Ram Ad Really Got Martin Luther King Jr. Wrong

Ram debuted an ad at the Super Bowl last night featuring the appropriated words of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. If you haven’t seen it, it was bad and dumb, and has been derided pretty much across the board. But it’s not just the use of King’s words to sell trucks that got it wrong—it’s what the rest of…

The Ram Super Bowl Ad With The Martin Luther King Jr. Speech Didn't Go Over So Great

The Super Bowl! It’s the big football game when all the brands try and make you feel deep feelings in hopes you’ll buy their dumb shit. I don’t want to speak for the man, but I’m guessing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. wouldn’t have been a great fan, seeing as how he once said “the evils of capitalism are as real as…