It’s a tale as old as time: man loves sweet new truck, man drives truck off a jump, relatively stock truck breaks on impact. Stock trucks really aren’t made to jump off dunes. Here’s another example of what happens when you try it anyway.
How do fistfuls of duck calls hold up to an 841-horsepower Corvette’s exhaust? What about the oversized pipes of a modified Ram 1500 truck, or a supercharger’s blow-off valve? Behold, all that is quack.
Citizens, be on high alert! We’ve just received word that certain brand-new Ram 1500 pickups that wear the Hemi badge might not actually have anything of the like under their hoods. A quick peek into the engine bay or a listen of the exhaust note should unmask these vile villains quickly.
One Canadian Chrysler dealer had dream: to cram a 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 into a Ram 1500 pickup truck. Yes, that’s 707 horsepower sent to a solid rear axle on something that isn’t a drag car. I have just one word for this dealer: hero.
The Ram is about more than just Guts and Glory, it’s actually a sophisticated truck. What do you need to know before you buy a Ram 1500? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Somebody slipped pictures of the 2015 Ram 1500 Laramie Limited out before the truck's slated debut; check out the refreshed truck from every angle right here! Spoiler alert: the improved aesthetics begin and end with a "RAM" badge the size of an ocean liner's registry tag.
The Ram 1500 EcoDiesel was already the most efficient half-ton pickup truck with a 28 MPG highway rating. For 2015, they've managed to squeeze out a best-in-class 29 MPG in the most hilarious way possible.
Bob Hegbloom, Director of Ram Truck Brand and Mike Cairns, Director of Ram Truck Engineering answered questions in an open Google+ Hangout on June 12, 2014. Here's the interview recording, and their most important answers.
This being my first season on the Jalopnik staff, I've had the unique power to finagle my way behind the tillers of a wider array of interesting cars than I ever thought possible.
Visually, the 2013 Ram 1500 has few visual changes from the outgoing model. Mechanically, however, they've finally brought Chrysler's big truck into the 21st century with a new ZF eight-speed transmission, adjustable air suspension, and a V6 that doesn't suck.
The success of the Ford Raptor's sent GM and Chrysler searching for a competitor based on their top-selling trucks. First out of the gate is the Ram Runner, shown on the show floor appropriately dirty.
We haven't had a chance in the saddle of the new 2009 Dodge Ram yet, but PickupTrucks.com guru Mike Levine had a chance to review and test drive pretty much every single version of the new hauler from the Ram-headed brand. Mike's put together a pretty exhaustive look at the whole lineup of all new Ram pickups, and…
Since those wily Mopar-lovin' bastards at Allpar and the never-lovin' Mopar aristocrats at the Times (who knew they were such trouble-makers!) have gone and dropped the cover on the new 2009 Dodge Ram 1500, we've decided to drop trou on our embargoed pictures of the new Ram-headed bull-dodging pickup truck. The…